The agency shares data on coal ash sites, including ownership, location, hazard potential, and dates of last regulatory or company assessment.
DOE is paying out $644,000 for research on sequestering carbon dioxide in shallow formations to the Missouri University of Science and Technology.
Scientists say their study shows that contaminants from natural coal deposits are not easily bioavailable but those from crude oil are and can account for the continuing degradation off the coast of Alaska.
Companies offer integrated technology and communication to help shape projects and request grants from the DOE's Smart Grid Investment Grant Program.
The Vander Lans treatment facility, 100-percent recycled water for barrier protection, and recycled water for replenishment should help the Water Replenishment District meets its goals.
The researchers are looking into the effectiveness of stream restoration activities and associations between total dissolved solids and aquatic benthic macroinvertebrates.
Water Research Foundation gives grant to company to determine better pretreatment processes for reverse osmosis desalination.
Delft, Rutgers and Columbia university students took the top places in the New Generation Competition, which will be celebrated Sept. 9 and 10 at H209 in Jersey City, N.J.
Operations managers in the water and wastewater industry are looking for ways to be more efficient. Wireless remote monitoring can provide one option for corrosion control using existing supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) networks and automation.
Using the right strategies, microalgae can be used as broad spectrum automated biosense systems for monitoring source drinking water, the study shows.
These standard reference materials are useful for soil analyses performed by various commercial, government, and university laboratories.
Johns Hopkins School suggests the European Union may want to consider revising its test approaches to cut costs.