Although most respondents are unsure recycled materials actually get recycled, younger generations have not lost faith.
As increased energy consumption cancels increased energy efficiency efforts, the future of global water sources seem to be taking a different path.
How do we battle agricultural pests without putting our workers at toxic risk? A new California cross-sector group is working toward the answers.
Earlier this year, the EPA announced that it is changing the ways citizens can appeal EPA-issued pollution permits. Now, citizens may not be able to appeal at all.
Like the case in Flint, Mich., residents of Newark, NJ, cannot trust their tap water sources for fear of lead poisoning, and the city has been asked to provide—first filters, now bottles of water.
Coeur Alaska will pay just over half a million for three separate violations and a fire for discharge violations that took place at the Kensington gold mine.
For the first time, EPA will be requesting competitive applications for GLRI funding for trash-free water project grants in the Great Lakes
Monitoring for noise, dust, vibration and harmful emissions makes it possible to manage the impact of the construction site.
The division has proposed regulating methyl bromide by establishing an Acceptable Ambient Level because the lack of specific federal or state regulatory measures for the use of methyl bromide, a hazardous air pollutant, creates a potential public health risk.
After it has been determined what waste water reuse options are physically possible and affordable, the viability determination isn't over until the regulatory, environmental, and social impacts have been determined.