Maryland researcher says genetically engineered microbes could be made to absorb carbon dioxide.
Policymakers should consider how much water is used to employ alternative energy; new technologies may make them more viable.
Cal-State study says small businesses will pay an additional $49,691 as a result of the agency's implementation of AB 32.
EPA's list of 44 ponds with a high hazard potential rating included 12 North Carolina sites—the most of any state.
The company also announces joint venture with Thornton New Energy Ltd. to produce ultra low carbon emission electricity from coal.
Michigan recognizes health and safety programs of the Wixom Water and Wastewater facility.
Texas and Indiana subsidiaries buy three water and wastewater systems for $260,000.
ASCE, AWWA, NAWC offer testimony to the House committee on July 15.
MIT project hopes to make people think about what happens when they throw away razors and water bottles, among other things.
International Bottled Water Association President Joe Doss clarified that the FDA and states regulate bottled water.
The Air & Waste Management Association will present the conference Sept. 15-17 in Centennial, Colo.
The agency gathered comments this month on a proposed section on total maximum daily loads.
Group tells lawmakers there are gaps in government regulation of the bottled water industry.
CH2M Hill and American Water raised a significant amount of money to support safe drinking water and sanitation.
Using biosolids from Metro Vancouver, Nexterra is converting the material into renewable heat for use in sludge dryers.
Computational Hydraulics announced the release of PCSWMM, the standard GIS-based software support system for EPA's SWMM5 solution for water quality compliance.