Supplier News

  1. Kenilworth Sewage Treatment Plant Goes Green

    Unitywater’s Kenilworth sewage treatment plant (STP) can now boast its green credentials, with the installation of solar panels and a floating wetland at the site.

  2. Government Of Canada And Province Of Nova Scotia Join Forces To Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions

    The Government of Canada is committed to protecting the environment and working with partners to fight climate change and foster a greener economy

  3. New And Improved Clean Water And Wastewater Systems For Manitobans

    Investing in modern reliable water infrastructure is vital to building healthy communities, preserving waterways and supporting sustainable economic growth

  4. A Small Number Of Leaky Natural Gas Wells Produce Large Emissions Of Greenhouse Gases

    Wells that extract natural gas from underground often leak large amounts of methane, a powerful greenhouse gas, into the air

  5. BIER Further Evolves Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Sector Guidance

    The Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable (BIER) has made further enhancements and additions to the Beverage Industry Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Sector Guidance (4.0) published in December 2018

  6. CRU: Carbon Capture And Storage In China

    Carbon capture and storage (CCS) could potentially help China to achieve its long term carbon dioxide (CO2) emission target, whilst also supporting coal demand

  7. Boxed Water Signs Deal With Creamline NYC To Reduce Plastic Pollution

    Boxed Water Is Better®, a company that provides an alternative to plastic bottles by producing pure water in 100% recyclable and paper-based cartons, today announced a new contract with New York-based Creamline

  8. Montana Court Strikes Down Water Pollution Permit For Montanore Mine, Protecting Clean Water And Native Fish

    A Montana District Court judge has invalidated the water permit for the Montanore Mine , a proposed silver-copper mine that would have bored beneath the Cabinet Mountains Wilderness in Montana.

  9. Protest Challenges Trump’s Fossil-Fuel Expansion Plan Threatening Southwestern Colorado

    Conservation groups protested a Trump administration plan today that would expand federal fossil-fuel development in southwestern Colorado, threatening climate, wildlife and recreation

  10. Can We Reuse Polluted Water? Yes, Add Bacteria

    Drilling a single oil or natural gas well with hydraulic fracturing requires between 1.5 to 16 million gallons of water. When the well starts flowing, the fluid that is brought back to the surface alongside the oil and gas is a combination of the injected fluid and brine from aquifers – a difficult-to-treat mixture known as produced water.