WQA Addresses Drinking Water Crisis in Flint
The Water Quality Association (WQA) is offering facts and tips about treating for lead contamination in order to address the drinking water crisis in Flint, Michigan.
Click For More Info PITTCON Calls for 2017 Award Nominations in Analytical Chemistry and Applied Spectroscopy
PITTCON is now accepting nominations for 2017 awards in the areas of analytical chemistry and applied spectroscopy.
Click For More Info Registration is Now Open for The AWWA 2016 ACE
Registration is now open for the American Water Works Association’s 2016 Annual Conference and Exposition to be held June 19-22 in Chicago.
Click For More Info SoCal Gas Co. Methane Leak Spreads Across San Fernando Valley
The Southern California Gas Company methane leak now appears to be spreading away from Porter Ranch and extending its reach across L.A.’s San Fernando Valley.
Click For More Info QED Environmental Systems Acquires Landtec North America, Inc. and Geotechnical Instruments (U.K.) Limited
Graco Inc., the parent company of QED Environmental Systems, Inc., has announced the finalized acquisition of Geotechnical Instruments (UK) Limited and Landtec North America.
Click For More Info G. Lufft Mess– Und Regeltechnik GmbH Agrees to Acquisition by Hach Company Affiliate
An agreement was signed in December of 2015 whereby Ott Hydromet GmbH, an affiliate of Hach Company and manufacturer of measuring technology for hydrology and meteorology, will acquire G. Lufft Mess– Und Regeltechnik GmbH in a share purchase agreement.
Click For More Info The American Public Works Association has Commended House Bipartisan Passage of a Bill to Block the Waters of the U.S. Rule (WOTUS)
The American Public Works Association (APWA) has commended the bipartisan passage of the U.S. House of Representatives’ bill, (S.J. Res. 22), a resolution blocking the U.S. EPA and Army Corps of Engineers’ proposed rule, known as “Definition of ‘Waters of the United States’ Under the Clean Water Act.”
Click For More Info EPA Finds Puna Geothermal Venture Violated Clean Air Act
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced a settlement with Puna Geothermal over Clean Air Act violations at its geothermal energy plant in Hawaii.
Click For More Info IFAT Fully Booked Again
The global fair, IFAT, is now fully booked and has experienced such a high demand from those wishing to exhibit that it is now taking wait list applicants for some sections of the fair.
Click For More Info Governor Snyder Activates National Guard in Flint, Michigan
Governor Rick Snyder has activated the Michigan National Guard and has asked for the federal government’s help in response to the city of Flint’s drinking water crisis.
Click For More Info California Governor Declares State of Emergency Due to Massive Methane Leak
California Governor Brown has declared a state of emergency after Southern California Gas Company methane leak has revealed itself to be a BP oil spill land equivalent.
Click For More Info EPA Pesticide Program Comment Period Extention
The EPA has extended the comment period for its proposed Pesticide Application Certification Rule.
Click For More Info West Virginia Residents to be Protected from Ohio River Oil Spills by EPA Settlement
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently settled with Koppers Inc. to prevent oil spills into the Ohio river from its West Virginia facility.
Click For More Info Aloha Petroleum Must Improve Oil Spill Containment, According to EPA Mandate
The company must improve its containment measures to comply with the Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act
Click For More Info AWWA Praises Water Infrastructure Finance Improvement
The American Water Works Association recently lauded members of a U.S. House-Senate Conference for agreeing to improve the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act.
Click For More Info EPA Settles Chemical Safety Violations with Owner, Operator of Six Natural Gas Processing Plants
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has settled with five natural gas operations for their environmental violations.
Click For More Info EPA settles underground storage tank violations at RFK Stadium
The EPA has fined The District of Columbia Department of General Services $10,000 for violations of underground storage tank regulations at the Robert F. Kennedy Stadium.
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