Stanford University's Yi Cui and colleagues have developed an energy-saving filter system that destroys E. coli.
The efforts of Singapore, Australia, Philippines, and the United Kingdom earned recognition for innovation in 2010.
The power cooperative tested a system on its Beulah, N.D., plant and decided to install more GE membrane bags to help reduce emissions from coal fuel.
Mitsubishi Power Systems Americas is building a 200,000-square-foot nacelle manufacturing plant in Fort Smith, Ark.
Methyltestosterone is used in aquaculture to produce male tilapia because they grow faster; Pseudomonas fluorescens and Bacillus ceresus may help remove the steroid from the water.
Cascade Water Alliance, Moen Inc., Lowe's and Judy Benson received awards at a banquet last week.
Offshore drilling, production, workover, and certain onshore facilities are not eligible for the extension.
On the high end, cars will be expected to achieve 60 miles per gallon by the year 2025.
This is the first federal court action brought by the government under the marine diesel engine rules.
The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement, formerly MMS, has developed rules for offshore oil and gas operations in federal waters that require operators to develop and follow a 13-point Safety and Environmental Management System.
EPA and the Justice Department announced the penalty and posted the consent decree that has been filed in a Houston federal court. It is a record civil penalty for Clean Air Act violations at an single facility.
The “Design for Reuse Primer,” a free e-book, looks at the untapped potential of material reuse through the perspectives of the architects, contractors, and clients committed to its use.
A U.S. Department of Agriculture study has developed a formaldehyde-free glue for wood applications.
The company will pay a $1.25 million civil penalty, upgrade pollution control technologies, and install covers on two wastewater tanks as a supplemental environmental project.
Research laboratories will be assessing national standards, reviewing power systems, and testing protocols for grid security technologies.
Glen Daigger of CH2M Hill will serve as president of IWA for a two-year term.
The Anglo-Dutch company has based its technology on oppositely charged electrodes combined with anionic and cationic selective membranes.
These additions and recent cleanups have changed the number of National Priorities List sites from 1,627 to 1,343 final and proposed sites.