Developed by EPA and DOE scientists, the free software enhances detection of hazardous contaminants in drinking water systems.
In the first enforcement case concluded against the mining and mineral processing industry, EPA is requiring the company to implement comprehensive waste containment and spill prevention measures, reconfigure scrubbers and construct a treatment system for hazardous wastes generated in fertilizer operations.
Survey correlates with findings of the American Society of Civil Engineers' "Report Card for America."
Terrabon's AdVe technology will increase water supply at the Santa Isabel Water Treatment Plant.
The company is working with Focus Wildlife, the Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to minimize the impact on birds and wildlife in the area. A bird and wildlife rehabilitation center is now operational.
Wastewater treatment expert Samuel Jeyanayagam joins the company while the firm picks up a water and wastewater services contract with Huron East in Ontario.
House AQUA bill would fund drinking water SRF, grants, and endocrine disruptor screening program but also requires local communities to procure their infrastructure needs from U.S. –based equipment companies.
Operations Manager Dave Yungermann won the random drawing for employee contributors and will make a field visit to Bolivia to see the organization at work.
The method is a low-cost environmentally friendly treatment option to remove various pollutants, according to the Water Research Foundation.
The project will bring Carrizo Aquifer Supply to San Antonio, enough water for 40,000 households per year.
CH2M Hill provides design consulting for pilot-scale testing and research facility at the hub of the Centre.
The new facility, to be operational before the end of 2013, will add about 30 million imperial gallons per day of water production capacity.
Taking a few minutes out from the 2010 American Water Works Association Annual Conference and Exhibition, Tom Dick, vice president of Water Automation Solutions for Emerson Process Management, shares his company's success in helping water and wastewater facilities find integrated solutions.
- By L.K. Williams, EPonline
- Jul 19, 2010
The Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates says "inherently safer technology" is not a common sense mandate.
The Birmingham, Ala.-based, cast iron pipe manufacturer will answer to 400 violations of environmental laws over the last 10 years with a $4 million fine, $9 million in supplemental projects, and more than $7 million for corrective measures
Effective July 8, a new directive extends to Sept. 30 a yearlong NEP. It specifies programmed inspections in three regions and unprogrammed ones in the other seven OSHA regions.
Udall, Whitehouse bill would establish regional Centers of Excellence for green infrastructure.
Researchers hope to find the amplitudes and frequences that will immobilize cyanobacteria without release its toxins.
In the city of Tangshan on the Yellow Sea, the Chinese plant constructor Hangzhou Xidoumen is building a 110,000 cubic meters per day seawater treatment plant.