The assessment shows that between 1990 and 2005, air toxic emissions were reduced by about 42 percent from industrial and mobile sources.
Eighteen months after his appointment, Rubinstein earns Senate approval and pledges to practice responsible stewardship and grow the economy.
New Haven, Conn., chemical manufacturer H. Krevit and Co. will spend $36,000 on emergency response equipment for the fire department as part of the settlement in a right-to-know case.
Used under limited circumstances, the rule would allow the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to waive strict compliance when such action would not compromise the environment or public health.
The research centers will explore the health impacts on children and older citizens to determine which health effects occur at different life stages.
According to Parkson, the fog creates a chemical reaction that reduces or eliminates odorous compounds as well as operating costs.
The agency said it expects to have the reporting tool available by this summer.
The former fugitive received five months of home detention, three years of probation, and was ordered to pay $100.
The company imported nearly 80,000 non-road engines or equipment that were not covered by a Clean Air Act-required certificate of conformity.
NASA has the company's total organic carbon analyzer and conductivity temperature meter onboard the space shuttle Discovery, which made its last trip to the International Space Station last week.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has issued final approval for a new motor vehicle air conditioning system refrigerant that does not deplete the ozone layer.
Freshwater ecologist Dr. Tom Battin, of the University of Vienna, told a COST ESF Frontiers of Science conference in October that our understanding of how rivers and streams deal with organic carbon has changed radically.
Drier conditions projected to result from climate change in the Southwest will likely reduce perennial vegetation cover and result in increased dust storm activity in the future, according to a new study by scientists with the U.S. Geological Survey and the University of California, Los Angeles.
EPA says it is proposing "sensible standards" that will provide significant public health benefits while cutting costs by nearly 50 percent; the agency is offering these standards for additional public review and comment.
John Bostick apparently knew the building's ceiling contained asbestos but failed to tell workers, who were not trained in correct work practice techniques.
The filter units use structured plastic synthetic media to remove hydrogen sulfide and other odor-causing chemicals.
Some of the penalty money will support supplemental environmental projects on clean school buses and tire cleanup.
The agency is reporting that overall greenhouse gas emissions decreased by 6 percent in 2009.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is seeking public comment on its plan to review regulations.
Russell Coco faces one year in prison and could be fined up to $250,000; a trial for Bob Knapp, the building owner, is set for Feb. 28.