Buying fuel-efficient cars helps reduce carbon pollution, Chu says.
The agreement outlines next steps in a comprehensive Superfund evaluation of dioxin contamination in two Michigan rivers and their floodplains.
More than 17,000 water professionals, nearly 1,000 exhibitors attended last week’s conference and exhibition.
DOL and others are drafting recommendations, which include developing an energy performance label for existing homes and allowing the cost of retrofits to be added to a homeowner's property tax bill.
Process uses primary sewage sludge as feedstock.
Potential water sector clients seem to be moving toward asset management through concession contracts more quickly than energy sector, COO says.
- By Water & Wastewater News Staff
The DOE's laboratory will use its modeling and simulation to support the state's energy policy and planning, which will include clean coal technology.
The agency says the $50 million program last year enabled retrofits and purchases for 14,000 diesel-powered vehicles and pieces of equipment.
The permit, which applies primarily to five states, would be delayed so that the agency can have time to coordinate with work being done on an effluent limitation guideline.
Circulating fluidized bed reactor technology has a place in meeting the goals of Obama's energy plan.
The Office of Solid Waste and Emergency Response is reconsidering the remediation goals based on the latest science.
EPA seeks comments on the revision of the 2003 proposed Solvent-Contaminated Industrial Wipes Rule.
EPA says these products will use half the water of standard urinals.
Restore America's Estuaries is organizing a group of experts to develop a greenhouse gas offset protocol for wetland restoration projects.
A "no flush" logo will be used on packaging for products that don't meet the guidelines.
New enforcement team, random reviews of compliance, and further guidance is expected to curb CO2 emissions.
Foundation slates meeting for December 8 at your desktop.
American Nurses Association links water protection and health.
The California Department of Toxic Substances Control is distributing funds to help clean up lead contaminated property, creating jobs in the process.