Despite the promise of cheap domestic energy, shale gas has been slow to take off in the UK. In June fracking firm Cuadrilla Resources had a planning application for four wells in Lancashire declined.
Water Remediation Technology announced that construction of its new media production and processing facility is officially underway. Located in Golden, Colo., the plant provides expanded media production, processing and storage capabilities for WRT's proprietary treatment media.
U.S. Geological Survey scientists have released analyses of more than 30 years of water-quality data collected at the U.S. Department of Energy's Idaho National Laboratory Site.
New research conducted by Duke University scientists has revealed high levels of two potentially hazardous contaminants -- ammonium and iodide -- in wastewater being discharged into streams and rivers from oil and gas operations in the states of Pennsylvania and West Virginia.
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Provides waste management services and equipment to process radioactive and hazardous liquids, supplying cost-efficient processing and volume reduction.
Simon Colvin, Partner at law firm Weightmans, explains why the UK government’s continued support for fracking activity, presents both risks for water companies and a number of opportunities.
EPA has proposed a plan to address soil, sediment and surface water contaminated with hexavalent chromium and heavy metals by past industrial operations at the Shieldalloy Metallurgical Corp. site in Newfield and Vineland, N.J.
Water resources bill awaits signature; EPA finalizes cooling water intake standard; Bill seeks to remove cap on private activity bonds for water projects; Fukushima bypass plan releases water to Pacific Ocean.
Shale gas exploitation in the UK has made the headlines for the right and wrong reasons. Should the "fracking" industry fully develop in the country, what impact will it have on water resources, treatment and the environment?
Manufactures (nonelectrical emergency lighting) code compliant photoluminescent exit signs, exit path markings, safety equipment signs, films, tapes and coatings. The signs and markings contain no toxic/ radioactive components.
Stockholm Water Prize awarded to Harvard professor; TEPCO halts treatment of radioactive water at Fukushima; Duke Energy cited for wastewater violations; Special Guest: American Water's Dr. Mark LeChevallier