Water


Western Business Roundtable: Stop Rulemaking until U.S. Completes Corrupted Data Probe

All work by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to develop mandatory limits on greenhouse gases should be put on hold until congressional investigators determine whether or not the science upon which EPA is relying was doctored, a group of Western business leaders urged in a Dec. 1 press release.

Milwaukee, Veolia Win Partnership Award

Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District and Veolia Water North America recognized for technical excellence and community commitment.

EPA to Update Imperial Oil Site Progress after ARRA Infusion

Cleanup project gets $25 million in stimulus to speed remediation of contaminated soil.

India Creates NEPA to Enhance Authority

Obama, Singh pledge increased cooperation on environmental and climate initiatives.

Conservation Makeovers a Plus for San Antonio Homes

Water authority lends a hand to qualifying homes with limited incomes.

Georgia Team to Study Treaties, Rivers, and Water Conflicts

The work of the University of Georgia's Jaroslav Tir and Douglas Stinnett is funded by the National Science Foundation and the Department of Defense.

Verizon Wireless Discloses Violations, to Pay $468,600

Company's own audits discovered violations of clean water, clean air, and emergency planning and preparedness regulations.

American Rivers Lists 58 Dams to Be Removed

The group says many outdated dams no longer make sense for flood protection, public safety or water quality.



Twin Cities' Dry Cleaner Wins Award for Energy Upgrades

East Metro Clean’n’Press of West Saint Paul, Minn., has reduced the company’s carbon footprint and overall waste, saving $18,814 a year in energy costs.

ARRA Helps Georgia Fund 7 Water and Sewer Projects

From installing water-conserving toilets to establishing public water systems, American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds of almost $3 million are helping to finance upgrades to Georgia community systems.

Cooking Doesn't Have to Use a Lot of Energy

Florida Power & Light Company of Juno Beach, Fla., offers a number of tips on how to conserve energy while cooking during the holiday season.