Texas company agrees to use low-mercury fluorescent bulbs and recycle bulbs as a member of the National Partnership for Environmental Priorities.
Utility Partnership Program helps utilities participate in the annual Water Environment Federation's annual conference.
Researchers at the University of California Davis say ozone exposure at levels deemed safe by EPA can have a significant and negative effect on lung function.
Crow says that performing at Greenbuild is like being on the international stage of the green movement.
Water use efficiency improvements will help sustain the future of California agriculture, according to a Pacific Institute study.
Puget Sound Energy's Integrated Resource Plan focuses on energy efficiency, wind, and natural gas.
Rural towns in 15 states and Puerto Rico will receive loans and grants to help provide safe drinking water and improve wastewater treatment systems.
The American Filtration & Separations Society is hosting its fourth Bi-annual Emissions Solutions in Transportation Conference on Oct. 6-8 in Ann Arbor, Mich.
Over three years, Port of Los Angeles terminal company allegedly discharged stormwater at its facility.
Hotels and motels will encourage guests to use linens more than once and install efficient faucet aerators in each guest room to conserve water.
NOAA-funded exhibit highlights the estuarine research system, focuses on important habitat.
EPA orders city and county to stop and restore the streambed and banks of Maili'ili.
The two-year project will test desalination technologies at Redondo Beach
Measure would put responsibility for managing unused medicines back into the hands of drug manufacturers.
Various approaches together can make meaningful greenhouse gas emission reductions, the report found.
The U.S. aircraft manufacturer and its Canadian partner will be able to carry heavy cargo longer distances without refueling.
Camden, Rockport and Rockland want to prohibit boaters from discharging sewage into coastal waters.