Environmental Protection

  • Pennsylvania Funding Restored Based on Clean Water Plan

    "Pennsylvania was not on track to meet nutrient reduction targets, and EPA made clear in 2015 that it would withhold funding due to that lack of progress. DEP worked with our sister agencies and wrote a plan that will put us on track," said DEP Secretary John Quigley.

  • DOE Ups Investment in Electric Vehicle Infrastructure

    These technologies will decrease carbon emissions and support DOE's EV Everywhere Grand Challenge to make plug-in electric vehicles as affordable to own and operate as gasoline-powered vehicles by 2022.

  • The two companies plan to merge in an all-stock transaction, with Waste Connections Inc. shareholders owning 70 percent of the combined company Big Merger Announced in Solid Waste Field

    Texas-based Waste Connections, Inc. and Toronto-based Progressive Waste Solutions Ltd. are merging in an all-stock transaction. The combined company will bear the Waste Connections name.

  • The January 2016 final rule from NOAA will allow aquaculture operations in federal waters of the Gulf of Mexico. New Rule Greenlights Aquaculture in Gulf of Mexico Federal Waters

    "While this framework is the first of its kind in federal waters, the states already support many successful and thriving aquaculture operations in their waters," said Eileen Sobeck, assistant NOAA administrator for fisheries. "Allowing this type of seafood production will not only reduce U.S. dependency on imports, but also provide a domestic source of sustainable fish protein and create jobs."

  • The time is right to begin looking beyond the tailpipe and instead consider the full life cycle emissions of vehicles. Beyond the Tailpipe to Considering Life Cycle Emissions

    The time is right to begin looking beyond the tailpipe and instead consider the full life cycle emissions of vehicles. The trend is not unlike what has happened in the construction industry over the last several years.

  • The study found that more than half of the surveyed home builders are building at least 16 percent of their new homes green. Two Rooftop Solar Companies Leaving Nevada

    Sunrun and SolarCity both announced this week that new rules adopted by Gov. Brian Sandoval's Public Utilities Commission have caused them to leave Las Vegas (and the rest of the Silver State).

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