The Department of Energy is offering a total of $3.3 billion in grants, and NEMA is offering its members a list of Smart Grid dockets and other information related to the grants.
Effective 2012, the new minimum energy efficiency requirements will call for T12 lamps to replace T8 lamps in fluorescent applications and the use of highly efficiency halogen infrared technology in reflector lamps.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency wants to establish a one-hour nitrogen dioxide standard between 80 and 100 parts per billion.
Suzanne de la Monte and her team found exposure to nitrates in food and the environment to correspond with increases in death from Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease and diabetes mellitus.
As the result of a settlement agreement, G-I Holdings must secure Vermont Asbestos Group Mine Site, reimburse clean-up costs, and address hazardous waste issues at nine other Superfund sites.
EPA has developed an electronic system for filing discharge monitoring reports for National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit holders.
The American Water Works Association's Distribution Systems Symposium offers it early-bird registration discount through July 30.
A National Ground Water Association course explains the hydrology of coupled groundwater/surface water systems in fractured rock settings.
The Peoria Butler Drive Water Reclamation Facility has been named project of the year because of its sustainable water planning and its retention of water credits.
Okanogan County Public Utility will use Aclara's technology to collect data in its advanced metering infrastructure project.
Texas' share of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds will be used to provide clean drinking water for communities throughout the state.
Cooperative watershed stakeholders receive stimulus funding for rain catchment tanks, vegetation, and other restoration activities in Bodega, Calif.
The union provides training for jobs in solar, wind, biomass, nuclear, and clean coal, while firefighters are discussing how to work around solar panels, wind turbines, and other renewable energy systems.
Administrator Jackson seeks more transparency for water quality goals and directs the Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance to take action.
Managers at a petroleum refinery in Kenai, Alaska, wanted to recycle over 36,000 tons of sulfur but a depressed sulfur market ($100 a ton) made the recovery effort unfeasible. When the price increased to $500 a ton at the end of 2007, the refinery contacted AIMM Technologies, Inc., a Texas-based petroleum service company.
- By Keith Simpson
- Jul 09, 2009
California will receive the bulk of the DOI Title XVI Program money, funded through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, for projects involving water reuse and desalination.
The proposed rule for U.S. flagged or registered ships would include two additional tiers of nitrogen oxides standards for new Category 3 marine diesel engines
EPA and Indian Health Service have identified 95 wastewater and 64 drinking water priority projects to be completed by the service's Sanitation Facilities Construction Program using recovery funding.
Employee contributions and fundraising efforts of American Water have netted Water for People $216,143 in donations.
From carbon sequestration to removal of hormones and nanoscale impurities from water, the Clean Tech Expo will showcase new technologies on July 16.