Contaminated flies transferred nanoparticles to other flies and that transfer could also occur to humans in the future.
The Metropolitan District Commission in Hartford, Conn., has contracted with Black & Veatch to recover energy from its biosolids incineration process.
Company displays solutions that address low impact development and LEED markets at conference.
A coalition of San Diego stakeholders, led by CleanTECH San Diego, is strategically positioning the region' municipalities to capture nearly $260 million in federal stimulus funds for renewable energy projects.
Stockholm-based Sweco will manage and supervise the large-scale construction of a new water supply system commissioned by the Jordanian Government’s Ministry of Water and Irrigation.
The settlement of Washington's 2008 lawsuit against the Department of Energy recommits the federal government to a cleanup of groundwater and waste stored in tanks at the Hanford Site, officials said this week.
Report from Natural Resources Defense Council and UC-Santa Barbara claims low impact development can generate billions of gallons of water.
Researchers will look at land use patterns, rainfall, and the transport of fecal indicators.
Landowners, legal entities, and Indian tribes are eligible to apply for funding for conservation efforts.
The company has agreed to pay a $4.6 million penalty, allowed as an unsecured claim in its bankruptcy proceeding, and improve controls at 15 plants at a cost of about $4.2 million.
Aqua Pennsylvania has acquired the assests of Cove Village's water and wastewater systems, which serve about 1,000 people in Schuylkill County.
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.