New Hampshire, Massachusetts companies face fine for spill and failing to implement SPCC plan.
New sustainability campaign seeks to "Reduce Today, Respect Tomorrow."
Island country uses DEPLOY project to meet analysis required by the European Union's Water Framework Directive.
A Columbia University study said bad planning for a growing population is to blame for crop destruction, drained reservoirs, and legal claims during the 2005-2007 dry spell.
EPA said some Saginaw, Midland and Bay City water samples are unusable due to lab contamination so retesting for furans is required.
Agency also recognized Kohler Co., Lowe's, and Brian Vinchesi.
State and local governments now have technical guidance in the form of voluntary guidelines to remediate methamphetamine laboratories.
U.K. researcher and team built a sustainable race car that will be tested Oct. 17.
Four marine companies face fines of up to $177,500.
The company says its new 2100Q portable turbidimeter delivers the most accurate turbidity readings
The Pressure Exchanger devices reduce energy in desalination plants.
This hydrogeologist has more than 25 years of work in developing, testing, and applying new approaches to cost-effective site characterization and remediation.
Penn State engineer and Napa Wine Company use a microbial electrolysis plant to process agricultural wastewater.
Stimulus funds are being distributed to modernize seismic networks and data processing centers.
The designation should better protect the aquifer, which would provide drinking water residents in parts of Indiana, Michigan, and Ohio.
Co-director Ron Prinn says we can stabilize climate if the United States and others would meet aggressive emissions targets.
EPA recognizes Calpine Corp., Mass. Corrections Department, Equity Office Properties and Patterson Farms.
EPA says that if the city's four systems don't, they will face penalties of up to $37,500 for each violation.