Despite the dry climate, the Omni hotel in Fort Worth, Texas, has installed a rooftop herb garden on one of its terraces shaded from the hot summer sun.
- By Laura Williams
- May 09, 2011
Chemical transport regulations don't always take into consideration the fact that mercury vaporizes at room temperature.
- By Peder A. Larson
- May 02, 2011
Environmental Protection's 2010 Salary Survey results leave the impression that professionals are holding their own in a still-uncertain economy.
- By L.K. Williams, EPonline
- Apr 13, 2011
Recycling, and to a greater extent tolling, decouples used solvent generators from the high cost and volatility of virgin solvent prices.
- By Paul DeVeau
- Apr 11, 2011
Manufacturers that use welding in their operations should get ready to meet this year's notification deadlines for Clean Air Act emission regulation.
- By Deanna Postlethwaite, Kathy Gargasz
- Apr 07, 2011
Food Express cleans up its wastewater with an oil skimmer attached to a separation tank designed by the company's president.
- By Kara Dennis
- Apr 01, 2011
Surface aeration and aerobic microbes can alleviate an overloaded waste lagoon.
- By Chuzhao Lin
- Mar 29, 2011
With combined chemical and biological treatment, formerly contaminated land is added to Bremerton’s Evergreen Park in Washington.
ARS Technologies injects an oxidant and catalyst to speed bioremediation in a large-scale groundwater clean-up project.
A coalition of volunteer environmental engineers provided input to update and make this document organizing tool more useful.
- By Kevin O'Beirne
- Mar 21, 2011
Hyundai, Nissan, and Toyota use their electric vehicle purchasing power and experience in more than cars.
- By Peter Harrop
- Mar 17, 2011
Green space and parking areas at a Wilmington, N.C., housing development left little room for a stormwater detention pond, so engineers used a proven underground infiltration system.
In this fifth and last installment of the multi-part series on today's problems in land development, the author takes a look at redevelopment in the inner suburban core.
- By Rick Harrison
- Feb 25, 2011
Here's a glimpse of some preliminary results in the 2010 Environmental Protection Salary Survey.
- By L.K. Williams, EPonline
- Feb 14, 2011
Park City, Utah, hit pay dirt with an anaerobic biochemical reactor that removed more than 99 percent of cadmium and zinc from shallow groundwater.
- By Jeff Schoenbacher
- Jan 26, 2011
BMI+ImageNet helped the bank adopt a reduce, reuse, and recycle attitude in its print environment.
- By Herb Stebbins
- Jan 21, 2011
The secret is in the manufacturing and application processes, not the chemical makeup.
- By Del Williams
- Jan 10, 2011
Is hydraulic fracturing the holy grail of energy independence or a groundwater nightmare in the making?
- By Keith Hall
- Dec 20, 2010
Warsaw is updating its sewers at a quick pace with the help of 118-inch centrifugally cast fiberglass reinforced polymer mortar pipe.
- By Erin Boudreaux
- Dec 10, 2010
The experts answer why the topic is so hot now and the best way you can protect your clients and yourself from liability.
- By Dianne P. Crocker
- Dec 06, 2010