This section of the American Water Works Association has nearly 7,000 members.
National Construction Warranty Corporation says options could reduce the cost of restoring homes affected by corrosive drywall by 50 to 70 percent.
The teams tackled wastewater plant expansion challenges and green infrastructure design in the Water Environment Federation's annual contest.
In the latest settlement, the city will expand its system to reduce discharges of untreated combined sewage from about 35 per year to four or less.
NIOSH releases its evaluation of potential exposures and health effects of those involved in the Deepwater Horizon response activities.
Project involves Bucyrus and other U.S. vendors that will sell and export mining and associated equipment to Sasan Powe and the promise to build a new renewable energy facility.
E3 projects are under way in Alabama, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Texas, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
Canadian study validates the condition called electrosensitivity.
The device uses a sensitive carbon dioxide-sensing mechanism that can locate the signature of a single bed bug behind a wall or in a concealed space, according to Stern Environmental Group.
Formaldehyde is a known eye, nose, and throat irritant, and in 1991, EPA classified formaldehyde as a probable human carcinogen. Formaldehyde-based resins are sometimes used as adhesives in composite wood products.
With a genesis in recycling, it’s no surprise that Cascades Tissue Group is doing all it can to minimize its impact on the environment and perhaps help others in the process.
- By Aaron Berstler
- Oct 19, 2010
Alion will conduct research on human pollutant exposures while Tetra Tech will support the federal agency's landfill methane outreach program.
The effort is expected to create a LEED-style program for water conservation.
The Delaware Superfund site was being cleaned up by Metachem, which declared bankruptcy in 2002, and now EPA is leading the remediation effort.
Proposal packages must be received by 4 p.m. EDT on Oct. 29.
Stanford University's Yi Cui and colleagues have developed an energy-saving filter system that destroys E. coli.
The power cooperative tested a system on its Beulah, N.D., plant and decided to install more GE membrane bags to help reduce emissions from coal fuel.