U.S. EPA: Funds save jobs to help prevent water pollution and protect human health and the environment.
August campaign challenges people to keep bags, butts and bottles off the beaches and waterfronts.
Stakeholders address India's demand for potable water.
DOE's National Renewable Energy Laboratory and its partners are recognized for their work in weather exposure testing, solar collection, and lithium batteries.
A USDA scientist has developed yeast that makes ethanol from two different kinds of sugars without oxygen.
San Antonio Water System is using its drought management and conservation programs to ensure an adequate water supply for its customers.
Earl Blumenauer's bill should ease the pain truckers feel when idling by providing a 50 percent tax credit or up to $3,000 for buying auxiliary power units that costs up to $8,500.
EPA will hold public hearings in Arlington, Va., and Los Angeles on Aug. 3 and 6, respectively, to get feedback on proposed revisions to the nitrogen dioxide standard.
Five projects will receive $44.1 million in stimulus funds.
EPA is interested in improving methods of assess whether pesticides are triggering food allergies.
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.