Methane common in groundwater from New York valleys, finds study

A USGS study shows 15 percent of groundwater samples from 66 household wells across south-central New York contained high methane levels enough to monitor.

Carbon capture, sequestration technology usage outlaid in EPA rule

EPA issued a final rule to help create a consistent national framework ensuring the deployment of carbon capture and sequestration technologies.

Great Lakes ecosystems changing from declining food resources, finds study

A U.S. Geological Survey shows that a decline in food resources feeding lake organisms are likely causing dramatic changes in the Great Lakes.

Nine hazardous waste sites added to Superfund's National Priorities List

EPA added nine hazardous waste sites that pose risks to public health and the environment to the National Priorities List of Superfund sites.

Winners of PA American Water's green social-media contest announced

On Wednesday, Dec. 11, winners of Pennsylvania American Water's "Community Investment Challenge" were announced.

Baton Rouge to welcome world-class water campus

Discussion of building a new world-class water campus in Baton Rouge, LA, is underway to provide a home for Water Institute of the Gulf.

Drainage project helps improve rainwater harvesting in Mexico town

A rainwater reuse blueprint has been created by a groundbreaking drainage project in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico to thwart water scarcity.

CA ski resort serves as first to use unique water evaporation reduction method

Efforts to reduce water evaporation at CA's Mt. Baldy Ski Resort are underway with the installation of plastic conservation balls in its reservoir.

Major DBO project to provide two CA cities with viable water supply

CH2M HILL received a $141.2M contract from CA's Woodland-Davis Clean Water Agency for the launch of a surface water treatment system.

Water charities in India, Uganda honored with prestigious impact award

Winners of the annual London-based Stars Foundation 2013 Impact Awards were recently announced.


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