A leak from Shell Chemical Yabucoa's diffuser pipeline allegedly discharged unpermittted pollutants earlier this year.
Two manufacturing companies will pay civil penalties and take corrective measures to settle Clean Air Act violations resulting from explosions at two plants in 2002 and 2003 in Louisville, Ky., and Pascagoula, Miss.
Researchers in Saudi Arabia say their process is non-toxic and environmentally friendly.
The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Seacaucus allegedly discharged polluted wastewater into the Hackensack River without a permit.
Eight airlines at Los Angeles International Airport have agreed to purchase renewable synthetic diesel fuel from Rentech for ground service equipment, starting in late 2012.
Pickens, architect of a plan to use natural gas and renewable fuels in place of foreign oil, will share his vision at the Solid Waste Association of North America's annual conference this month.
The approved readiness plans are the first to fully satisfy Washington's new oil spill contingency rule updated in 2006.
William Garvey pleaded guilty earlier this year and was sentenced Sept. 1 for violating the Clean Water Act and hazardous waste storage laws.
The National Center for Policy Analysis says Cash for Clunkers was a good idea that was poorly executed.
Veolia has operated the city's wastewater treatment facility for 10 years and now has a contract to provide services for Woonsocket's collection system.
Black & Veatch uses trenchless technology in traffic corridor.
Eldorado Natural Spring Water in Colorado is installing a 100- kilowatt solar electric system on the roof of its main office.
National security, contamination threats, and jobs are at odds as a near-shore drilling measured is considered by Congress.
The WateReuse Association has released a new manual of practice that offers a step-by-step approach for planning a successful project.
Stephanie Ogden will be the first Fellow and will evaluate the principles of integrated water resource management.
More than 500 schools have already taken the challenge and are using 30 percent less energy.
The program will be used to deliver training on professional and personal skills development for solar installers, sustainable landscapers and water systems designers and green building designers, among other professions.