Environmental Protection


GE Gathers Leaders to Consider Water Reuse Initiatives

Company says it has developed an exclusive online forum to continue the discussion on "From Used to Useful."

Biosolids Drying-Electric Generation Facility Starts Up

The first-of-its-kind system in the United States has scheduled a grand opening for Nov. 18 at the Toland Road Sanitary Landfill in Santa Paula, Calif.

Final Amendments Set to SPCC Rule

Amendments to the Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasure rule clarify exclusions and exemptions.

Sustainable Water Treatment Is a Three Part Effort

Sulphide-precipitation and ion-exchange technologies can help companies meet the environmental, economic and social drivers of sustainability.

Study Correlates Workplace BPA Exposure to Male Sexual Dysfunction

"This study raises the question: Is there a safe level for BPA exposure, and what is that level? More studies like this, which examine the effect of BPA on humans, are critically needed to help establish prevention strategies and regulatory policies." said lead author De-Kun Li, M.D., Ph.D., of Kaiser Permanente's Division of Research in Oakland, Calif.

Sen. Crapo Named River Champion for 2009

Sixteen rivers within the Owyhee Canyonlands have been protected in the Omnibus Public Land Management Act.

Potomac Conservancy Points to Endocrine Disruptors, Gaps in Rules

Third annual report says the prevalence of the intersex condition in more than 80 percent of Potomac River fish is a serious warning.

Energy Star Hits 1 Million Mark for Homes

Houston, Dallas and Las Vegas top the list for most Energy Star homes.

UK Centre Uses Coating on Nanoparticles to Form Solid Residue

Technique could keep nanoparticles out of the effluent stream, researchers suggest.

Rabbitsfoot Mussel Joins List of Endangered Candidates

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released its annual list of candidates for the Endangered Species Act.

MSU Study to Classify Water Use by Woody Ornamentals

Container nursery operations must follow laws in five states to limit water consumption but there is little data on woody ornamentals and efficient irrigation techniques.

Energy Recovery, Inc. Unveils Quadribaric Technology

Company says technology doubles the workload of PX Pressure Exchangers in seawater desalination applications.

Algae Production Assessment Seeks to Lower Costs

Kansas State engineers are considering algae production in the ocean on very large, supporting platforms.


Sandia Labs Covers Mixed Waste Landfill

The New Mexico Environment Department in 2005 selected an evapotranspirative cover with a biointrusion rock barrier as the remedy for the low-level radioactive waste landfill, which was constructed this fall.

EPA Study Finds Contaminated Fish in Almost all States

The agency's four-year study found mercury and polychlorinated biphenyls in fish collected from the sample of 500 lakes and reservoirs.

USC Estimates Risk for Childhood Asthma Due to Heavy Traffic

The study says 9 percent of childhood asthma cases in Long Beach and 6 percent in Riverside were attributable to traffic proximity.

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