An Iowa State led study team will try to uncover what structures, mechanisms and genetics are involved in the process plants use to store carbon and energy.
The system can help ports reduce up to 99 percent of air pollutants emitted by ships.
The Watershed Academy provides the latest information about what EPA is doing and how an estuary program is preparing for climate change
University of South Florida doctoral student discovers what viruses remain in reclaimed water after treatment.
Will Congress get in step with Europe and pass a cap-and-trade law to stem greenhouse gases?
The Boxer-Kerry "Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act" would authorize EPA's WaterSense program, among other things.
The agency is sampling the air outside 63 schools in 22 states to evaluate whether long-term exposure to toxics in the outdoor air might pose health concerns to children.
Discharges from the Agana and Northern District wastewater treatment plants exceeded Territorial water quality standards for bacteria.
Company files patent for surface-mounted algae system to help treat wastewater and produce algae for fuel
Product Stewardship Institute is running the project to help the city make headway on its B Green 2020 initiative.
The Water Environment Federation anticipated the possible fallout from the national recession at this year's WEFTEC.09, which will be held Oct. 10-14 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., and took action. The association retained its 2008 registration rates and has offered utilities discount pricing packages.
- By L.K. Williams, EPonline
A greater demand for geothermal heating and cooling brings a greater potential for groundwater contamination, according to the National Ground Water Association.
The funds will be used to replace, repower and update diesel engines in school buses, trucks, locomotives, construction and cargo vehicles.
A major goal is to develop new approaches to detect, monitor, predict, control, and mitigate harmful algae and their impacts in Texas coastal waters.
Company will test whether the grasses could replace a portion of the coal used at the plant.
Sellersville Borough Water Works in Pennsylvania must submit a detailed plan for acheiving compliance with drinking water standards for arsenic.
Program may be useful in evaluating acid mine drainage and determining contaminant generation.
Group wants EPA to promote the cleanest renewable fuels compatible with existing fuels infrastructure.