The agency has proposed to protect groundwater from potential threats of carbon dioxide injection through the Safe Drinking Water Act.
According to Dr. Brian Durie, the study supports the notion that genetic factors affecting toxin breakdown may be related to the development of myeloma.
A Maryland Department of the Environment and Salisbury University study found that wildlife and dog waste are significant sources of bacteria in the watersheds of eight Anne Arundel County waterways.
Those who want to voluntarily clean up a brownfield site in Ohio may be eligible for discounted insurance through a new state program.
The Association of State Dam Safety Officials will present its dam safety award at the annual conference on Sept. 29.
Annual Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals conference will look at the critical role members play in developing sustainability and preparing for disasters.
The draft public health goal for hexavalent chromium is set at 0.06 parts per billion, according to the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment.
The planned biorefinery will focus on pilot- and commercial-scale development of algae biodiesel.
Phosphorus levels dropped an average of 28 percent in the Huron River after the city of Ann Arbor adopted an ordinance in 2006.
DOE-funded project hopes to determine how to integrate vehicle charging into a smart electric grid at the lowest possible cost.
The American Society of Civil Engineers is asking for feedback on guidelines it developed with AWWA and WEF for the physical security of drinking water and wastewater treatment facilities.
All users of a community water supply must be notified when water is contaminated or there is a threat of contamination, according to the new Illinois law.
MACTEC Engineering and Consulting assembled a design team for the U.S. Forest Service to evaluate the risks and determine mitigating measures to enable safe passage for human traffic and aquatic species in nine National Forests.
Tyson Fresh Meats had agreed to bring its wastewater discharges into compliance at its Dakota City, Neb., facility.
In July, the United States imported 65 percent of its oil, sending about $24 billion to foreign governments.