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.
ChemSec and Clean Production Action feature companies such as Apple and Sony in a report on lowering the use of toxic substances in electronic products.
Lawyers refer claims to a consolidated suit in federal court.
New York Gov. David A. Paterson announced $3.5 million for innovative water quality projects in the North Country through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.
Applied Cleantech and Qteros have developed Q Microbe technology, which transforms municipal wastewater solids material into automobile fuel.
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.
The Boxer-Kerry "Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act" would authorize EPA's WaterSense program, among other things.
Discharges from the Agana and Northern District wastewater treatment plants exceeded Territorial water quality standards for bacteria.
Will Congress get in step with Europe and pass a cap-and-trade law to stem greenhouse gases?
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.
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