Environmental Protection

  • Klaus Reichardt says California is leading the way for the United States in terms of water conservation. California Turns Water into a Learning Opportunity

    It was recently reported that California is using 31 percent less water today than it did in 2013. When you think about it, this milestone is actually part of a number of amazing developments in reducing the state's water consumption.

  • Volume 1 covers events leading up to the explosion and fire, and volume 2 contains critical technical analyses of the blowout preventer DOJ Files BP's Settlement Agreement

    The agreement exceeds $20 billion and contains billions of dollars in claim settlement funds for five states, Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced. "Once approved by the court, this agreement will launch one of the largest environmental restoration efforts the world has ever seen," she said.

  • Light weight and easy to handle, the CCFRPM pipe awaits installation in a remote area. Naches-Selah Irrigation District Upgrades System

    The Naches and its tributaries drain a portion of the eastern side of the Cascade Range, east of Mount Rainier and northeast of Mount Adams. In terms of discharge, the Naches River is the largest tributary of the Yakima River.

  • EPA Strengthens Ozone Standards

    The standards will tighten the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for ground-level ozone to 70 parts per billion, down from from 75 ppb, in order to protect public health. Depending on the severity of their ozone problem, areas would have until between 2020 and 2037 to meet the standards.

  • Green floors are growing in popularity. (Tornado Industries photo) Changes Ahead in Flooring

    While they may not necessarily find their way into industrial locations, other floor types that are becoming more common today are what we could call "green" floors, mainly because they are made from more sustainable materials.

  • Milwaukee Milwaukee Treatment Plant Passes Visitor Milestone

    More than 20,000 visitors have toured the Jones Island Water Reclamation Facility, which Veolia manages and operates as part of its private-public partnership with the Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District.

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