EPA OKs a plan that includes removing ash from Swan Pond Embayment, building a protective perimeter dike, and covering it.
Pyrolysis converts the solid, non-biodegradable plastic into a gas, which is then burned with oxidants to generate heat and steam.
Clean Vessel Act grants help marinas manage wastes and protect recreational waterways.
Extracts of cigarette butts in water protected steel that is widely used in the oil industry from rusting, even under harsh conditions.
Microbiologist Walter Mulbry's scrubber raceways collected 60 to 90 percent of the nitrogen and 70 to 100 percent of phosphorus from manure effluents.
The American Council of Engineering Companies presents the Grand Conceptor Award to HDR for waste-to-energy project.
Annual Waste Expo provides venue for the latest technologies and applications
The National Solid Wastes Management Association's local chapter commented that reducing the rate cap will not have the desired effect.
One would treat it as non-hazardous, the other as a "special waste" -- a definition selected to encourage continued reuse.
The Department of Justice said the charges include environmental crimes, obstruction, false statements, and conspiracy related to pollution control records.
Disposing of outdated IT not only helps mitigate environmental risks but also delivers energy cost and productivity benefits.
- By Steve Suesens
- May 03, 2010
Phase 1 of process includes the removal of several facilities, lagoon areas, and contaminated soils.
Over nearly four years, the U.S. Army Chemical Materials Agency destroyed 1,200 munitions, the largest inventory to date.
Khabarovsk, Russia looked to sister-city, Portland, Ore., for better waste collection and disposal methods and plans to incorporate pre-load compactors into its waste transfer system.
Throwing sharps containers, red bags, and spill cleanup materials into the trash sends up a red flag to commercial or municipal trash collectors because they are not allowed to take this waste.
- By Burton J. Kunik
- Apr 13, 2010
The Arizona State Prison in Pima County installed a system that uses compressed air to break down fats, oils, and grease in a sewage lift station.
Honeywell International Inc. also will pay for all of the United States’ response costs relating to the tar plant area, including oversight costs.
The Department of Transportation's Maritime Administration will clean the hulls and remove flaking paint on 20 of the ships to be recycled before September, 2012.