Company used erection gantry to drive pile and protect Pamlico-Tar River and wetlands.
The program is expected to cut paper waste, printing and mailing costs.
A Columbia University study said bad planning for a growing population is to blame for crop destruction, drained reservoirs, and legal claims during the 2005-2007 dry spell.
Agency also recognized Kohler Co., Lowe's, and Brian Vinchesi.
U.K. researcher and team built a sustainable race car that will be tested Oct. 17.
EPA recognizes Calpine Corp., Mass. Corrections Department, Equity Office Properties and Patterson Farms.
The Boxer-Kerry "Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act" would authorize EPA's WaterSense program, among other things.
San Antonio Water System offers a drought recovery toolkit, complete with monetary incentives.
The draft specification sets the maximum flow rate at 2 gallons per minute at 80 psi.
EPA is engaging Boys & Girls Clubs and Parent Teacher Organizations Today to make a few small changes that will help combat global warming.
The Toyota USA Foundation and The Coca-Cola Foundation will fund the expansion of 4-H’s youth water quality and conservation programming, called 4-H2O.
George Mason University professor suggests strong leadership, a product label policy and tools to implement sustainability practices would be helpful.
Standards groups highlight the critical role of standards and conformity assessment programs for environmental stewardship.
China's Ministry of Water Resources celebrates 60 years of achievement and the China Environment Service Industry Association has signed up for a large pavilion.
The Alliance for the Great Lakes is running radio spots and operating a microsite that shows people where to find information about water quality.
Delft, Rutgers and Columbia university students took the top places in the New Generation Competition, which will be celebrated Sept. 9 and 10 at H209 in Jersey City, N.J.
Finalists had to demonstrate water savings, landscape preservation, innovation, and overall impact on the community.
The San Antonio Water System says the Lower Colorado River Authority's board of directors made policy assumptions that rendered the agencies' water supply project unworkable.