Supplier News

  1. Landscape Architects Outline Blueprint For Healthy, Climate-Smart, Environmentally Resilient Communities

    Climate change is intensifying the negative impacts of standard development practices and is putting people and communities across the United Sates at risk

  2. Evoqua Agrees To Acquire ProAct Services, Leading Provider Of Environmental Treatment Solutions And Services

    Evoqua Water Technologies Corp. recently announced one of its wholly-owned subsidiaries has signed a definitive agreement to purchase ProAct Services Corporation (“ProAct Services”), a provider of on-site treatment services of contaminated water in all 50 states from private equity firm Hammond, Kennedy, Whitney & Company Inc. and members of management, for $132M

  3. Clean Energy Provides Grant Application Support For 168 Near Zero RNG Trucks

    Clean Energy Fuel Corp. has facilitated the filing of grant applications for 168 heavy-duty trucks equipped with the latest near zero engine technology and powered by Clean Energy’s Redeem renewable natural gas, which will contribute to lowering emissions on Southern California roads, thanks to funding made available by the Carl Moyer Grant Program

  4. Sprint Tests Robot EV Chargers In New York To Lower CO2 Emissions

    Sprint (NYSE: S) together with Adaptive Motion Group (AMG) has responded to New York City's call to reduce CO2 emissions debuting the "Mobi" self-driving robot – designed to charge electric buses, cars and industrial vehicles

  5. DANNAR Partners With The San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District To Deploy Zero-Emission Off-Road Equipment At The Port Of Stockton

    DANNAR, a leader in zero-emission off-road technologies, is partnering with the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District to deploy the first Mobile Power Stations (MPS) in California at the Port of Stockton

  6. Occidental Petroleum And White Energy To Study Feasibility Of Capturing CO2 For Use In Enhanced Oil Recovery Operations

    Occidental Petroleum Corporation and White Energy announced recently that they have agreed to evaluate the economic feasibility of a carbon capture, utilization and storage project

  7. Auto Alliance Cautions Governor About Imposing California Emission Standards On Coloradans

     Gov. John Hickenlooper signed an executive order today that commits Colorado to adopting California's low emission vehicle (LEV) standards. In response to this development, the Auto Alliance released the following statement

  8. U.S. EPA Reaches Agreement With Herzog Wine Cellars To Prevent Unlawful Wastewater Discharges

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced an agreement with Herzog Wine Cellars over violations of the federal Clean Water Act.

  9. New Sustainability Report Highlights Ecolab’s Role As A Global Catalyst For Corporate Responsibility

    In its new annual corporate sustainability report, Catalyst for a Better World, Ecolab Inc. (ECL) highlights how it helps customers reduce water and energy use, ensure clean hospitals, hotels and restaurants, and safely produce the world’s food and energy

  10. Washington Gas Proposes Continuation Of STRIDE Plan To Accelerate Natural Gas Infrastructure Replacements And Enhancements In Maryland

    Washington Gas, a WGL Company, recently filed a 5-year plan with the Maryland Public Service Commission to continue progress in the Company’s Strategic Infrastructure Development and Enhancement (STRIDE) initiative to replace aging pipelines in its natural gas system throughout the state