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The Next Generation of Environmental Protection Demands a New Database

The Next Generation of Environmental Protection Demands a New Database

A new adaptive database strategy is necessary to address the challenges of managing vast and varied climate and weather data.

How Community Solar Projects Are Democratizing Access to Clean Energy

How Community Solar Projects Are Democratizing Access to Clean Energy

Community solar projects are breaking down barriers to renewable energy, making solar power accessible and affordable for a diverse range of communities.

EPA’s WaterSense Program Saved 1.2 Trillion Gallons of Water in 2023

EPA’s WaterSense Program Saved 1.2 Trillion Gallons of Water in 2023

The WaterSense initiative conserves water and reduces greenhouse gas emissions.

Biden-Harris Administration Unveils Strategy to Cut Food Waste and Boost Organics Recycling

Biden Harris Administration Unveils Strategy to Cut Food Waste and Boost Organics Recycling

The national plan aims to cut food waste in half by 2030.

Terracon Enhances Environmental Services with Recent Acquisition of SAGE Environmental

Terracon Enhances Environmental Services with Recent Acquisition of SAGE Environmental

This is Terracon’s second acquisition of 2024 and its 22nd acquisition since 2017.

AgriFORCE Secures New Patent for Automated Growing Systems

AgriFORCE Secures New Patent for Automated Growing Systems

With this new patent, the company aims to enhance their existing capabilities in indoor farming.

EPA Awards $15 Million in Grants to Combat Climate-Damaging Hydrofluorocarbons

EPA Awards $15 Million in Grants to Combat Climate-Damaging Hydrofluorocarbons

The five recipients will develop innovative HFC reclamation and destruction methods.

EPA Celebrates Progress Made in Federally Funded Great Lakes Restoration Efforts

EPA Celebrates Progress Made in Federally Funded Great Lakes Restoration Efforts

Federal and local leaders noted the significant progress in environmental restoration and economic revitalization of the area.



The Evolution of Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) and Its Environmental Impact

The Evolution of Ultra-Low Sulfur Diesel (ULSD) and Its Environmental Impact

Ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD) significantly reduces emissions and environmental impact by lowering sulfur content and enabling advanced emission control technologies.

Innovating for a Greener Future: The Role of Compostable Materials in Reducing Waste

Innovating for a Greener Future: The Role of Compostable Materials in Reducing Waste

Compostable materials offer a sustainable alternative to traditional plastics, helping to reduce waste, enhance soil health and support a circular economy.

EPA Report Highlights Need for $630 Billion in Wastewater Infrastructure Investments

EPA Report Highlights Need for $630 Billion in Wastewater Infrastructure Investments

The survey aims to guide policymakers and local officials in planning and prioritizing investment in water infrastructure.

EPA Finalizes New Rule Clarifying Public Awareness of Water Quality

EPA Finalizes New Rule Clarifying Public Awareness of Water Quality

The new rule provides easier access and clarity for annual drinking water reports.

EPA Offers $9 Million Grants to Tribes and Territories to Cut Diesel Emissions

EPA Offers $9 Million Grants to Tribes and Territories to Cut Diesel Emissions

EPA announces $9 million in grants for tribes and territories to reduce diesel emissions, aiming to improve public health and support local economies.

EPA Launches ENERGY STAR NextGen Certification for Residential Buildings

EPA Launches ENERGY STAR NextGen Certification for Residential Buildings

The program aims to revolutionize energy efficiency in residential buildings.

EPA Emphasizes National Security Memorandum on U.S. Infrastructure

EPA Emphasizes National Security Memorandum on U.S. Infrastructure

The document addresses climate change threats as a primary infrastructure concern.

EPA Finalizes Ban on Most Uses of Hazardous Chemical Methylene Chloride

EPA Finalizes Ban on Most Uses of Hazardous Chemical Methylene Chloride

The hazardous chemical has been known to cause various forms of cancer, neurotoxicity and liver damage.

EPA Allocates Nearly $1 Billion in Grants to Fund Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicle Transition

The Clean Heavy-Duty Vehicles Grant Program supports efforts to replace vehicles with zero-emiession alternatives.

EPA Emphasized the Fight Against Plastic Pollution During Earth Week

EPA Emphasized the Fight Against Plastic Pollution During Earth Week

The agency ended Earth Week with a spotlight on its efforts to combat plastic pollution.

EPA Reveals Slight Increase in Greenhouse Gas Emissions

EPA Reveals Slight Increase in Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The 2022 inventory includes emissions from seven key greenhouse gases.

EPA Sets National Standard to Combat PFAS Pollution in Drinking Water

EPA Sets National Standard to Combat PFAS Pollution in Drinking Water

The Biden administration has allocated an extra $1 billion to aid in PFAS detection and treatment.

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