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Broward County and Hillsborough County changed two Superfund sites into a wide-ranging outdoor activities park and a multipurpose waste collection center and model airplane park, respectively.
Digital photography can replace certified smoke readers to measure opacity.
Florida Institute of Technology professor Virender Sharma has invented a product that can be used as an oxidant, disinfectant and coagulant.
The revised regulation requires CAFOs that discharge to seek coverage under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit.
With the simulation of heavy rainfall, E. coli increased slightly, the researchers said.
The task force looked at Nuclear Regulatory Commission actions in regard to tritium contamination and recommended ways to strengthen its response.
The company's Munox product naturally biodegrades petroleum.
New uses answer consumer demand and prevents buildup of plastic waste in landfills, the company says.
Two professors will try to find ways to accelerate the chemical breakdown of hydrocarbons using naturally occurring marine organic matter.
The sorbent material recently was approved for use by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Big Bend Power Station installs new equipment on all four units to lower nitrogen oxide emissions.
Researchers note that Taiwan is heavily industrialized with many municipal incinerators that release PCDDs and PCDFs.
Between 35,000 and 60,000 barrels of oil per day may be leaking from the BP oil well in the Gulf of Mexico.
National Toxicology Program reviews Ramazzini Institute studies and suggests further pathology reviews are needed to resolve differences of opinion.
Fredericton Region Solid Waste Commission has registered VER+ offset credits, which allows the organization to sell verified greenhouse gas emission credits.
The Texas environmental agency said it has been using the Qualified Facilities Rule since 1996.
Low-cost canine method could replace DNA-based technique.