DEP suggests residents use bottled water for drinking and preparing food until TDS levels return to normal.
Global compliance may become an issue of supply and demand.
- By Lawrence Goldenhersh
- Aug 11, 2009
Samsung Electronics is named second best in Greenpeace International's June 2009 "Guide to Greener Electronics."
Safety-Kleen motor oil, which is recycled, expands its reach to New England.
Government entities and nonprofit organizations can receive up to $500,000 in stimulus funds for job training.
Colorado agrees to replacement requirements in Arkansas River Compact with Kansas.
The Oct. 7 public meeting will explore how hospitals, universities, and others who use radioactive materials in conducting research are affected by having limited access to low-level waste disposal facilities.
EPA administrator announces a $95 million grant to Saft America for a lithium-ion cell manufacturing plant.
Scientists are reporting that bioethanol production may use three times more water than previously thought, according to an Environmental Science & Technology article.
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.
Newly confirmed assistant administrator for water encourages consumers to reduce their water use.
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.
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.