Saturday, October 19, 2019

A tribe wins rights to contested groundwater in court

A major federal court decision acknowledges that tribes have priority rights to groundwater...

De Beers aims for carbon-neutral mining

  De Beers is looking to make some of its mines carbon-neutral within half...

Pointe-Claire residents living near PCB site have no reason to worry:...

Quebec is still waiting for a decontamination plan...

Nearly 380,000 Michigan residents’ water would fail proposed lead-safety standard

Nearly 380,000 Michigan residents get their water from systems that would fail to...

‘Electric’ bacteria can purify sewage water – fast

A European ​research ​project is ​developing a ​new, environmentally ​friendly, way to ​purify...

Artificial North Sea Island planned

Cooperation European Transmission System Operators to develop North Sea Wind Power Hub In March...

Brownfield registers launched by government

It has been announced by Gavin Barwell, the housing and planning minister that local authorities throughout...

Bathurst Regional Council accused of poorly managing vacant lot on Bradwardine...

RECENTLY retired real estate agent Peter Ison has accused Bathurst Regional Council of poorly managing a...

Pipeline companies seek to dismiss class action alleging contamination from 2015...

Two pipeline companies seek to dismiss a suit alleging they contaminated land near Highland following a...

Cutting Superfund’s budget will slow toxic waste cleanups, threatening public health...

Next year will mark the 40th anniversary of the Love Canal crisis, when toxic chemicals were found to be leaking from an underground dump...

Remediation Magazine is partnering with the Contamination Expo Series 2017

Remediation Magazine has joined forces with the Contamination...

Worlds of Fun settles pollution case

A settlement reached between the Missouri Coalition for the Environment and Worlds of...

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