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  1. River Pollution Alert Service Extended

    An online service updating the public on major pollution incidents in 6 London boroughs has been extended from today to cover another 16 areas of the capital and large parts of the northern Home Counties

  2. Metropolitan, Sanitation Districts Launch New Water Recycling Demonstration Plant To Develop New Local Water Source

    In a major step toward the potential construction of one of the largest water recycling plants in the nation, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County were joined recently by federal, state and local water leaders to celebrate the start of operations at the Regional Recycled Water Advanced Purification Center

  3. Scientists Report On Carbon Footprint Reduction Of Low-Emissions Cement And Carbonated Concrete During International Congress On The Chemistry Of Cement

    Researchers from Solidia Technologies, LafargeHolcim (France), andtheU.S. Federal Highway Administration(FHWA) presented results of tests on a new cement that lowers carbon emissions during production and gains strength through carbonation during the 15th International Congress on the Chemistry of Cement (ICCC)

  4. CalBio And Bloom Energy To Generate Renewable Electricity From Dairy Waste

    Bloom Energy and California Bioenergy LLC (CalBio), recently announced a collaboration to deploy the companies’ commercial solution for the conversion of dairy waste into renewable electricity without combustion

  5. EPA Helps Upgrade Albuquerque Diesel-Powered Trucks, Protecting Future Generations And Improving Air quality

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently awarded $909,697 to the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico to replace 14 diesel-powered trucks with new trucks that meet 2019 EPA emissions standards

  6. Trump Administration Sued For Failing To Protect Hawaii’s Cauliflower Coral

    The Center for Biological Diversity sued the Trump administration today for failing to protect cauliflower coral around the Hawaiian Islands. The bushy, shallow-water coral species has been devastated by ocean warming triggered by human-caused climate change

  7. Two CEMEX Cement Plants Earn EPA's 2019 Energy Star Certification

    CEMEX USA, a building materials company that provides high-quality products and reliable service to customers and communities across the U.S., today announced two of its cement plants—Miami and Brooksville South—achieved the United States' Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) ENERGY STAR® Certification for 2019, recognizing CEMEX's efforts in energy efficiency and sustainability

  8. Farmers Step Forward To Draw Down Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide On More Than 10 Million Acres

    Indigo Agriculture, a company dedicated to harnessing nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet, announces that farmers have submitted more than 10M acres of cropland to The Terraton Initiative, a global effort to draw down atmospheric carbon dioxide through agricultural soils

  9. California Will Hit Climate Targets More Than 100 Years Too Late If Current Pace Of Emissions Reductions Holds

    California will meet its 2030 climate targets more than three decades late, in 2061, and could be more than 100 years late in meeting its 2050 target if the average rate of emissions reductions from the past year hold steady, according to a new study tracking more than a decade of environmental and economic indicators in the Golden State

  10. Evoqua Announces Acquisition Of Majority Stake In Frontier Water

    Evoqua Water Technologies recently announced a majority investment position in San Diego-based Frontier Water Systems, LLC.