The Environmental Protection Agency is moving forward without an evidentiary hearing to implement the agency's May 2009 final rule revoking tolerances, or residue limits, for the pesticide carbofuran.
Security door manufacturer steps up production to protect against copper theft.
Oregon State University's Todd Jarvis says the unitization concept, which requires cooperation, may work to protect groundwater usage and supply.
Legislators approved the increase in funding through the Land and Water Conservation Act Stateside Assistance Program for 2010.
Blacksmith Institute report highlights top 12 cleanups and successes from around the world.
Technion-Israel Institute of Technology scientists have developed a lighter weight, longer lasting battery that could be made even more powerful and rechargeable.
DOJ lodges consent decree against the city and county of San Francisco for Transit Authority's failure to comply with the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act's underground storage tank rules.
The Algal Biomass Organization said it believes the provisions will strengthen the algae industry and promote development and commercialization of algae-based fuels.
The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences gathered scientists on Oct. 6 to begin an integrated research initiative that will enable a comprehensive assessment of possible health effects.
Heavy rains, accidental opening of a valve release an estimated 130,000 gallons of untreated, diluted wastewater into the creek.
Sandia Laboratory and others will study microbial genes in arid grasslands.
Scientists in Switzerland say up to 35 percent of the total nanosilver in tested fabrics was released, mostly in the first wash.
As a precaution, EPA alerted West Virginia and Ohio officials of its concerns related to the Philip Sporn facility.
USGS report credits efficiency, technology for lower water usage results.
The agency wants owners, operators, developers and contractors to complete questionnaires about current stormwater management practices.
Mitsubishi, Panasonic, Sharp, and Toshiba TVs to be recycled free of charge.
Black & Veatch is providing design work that should enhance Chesapeake Bay water quality, save energy.
Teams designed a secondary treatment upgrade entry and a constructed environs entry using green infrastructure and low impact design methods.
State officials are giving retailers more time to comply with water bottle requirements.