The Nebraska lawsuit proposes that Stericycle and MedServe must divest all of MedServe's assets used to collect and treat infectious waste in four states before the merger can go through.
Risk assessor DNV will coordinate the European Commission's information-sharing network for carbon capture and storage technology.
Botanist makes "green" case for buying living trees instead of artificial ones.
Incumbent supplier wins contract and the city saves 40 percent over previous year's contract.
EPA administrator emphasized that the finding of endangerment and possible climate change legislation are not either-or propositions.
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Green Power NYC allows small businesses and residents to select their clean power and energy provider online.
Electric rate cap rates are set to expire in Pennsylvania so homeowners may have more incentive to seal up energy issues and save.
Chemicals in cord blood from newborns of African American, Asian, and Hispanic descent provide evidence of contamination in the womb.
Environmental Defense Fund shares Poland Spring Water Company's success story in a new case study.
The Environmental Advocates of New York recommend the state delay approvals for hydraulic fracturing work until the Department of Environmental Conservation can appropriately man the task.
Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution also found that some species were adversely affected by elevated levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide.
Peter Allard, who owns a facility in Barbados, filed a complaint against the government alleging it violated its obligations at Graeme Hall Swamp.
The water and wastewater utility company plans to lower its greenhouse gas emissions by 16 percent in about seven years.
DOT ordered El Paso Corp., and Colorado Interstate Gas Company to develop and train operators on safety procedures following an investigation into pipeline explosion in Wyoming three years ago.
EPA gives city a $520,400 grant to help upgrade Wayne's wastewater treatment plant.
Sustainable Otsego says horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing are too dangerous to water supplies and human health.
Sen. Frank Lautenberg says he will reintroduce a bill that would require chemical companies to show that their consumer products are safe.