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  • EPA awards $650,000 to the new Mexico environment department

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded $650,000 to the New Mexico Environment Department (NMED). These funds will be used by NMED for long-term cleanup activities at the North Railroad Avenue Plume Superfund site in Espanola, New Mexico. NMED proposes to continue the cleanup of chlorinated solvent contaminated ground water, and will assign a long-term contractor to implement the ...

  • Today is World Water Day!

    Every day, water scarcity drives more and more companies to develop green policies regarding water utilization. Although it is a big improvement for the environment is not exempt from challenges for the RO/UF systems. Kurita and its new biofilm control agent, Kuriverter IK-110, assurance the good performance of the membranes, reducing CIP and restoring and maintaining the permeate flow.  ...


    By Kurita

  • IECA Mountain States Chapter Annual Conference Denver, CO

    Are you involved in stormwater management, sediment and erosion control, reclamation, restoration, design, engineering, water quality, regulations, and inspections? If so than you should join Nilex at this year's IECA Mountain States Chapter Annual Conference on November 10th featuring Barry Fagan presenting on Green, Gray or Purple, It’s all Infrastructure; Thomas Parker presenting on ...


    By Nilex

  • University of New Orleans Foundation is awarded nearly US$1 million from EPA for the lake pontchartrain basin restoration program

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded US$950,000 to the University of New Orleans Research and Tech Foundation to reduce sewer-related pollution, provide water quality educational outreach, and improve water quality in the Pontchartrain Basin. Project activities include implementing sewer collection and drinking water distribution systems, minimizing the amount of pollutants and ...

  • Walgrave & Grewe Publish Article on Duluth Flood Restoration

    Jeremy Walgrave and Nick Grewe of LimnoTech’s Midwestern Regional office have published an article titled “Mission Creek: Flood Risk Reduction and Streambank Restoration” in the September/October 2014 issue of Land and Water Magazine. The article discusses LimnoTech’s work in the Mission Creek trout stream area in Duluth, MN, following massive flooding in ...


    By LimnoTech Inc.

  • Invitation: Building with Nature Congress 2015

    On November 11, 2015 Ecoshape is organizing the conference 'Building the Future'. Wetlands International is co-organising workshop 2 on mangrove restoration. Be inspired by the latest developments on Building with Nature and register now! Speakers Tineke Netelenbos (Wadden Sea Ports), Henk Ovink (Water Envoy) and Roeland Hillen (HWBP2) give their vision on Building with ...


    By Wetlands International

  • ADB, Manila Water to conduct study to restore pasig river to full health

    The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Manila Water Company Inc. are funding an assessment of the wastewater and sanitation needs along the eastern side of the Pasig River, Manila's polluted main waterway. ADB is considering providing Manila Water with a private-sector project loan to fund implementation of a wastewater treatment system once the study is completed. The 27-kilometer-long Pasig ...


    By Asian Development Bank

  • New Mexico works to fight climate change in fisheries

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded $171,897 to the New Mexico Environment Department to restore, protect and enhance water quality for Jaramillo Creek in North-central New Mexico. The project is a river restoration endeavor which will reduce temperature and sediment, allowing the river to be used as a coldwater fishery. Climate change is an integral part of ecosystems and ...

  • Recognizing Quality in Water Quality Trading

      (WASHINGTON, DC.) – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is seeking nominations for the Blue Ribbon Water Quality Trading Awards Program. The awards will recognize outstanding leadership in designing or implementing water quality trading programs and policies that have achieved or will achieve environmental and economic benefits. EPA's Water Quality Trading Policy offers participants a tool to ...

  • Great Lakes Restoration initiative funding improves water quality at Northeast Ohio Beaches

    Great Lakes beaches were open 94 percent of the time last summer, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2012 BEACH report. “The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative is improving water quality so that people can enjoy more days at Northeast Ohio beaches,” said Susan Hedman, EPA’s Regional Administrator / Great Lakes National Program Manager. “Great ...

