Supplier News

  1. California Utilities Issue Draft Solicitation For Dairy Biomethane Pilot Projects

    Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas), San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and Southwest Gas jointly issued a draft solicitation yesterday for dairy biomethane pilot projects under California Senate Bill (SB) 1383

  2. MPCA Posts PolyMet Draft Water Quality Permit And Section 401 Certification

    The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has informed Poly Met Mining Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of PolyMet Mining Corp. (together “PolyMet” or the “company”) – that it has posted the draft water quality permit and draft Section 401 Certification and supporting permit documentation on its website for the NorthMet copper-nickel-precious metals project

  3. Virginia Receives $1.175M EPA Grant For Environmental Projects, Priorities

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recently announced a $1,175,091 performance partnership grant to the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to support continuing environmental programs and priorities

  4. PG&E Launches New Program To Accelerate Electric Vehicle Adoption In Northern And Central California

    To help accelerate the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs) in California, Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) recently launched its new EV Charge Network program

  5. Dow And The U.S. Green Building Council Work Together To Support Sustainable Cities And Promote Energy Efficiency

    Dow Building Solutions, a global business unit of DowDuPont Specialty Products division, recently introduced a collaboration with the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) to deliver solutions that contribute to building more sustainable communities and cities

  6. PIA Announces Partnership With Utah Clean Air

    Printing Industries of America’s Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) Affairs Department and Printing Industries of Utah (PIU), now part of Pacific Printing Industries (PPI) Association, are pleased to announce a new partnership with the Utah Clean Air Partnership (UCAIR)

  7. Chassis Brakes International Brings New Technology To Detroit

    Chassis Brakes International, one of the world's largest manufacturers of automotive brake systems and components, will present a broad range of current and future braking technology for its customers during this year's North American International Auto Show in Detroit

  8. New Ways To Capture The Power Of Urban Trees To Reduce Pollution

    The Center for Watershed Protection announced recently it has developed a groundbreaking new method to account for the capacity of trees planted in urban areas to reduce runoff pollution. The Center has used that model to develop two tree planting credits — a pollutant load reduction credit and a stormwater performance-based credit.

  9. DNA Uncovers Humans As The Main Source Of Faecal Pollution In The Danube

    Despite wastewater management and treatment plants, human waste remains the main source of microbial faecal pollution in the river Danube. This is the most notable finding of a comprehensive analysis of faecal pollution in the Danube.

  10. New Technology Reduces Carbon Footprint By 84,344 Tons

    Gutterglove announces that its multi-patented technology has resulted in significant reductions of atmosphere released carbon dioxide and solid waste