The model is designed to increase the pool of certified and experienced water sector professionals through various training and career advancement solutions.
Study says declines follow lower application rates and EPA regulatory action over the period 1996 to 2006.
Utility urges San Diego County residents to properly dispose of pharmaceutical waste.
EPA is seeking comments on proposed guidance that should make label directions more uniform, specific, and protective of human health.
The education campaign includes free water audits, leak detection kits, rebates and more.
Rocky Mountain Institute's tool shows architects, engineers, and developers how much their building is contributing to greenhouse gas levels and reveals design targets to achieve carbon neutrality.
The Colorado Water Resources and Power Development Authority and the La Plata Water Conservancy District are expecting a new dam and reservoir to improve administration of Colorado/New Mexico La Plata River Compact.
The Export-Import Bank of the United States says it wants to help American manufacturers produce green technology for the world.
California American Water said that former state senator Kevin Murray has joined its governing board.
EPA expects to award about 40 grants of up to $25,000 each for projects that address environmental and public health issues in communities.
A price on carbon will increase incentives for efficiency and innovation, according to nearly all of the 144 economists who responded to NYU's Institute for Policy Integrity survey.
Over the next four months, manufacturers will test 67 chemicals using a battery of scientific assays and test guidelines from EPA.
EPA says Chilkoot Fish & Caviar allegedly discharged fish waste without a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit.
California students build and race solar-powered boats in Metropolitan Water District's program highlighting natural and renewable resources.
Calculating carbon cost to the largest emitters of greenhouse gases, Point Carbon says Southern is most vulnerable and Exelon more prosperous.
The Department of Ecology's fee increase will affect dairies, boatyards, aquatic pest control operations and other holders of municipal, industrial, and stormwater permits.