New company will offer lifecycle performance at best cost for municipal and industrial water and air applications.
The St. Peters, Mo.-based facility became the latest VPP star site, OSHA's highest recognition for meeting or exceeding workplace safety and health standards.
A Dow-supported University of Michigan study of dioxin exposure, which was well done, presented several issues that limited its utility for application to the Tittabawassee River and Saginaw River and Bay, EPA said.
EPA Administrator says the agency will be working to strengthen current Toxic Substances Control Act regulations while Congress is considering new legislation.
Using lasers and sensors, a team of researchers has demonstrated a new method of identifying nitric oxide.
The funds will be used to assess and clean up leaks from underground petroleum storage tanks.
The course can help businesses access the federal purchasing system and position themselves to compete for the commercial opportunities
The complaint seeks to stop the authority from discharging untreated sewage into the Lackawanna River.
EPA is using a multidisciplinary approach in its laboratories to determine how manufactured nanomaterials may harm human health and the environment.
A disinfectant spill in 2007 and a violation of its NPDES in 2004 resulted in a $14,000 fine to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.
Bernie Rosenthal explains Reaction Design's connection to the Department of Energy and how chemical kinetics modeling can help companies improve efficiency and lower emissions.
- By L.K. Williams, EPonline
Japanese researchers measured oseltamivir carboxylate concentrations in sewage treatment plant wastewater.
Hampton Roads Sanitation District must develop a regional plan to ensure its sewer system has adequate capacity for storm flows and pay a $900,000 civil penalty.
EPA recommends minimizing dust, washing, and vacuuming to lower exposure to caulk that may contain polychlorinated biphenyls in buildings 31 years old or older.