Current Headlines

  1. Ball Aerospace Delivers Pollution Monitoring Instrument To NASA

    Ball Aerospace has delivered the Tropospheric Emissions: Monitoring of Pollution (TEMPO) spectrometer to NASA after a successful final acceptance review

  2. Ingevity Begins Production At New Activated Carbon Extrusion Plant In Changshu, China

    Ingevity Corporation has begun production at its newly constructed, state-of-the-art activated carbon extrusion plant in Changshu, China

  3. Leonardo Academy Awarded $494,503 Grant For Diesel Emissions Reduction Project In Kansas City Metro

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded a $494,503 grant to the Leonardo Academy in Madison, Wisconsin, to aid the organization in reducing diesel emissions and exposure in the Kansas City metropolitan area

  4. City Of Beverly Hills Vehicles Run Smoothly With Renewable Diesel

    The second generation of biofuels and renewable diesel is here, but what does that mean for Beverly Hills fleet manager Craig Crowder? For Crowder and his fleet of 445 vehicles, it means better performance, reduced maintenance, and a more sustainable way to serve the city

  5. American Society Of Landscape Architects Lauds Fourth National Climate Assessment And Calls For Action To Promote Resilience In Built And Natural Environments

    The following statement was issued by Nancy Somerville, Hon. ASLA, SITES AP, executive vice president and CEO of the American Society of Landscape Architects, in response to the release by the federal government of the Fourth National Climate Assessment

  6. Xcel Energy Aims For Zero-Carbon Electricity By 2050

    Xcel Energy, a national leader in renewable energy, rolled out a clean energy vision today in Denver that will deliver 100 percent carbon-free electricity to customers by 2050

  7. Eaton Hosts EPA Officials, Shows Latest Emissions, eMobility Technologies

    Power management company Eaton recently hosted a group of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) officials on its Southfield, Michigan, campus to meet with key Eaton technology leaders to learn about light-, medium- and heavy-duty vehicle innovations that reduce emissions and improve fuel economy

  8. Leander Independent School District Adds 24 New Blue Bird Propane Buses To Existing Fleet

    Students at Leander Independent School District will be riding to school in new Blue Bird Vision Propane buses this month, thanks to grants from Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ)

  9. SECUR Helps Generators Of Hazardous And Radioactive Wastes Reduce Their Carbon Footprint

    With the recent release of a major new report on the potentially devastating environmental and economic impacts of climate change in the United States, many companies are looking for new ways to reduce their carbon footprint

  10. Stanley Black & Decker Commits To Combatting Plastic Pollution

    Stanley Black & Decker (NYSE: SWK) has joined with leading businesses and governments to sign The New Plastics Economy Global Commitment, an initiative of The Ellen MacArthur Foundation and United Nations Environment Programme