The Toxic Substances Control Act is more than 30 years old and the American Chemistry Council says it is time for the law to keep pace with science.
Scientists are reporting that bioethanol production may use three times more water than previously thought, according to an Environmental Science & Technology article.
Newly confirmed assistant administrator for water encourages consumers to reduce their water use.
San Clemente, Calif.-based Regenesis says its Oxygen Release Compound has facilitated the cost-effective closure of 29 major petroleum company sites in the Midwest.
Lisa Jackson, EPA administrator, wants to evaluate perchlorate exposure in infants and young children who drink more water per body weight than adults.
The carbon black manufacturer will pay the Ponca Tribe and class members $10.5 million to settle a suit alleging that emissions from its Ponca City plant damaged nearby properties.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality has revised the schedule of compliance for the Pontiac Wastewater Treatment Plant.
The American Bird Conservancy wants EPA to ban the import of crops containing any residues of 13 pesticides that are banned or restricted for use in the United States.
ERI says its newest device reduces energy consumption by up to 60 percent.
CBS Operations Inc., TCI Pacific Communications Inc., CBS/Westinghouse of Pa. Inc., HH Liquidating Corp. and HRD Liquidating Corp., agreed to pay $21 million to Pennsylvania and the federal government, according to the Department of Justice.
The Toxic Substances Control Act needs an overhaul, according to Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families.
NYSERDA, Delaware Operations test plant that uses a mechanical fine screen, clarifier with pre-coagulation, continuously backwashed upflow sand filter with pre-coagulation, and a membrane bioreactor and disinfection.
Volusia County, Fla., will use the upflow sludge blanket filtration technology to treat wastewater at a new plant.
California's draft strategy explains how climate change could affect the state and recommends ways to manage those effects.
The effort by electricity sector technologies would require sustained research, development and demonstration and aggressive deployment of the full portfolio.
EPA still must approve the Wisconsin-based tribe's water quality standards.