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  1. EPA Takes Action To Protect Water Quality In Puerto Rico

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced recently that it reached an agreement with Marina PDR Operations, LLC, resolving its alleged failure to apply for and obtain coverage under the 2008 National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Multi-Sector General Permit for its discharges of stormwater runoff from the Marina Puerto Del Rey (Marina PDR) into the Caribbean Sea

  2. HORIBA MIRA Opens £8M Advanced Emissions Test Centre

    A world-leader in advanced engineering, research and product testing - has enhanced its test and engineering capabilities following the official launch of its dedicated Advanced Emissions Test Centre (AETC)

  3. Alain Bérard Named Group EVP Of Camfil's Air Pollution Control Global Unit

    Camfil, a leading global manufacturer of air filtration, dust, mist and fume collection equipment, has appointed Alain Bérard to the position of Group Executive Vice President in charge of the Air Pollution Control (APC) global business unit. In his new role, Bérard is responsible for developing and supporting the growth of the APC unit around the world

  4. Hagens Berman Lawsuit: Fiat Chrysler Knowingly Sold Dodge RAM Trucks With Defect That Causes Reduced MPG, Frequent Costly Repairs And Illegally High Emissions

    A new class-action lawsuit filed against Fiat Chrysler (FCA) and Cummins states that the automaker knowingly sold hundreds of thousands of Dodge RAM 2500 and 3500 trucks equipped with a Cummins engine which has a defect that leads to lower gas mileage, non EPA-compliant emissions levels, and costly and frequent vehicle repairs, according to leading automotive law firm Hagens Berman

  5. Pennsylvania Legislation Introduced To Implement Competitive Procurement For Nutrient Reductions

    Bion Environmental Technologies, Inc. (OTC QB: BNET), a developer of advanced livestock waste treatment and resource recovery technology, announced that the Pennsylvania Clean Water Procurement Act (SB 799) was referred to the Pennsylvania Senate Environmental Resources and Energy Committee.

  6. EPA Awards $513K To Alaska & Washington Tribes To Protect Communities From Diesel Emissions

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Pacific Northwest Office has awarded $512,949 in Diesel Emission Reduction Act (DERA) funding to federally recognized tribes in Alaska and Washington to reduce emissions from diesel stationary generators and marine vessels

  7. Dais Delivers First Environmental Navigator™ System

    Dais Analytic Corporation (OTCQB: DLYT), a commercial nanotechnology materials business selling industry-changing nanomaterial technology into the worldwide water, air and energy markets, announced today that it has delivered its first Environmental Navigator™ System in China and signed up its first new in-country Distributor who has begun selling this new advanced product

  8. Schneider Electric Partners With GSK To Help Suppliers Reduce Carbon Emissions

    Schneider Electric, the global energy and sustainability specialist, today announced a partnership with GSK to manage an online community that gives the healthcare leader's suppliers information and tools to improve environmental performance through energy, water and waste management

  9. CO2 Solutions Announces Partnership With CERT In The NRG COSIA Carbon Xprize Competition

    CO2 Solutions Inc. (or the "Corporation") (TSXV: CST) is pleased to announce that Team CERT, a multidisciplinary team of over 15 researchers based at the University of Toronto and led by Professor Ted Sargent, will partner with CO2 Solutions in the XPRIZE competition

  10. Community Choice Energy Programs Projected To Generate At Least 8,400 New Jobs And $845M In Local Economic Growth In San Joaquin Valley By 2024

    A study released recently by the Center for Climate Protection and Fosterra Clean Energy Consulting finds that California’s San Joaquin Valley could enjoy significant economic benefits by establishing Community Choice Energy (CCE) programs and pursuing local renewable energy projects