Habitat for Humanity affiliates that build homes to green standards can receive up to $5,000 through an expansion of the Partners in Sustainable Building program.
Secretary Vilsack lists the community benefits of a neighborhood garden.
A University of Minnesota professor says most of the plant-based estrogens can be removed by treatment plants but they still may affect fish.
Students scored well on their knowledge of soils and land use, aquatic ecology, and biodiversity.
Boston-based Clean Air Task Force commends actions, says agreement is expected to advance cleaner coal technologies.
Western Plant Health Association president says exposure conditions were unlikely to occur, among other things.
About $130 million will be used to provide electricity to 300,000 households.
State and local officials dedicated the Federalsburg, Md., wastewater treatment plant, which now has biological and enhanced nutrient removal facilities.
Company president claims XR-88 can clean up Puget Sound, other sites.
Massachusetts taps American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds to provide 1.2 MW of wind power at the Deer Island wastewater treatment facility.
ASTM International Committee E60 will explore the evolution of life cycle assessment theory and application in an October workshop.
The Army Corps of Engineers awarded more than $9 million for a seepage barrier and drainage tunnel improvements using stimulus funds.
Oregon-based company will continue to focus on community-based utilities under its new identity.
Encina Power Station shuts down and desalination project specifications changed, Coastkeeper attorneys said.
The Justice Department and EPA have brokered a deal that will cut sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide and carbon dioxide emissions from Edison's Burger Units 4 and 5 near Shadyside, Ohio.