The Justice Department and EPA have brokered a deal that will cut sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide and carbon dioxide emissions from Edison's Burger Units 4 and 5 near Shadyside, Ohio.
The company's algae "milking" process promises new efficiencies as part of a combined production cycle, according to OriginOil.
Failure to get appropriate Clean Water Act permits for altering streams will cost Union Pacific Railroad about $31 million in restoration projects and $800,000 in penalties.
Los Angeles County taps into Water Independence Now program through the Water Replenishment District of Southern California.
Det Norske Veritas' review shows that a properly customized GreenCert carbon information management solution will help coal-fired power plants meet EU trading system requirements.
Dow Chemical Company demonstrates its commitment to product safety and public transparency with Web-based PSAs.
NSF Internal develops a new eco-efficiency protocol for validating and verifying these analysis methods, which should help eliminate greenwashing.
DEP suggests residents use bottled water for drinking and preparing food until TDS levels return to normal.
Global compliance may become an issue of supply and demand.
- By Lawrence Goldenhersh
- Aug 11, 2009
Samsung Electronics is named second best in Greenpeace International's June 2009 "Guide to Greener Electronics."
Safety-Kleen motor oil, which is recycled, expands its reach to New England.