Wetlands are complex reactors that facilitate numerous chemical and biological reactions, and these reactions can be exploited to remove pollutants. Today, engineers are able to design wetland systems that can clean up landfill leachate onsite.
- By Mark O. Liner, P.E.
- Jun 26, 2008
The constant quest for faster, more efficient electronics has created an international waste disposal nightmare because electronic components frequently contain lead, mercury, cadmium, and other toxic materials. The need for responsible electronics stewardship is urgent.
- By Kami Lowery, Sean Story, John Jagelski
- Jun 13, 2008
This article originally appeared in the 09/01/2005 issue of Environmental Protection.