  • Polluted Sites and Soils : From Diagnostic to Restoration

    The 6th edition of Intersol will take place in Paris, on March 2007, under the aegis of the ECE-UN and of the French Ministry of Industry. As regards to the policy for the management of a polluted site, the current concern is to reduce and even eliminate the impact of pollution on people, water resources, the ecosystems and properties.Pollution control is therefore a question of industrial ...


    By Intersol

  • Great Lakes Restoration initiative funding improves water quality at Milwaukee area beaches

    Great Lakes beaches were open 94 percent of the time last summer, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2012 BEACH report. “The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative is improving water quality so that people can enjoy more days at Milwaukee area beaches,” said Susan Hedman, EPA’s Regional Administrator / Great Lakes National Program Manager. “Great ...

  • EPA Region 7 Seeks Public Comment on River des Peres Proposal

    EPA Region 7 is requesting public comment on a proposed decision to restore a portion of the River des Peres in metropolitan St. Louis to the list of impaired waters for Missouri. The Agency found the river segment inadvertently omitted from Missouri’s impaired waters submittal. EPA previously approved Missouri’s listing of 253 waters as impaired, and the removal of 66 water bodies ...

  • Colorado River Sewer System Joint Venture to Upgrade Wastewater System

    Today, the Colorado River Sewer System Joint Venture, located in Parker, Ariz. entered into an agreement with the EPA to upgrade their wastewater treatment system to meet stringent water quality standards. The cost of the upgrade is approximately $100,000. The upgrades include the design and construction of a new artificial wetlands treatment system. The artificial wetlands will be capable of ...

  • Kriti LIMS being Implemented by Central Laboratory at Kerala state Pollution Control Board, India

    Kerala State Pollution Control Board has the task of striking the delicate balance between environmental sustainability and industrial progress. The Board was initially entrusted with the responsibility of controlling water pollution and restoring and maintaining the wholesomeness of water bodies in the State. The responsibilities have widened over the years and now include implementation of ...


    By KRITISOFT

  • Groundwater Solutions: Innovating to Address Emerging Issues for Groundwater Resources – August 8-9th, 2017

    Westbay, along with distributor, Earth Data Northeast, will be exhibiting at the NGWA “Groundwater Solutions: Innovating to Address Emerging Issues for Groundwater Resources” symposium on August 8 – 9th, 2017 in Arlington, Virginia. The Symposium will identify real solutions to large dilute groundwater plumes, emerging contaminants in ...


    By Westbay Instruments

  • Cache Water Restoration Project

    IEI has been awarded the contract to design and install a SCADA type system for the Cache Water Resoration Project in Logan Utah.  The system will include multiple sites that measure and report flow data, as well as, a few sites that will require the control of gates and valves.  We will be installing the Campbell Scientific micro control system with a 900 MHz radio as the telemetry ...

  • Great Lakes Restoration initiative funding improves water quality at Northwest Indiana Beaches

    Great Lakes beaches were open 94 percent of the time last summer, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s 2012 BEACH report. “The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative is improving water quality so that people can enjoy more days at Northwest Indiana beaches,” said Susan Hedman, EPA’s Regional Administrator / Great Lakes National Program Manager. “Great ...

  • EPA Offers $8.5 Million to U.S. Great Lakes Shoreline cities for green infrastructure projects

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has invited the 22 largest U.S. Great Lakes shoreline cities to apply for Great Lakes Restoration Initiative funding for green infrastructure projects that will improve Great Lakes water quality. “These Great Lakes Restoration Initiative grants will be used for green infrastructure projects to reduce urban runoff and sewer overflows that foul ...

  • Tetra Tech Awarded $22 Million Abandoned Mine Site Remediation Program

    Tetra Tech, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTEK) announced today that it has been awarded a $22.4 million program to remediate and restore a 280-acre copper mine site in Elko County, Nevada. The Rio Tinto Mine site includes a former copper mine and associated mill, heap leach pads, and tailings from a mine operated between 1932 and 1976. Tetra Tech will remove mine tailings from the ...


    By Tetra Tech

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