Current Headlines

  1. Aclima & Google Scale Air Quality Mapping To More Places Around The World

    Recently, Google and Aclima, a San Francisco company that measures and maps hyperlocal air quality and climate emissions at block-by-block resolution, announced plans to scale and integrate Aclima’s mobile sensing platform into Google’s global fleet of Street View vehicles starting with 50 cars

  2. Manchester, New Hampshire Municipal Waste Incinerator To Reduce Mercury Emissions Under Settlement With United State

    The City of Manchester, N.H., will install equipment to limit the amount of mercury pollution emitted from a city-owned incinerator under an agreement between the city, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Justice

  3. Bloom Energy To Preview Highly-Efficient Solution For Generating Clean Electricity From Landfill, Waste Water And Agricultural Biogas At California Climate Action Summit

    Bloom Energy will preview a new high-efficiency, Bloom Energy Server-based solution for generating clean electricity from waste biogas at the Bay Area Air Quality Management District Climate Tech Marketplace, which is an affiliate event of the Global Climate Action Summit in San Francisco on September 13th.

  4. Super Pollutant Day Showcases How Cutting All Climate Pollutants Is Critical To Ensuring A Safe, Stable Climate

    As the world gathers for the Global Climate Action Summit, tomorrow’s Super Pollutant Day will spotlight actions we can take now to bolster the reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions with cuts in climate “super pollutants,” like methane, black carbon, and HFCs

  5. Fuel Tech Awarded Air Pollution Control Orders Totaling $15.8 M

    Fuel Tech, Inc., a technology company providing advanced engineering solutions for the optimization of combustion systems, emissions control and water treatment in utility and industrial applications, recently announced the receipt of multiple air pollution control (APC) contracts from customers in the US and China 

  6. Roskill: Magnesium Compounds Industry Turned Around By China Supply Disruptions In 2018

    Robust Chinese government anti-pollution measures reaching out across the country's mining industry from early 2017 and into 2018 prompted the closure of many magnesia calcination and fusion plants

  7. DeepGreen Lends Vessel To Support Historic Ocean Plastic Cleanup

    DeepGreen is proud to contribute to the health of our oceans by being a part of The Ocean Cleanup (TOC) project to remove plastics from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, in the central Pacific, over the next five years

  8. PC Construction, Stantec, And Hazen And Sawyer Selected As Design-Build Team For Piscataway WRRF Bio-Energy Facility

    The design-build team of PC Construction, Stantec, and Hazen and Sawyer recently announced it has been selected to design and construct the first phase of Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission’s (WSSC) $250M Piscataway Water Resource Recovery Facility (WRRF) Bio-Energy Project in Prince George’s County, Maryland

  9. Planning A Graceful Exit For Coal: RMI Launches First Global Playbook To Minimize Stranded Assets

    Coal-fired power generation is in structural decline, driven both by regulatory pressure to curb pollution and by stiff market competition from cheap renewables and natural gas

  10. Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard Now Accepting Cases For Willowbrook Families Concerned About Toxic Emissions Released From Sterigenics International

    Salvi, Schostok & Pritchard announced today the firm is now investigating on behalf of multiple clients potential claims against Sterigenics International and whether the Willowbrook-based company’s toxic emissions could lead to serious health issues