Brazilian-based Grön Environmental uses S-200 to successfully complete a Rio de Janeiro gas station cleanup to the applicable BTEX standards.
- By James Lynn, Thomas Nail, Fabio Leandor
EPA seeks comment on the company's request to dispose of leachate in a Michigan underground injection well.
Waste separation, community buy-in, and high solids anaerobic digestion are key ingredients in turning table scraps and yard debris into a renewable resource recipe.
EPA says it plans to grant the request but is seeking public comment on the matter until April 7.
EPA says United Parcel Service agreed to pay the civil penalty to settle alleged violations of hazardous waste management rules at a Lenexa, Kan., freight facility.
ResponsibleShopper.org gives out grades on the airline industry's performance and United and US Airways don't pass.
The second video town hall meeting of the Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response will be from 1:30 to 3 p.m. EST on Feb. 23.
EPA says many of the electric utilities the agency has assessed are already implementing recommended measures to make their impoundments safer.
The foundry coke manufacturer is being investigated for uncontrolled releases of ammonia and benezene, improper handling of coal tar sludge, and unpermitted discharges of its process and nonprocess wastewater.
Researchers pretreated polycarbonate with ultraviolet light and heat and exposed it to fungi, which broke down the plastic without releasing bisphenol A.
Goel Services, A.A. Asbestos Abatement and the Naval Station allegedly violated the Clean Air Act and the National Emission Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants for asbestos.
The agency has scheduled meetings on Jan. 28, Feb. 23, and Feb. 25 to gain input on the draft methodology.
Attorneys say mining company is using less stringent, emergency cleanup standards in a non-emergency situation.
Recycling nuclear fuel would decrease the problem of nuclear waste disposal, the report says.
The Nebraska lawsuit proposes that Stericycle and MedServe must divest all of MedServe's assets used to collect and treat infectious waste in four states before the merger can go through.