A triple blind groundwater sampling event shows that the environment is a very complex system that may not lend itself to simple explanation.
- By Samuel W. Butcher, Lauren M. McKinlay
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Wholesaler says efforts must continue to reach 20 percent by 2020.
Clean Vessel Act grants help marinas manage wastes and protect recreational waterways.
The company will create habitat for out-migrating juvenile salmon in the Duwamish River and repay $2 million of the natural resource trustee's costs to resolve liability for hazardous releases from its facilities.
The Puerto Rico Aqueduct and Sewer Authority also will pay a $1 million civil penalty and spend an additional $2.5 million to improve lake water quality.
Scientist says the technology would reduce the cost of long-term monitoring of contaminants in groundwater by up to 80 percent.
Volkswagen's Chattanooga facility will debut North America's first EcoDryScrubber to lower CO2 and NOx emissions, energy costs, and water usage.
Australians donated money to the Australian Conservation Foundation for water to replenish the Hattah Lakes wetlands in northern Victoria.
Environmental organization braces for Gulf disaster impact on fragile coastal ecosystems and fisheries.
EPA's latest initiative will show how well it is performing in cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
Think of the monitoring possibilities: cathodic integrity for corrosion, pump station efficiency, and tank status.
The agency is erring on the side of caution by paying for water from the Troy system for Halfmoon and Waterford, N.Y.
Relief wells will be drilled. In Houma, La., where the field operations response is being coordinated, almost 500 workers have been deployed to coordinate the spill response.
Global Water Intelligence has released its 2011 market report, which covers infrastructure, water scarcity, desalination, and reuse.
Robert and Nancy Loomis allegedly discharged fill material into a wetland on their property that drains into the Takhin River in Alaska.
“Dispose My Meds” pharmacies will provide consumers with postage-paid envelopes or onsite programs where pharmaceuticals are collected and disposed of properly.