The Solid Waste Association of North America submitted comments to EPA on mandatory reporting of greenhouse gases.
Ohio EPA has approved the air permit for a $317-million renewable energy plant
Global Resource Corporation's Patriot-1 has transfomred scrap tires into diesel fuel, methane, pentane, butane, and propane.
The agency will discuss possible revisions to the Definition of Solid Waste rule and the possibility of withdrawing the Emission Comparable Fuels rule.
Energy & Environmental Research Center has developed a system that produces high-pressure hydrogen on demand.
InEnTec Chemical's new facilities will convert hazardous and non-hazardous chemical residuals into useful products and fuels.
Decomposing garbage is the feedstock for the methane gas that King County, Wash., plans to use to power about 24,000 homes.
A 15-year agreement will provide fixed-price renewable fuel to Shell Energy North America from Clean Energy Fuels Corp.
The Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission lowered its energy use and greenhouse gas emissions using a combustion turbine-based combined heat and power system.
The EPA has ordered the Olmsted plant to comply with the Clean Air Act and controls its emissions of mercury, dioxin, and furan.