CEA and ITI claim door-to-door e-waste collection is "costly, burdensome, and environmentally harmful."
A polyethylene terephthalate trade organization is concerned that recycling both plastics together will affect quality and costs.
United Water will operate, manage and maintain the water system of Hyannis, Mass., after signing a five-year contract.
The Hybrid Bacillus Activated Sludge technology removes nitrogen, phosphorus and organic matter from wastewater streams.
Dry conditions and decreased funding for water monitoring blamed for decrease in closing and advisory days.
The Water Environment Research Foundation will provide up to $300,000 for a research effort to understand molecular and cultural-based methods fecal indicator bacteria in inland recreational waters.
Oregon family farm produces electricity from fruits and vegetable byproduct.
Oklahoma State University’s Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources will receive $226,890 in national grant funding for research into eastern redcedar encroachment and the water cycle in the tallgrass prairie, two key elements of ecosystem health for Oklahoma.
EPA Administrator Jackson says these leaders are setting the standard for the future.
Mass excavator Sukut Construction began work in June on building an emergency water reservoir in South Orange County, Calif.
Sinclar Knight Merz is a global consulting group interested in "walking the talk" for water quality monitoring.
The current standard requires monitoring in areas where lead emissions reach at least 1 ton in the air each year.
Huishan Wastewater Treatment plant will use Severn Trent's fixed film biological denitrification process to lower nitrogen and phosphorus.
U.S. EPA's Region 6 awards millions to Texas cities for clean diesel projects.
The program, which will cost as much as $28 million, is similar but smaller than the Clean Trucks Program of the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.