Dr. Robert Clearly Receives National Groundwater Association Special Recognition Award
The National Groundwater Association recently announced that the 2015 Special Recognition Award will be presented to the president of Princeton Groundwater, Inc.
Click For More Info EPA Settles Hazardous Waste Storage Violations with Baldwin Hardware and SBD Property Holdings
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently reached a settlement with the former owners and operators of a hardware manufacturing plant in Reading, Pennsylvania.
Click For More Info EPA Awards $4 Million in Grants to Research Water Quality During Droughts
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently announced that it will grant a total of $4 million to four institutions for the purposes of conducting research examining the effects of drought and other extreme events on water quality in watersheds and within drinking water utilities.
Click For More Info Chinese Smog Levels Exceed W.H.O. Particulate Maximums by 50 Times
Smog in Shenyang, China's Liaoning province, on November 8, 2015 reached 50 times the World Health Organization Maximums for Particulates
Click For More Info Obama Administration Formally Rejects Keystone XL Pipeline Proposition
On Friday November 6th 2015 President Barack Obama rejected the proposed Keystone XL pipeline.
Click For More Info Volkswagen Finds Itself in Hot Water with Additional Clean Air Act Violations
The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, together with the California Air Resources Board, has issued the car company a second notice of violation of the Clean Air Act.
Click For More Info SPECTRO Opens Application and Demonstration Laboratory
SPECTRO Analytical Instruments recently announced the opening of a new application and demonstration laboratory in California.
Click For More Info Shimadzu Teams with the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee to Form Interdisciplinary Chemistry Laboratory
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has opened a new laboratory made possible by Shimadzu Scientific Instruments.
Click For More Info U.S EPA Requires ASARCP to Cut Toxic Emissions at 103-Year-Old Arizona Copper Smelter
U.S. EPA recently announced that it is requiring ASARCO to cut toxic emissions at 103-Year-Old Arizona copper smelter and install $150 million in new equipment and pollution control technology.
Click For More Info EPA Extends Comment Period for Proposed Washington State Water Quality Rule
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has extended the comment period by 45 days and will hold virtual public hearings on the rule in December.
Click For More Info Tests in Water-Troubled Flint, Michigan Suggest Lead Issues Across Michigan
State and local officials in Flint recently announced that samples of city water suggest lead issues in water across the state.
Click For More Info USDA Pledges $30 Million toward Vital Wetlands Protection
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has committed to investing $30 million to protect wetlands in six states.
Click For More Info EPA Releases TSCA Assessment Documents for Flame Retardant Chemicals
The EPA released the TSCA Assessment Documents for flame retardant chemicals that are in many household products. Three certain chemicals are being assessed such as TBBPA, Chlorinated Phosphate Esters, and HBCD.
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