Wednesday, July 17, 2019

‘Electric’ bacteria can purify sewage water – fast

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

New specialist group formed

The Society has welcomed the formation of a new Specialist Group dedicated...

DDG receives accreditation to start work in Colombia

The Danish Demining Group (DDG) is pleased to announce that...

Jet fuel contaminated land leads to nearly $900K payout for Labrador...

A hotel owner in Happy Valley-Goose Bay has won a lawsuit against the...

Warren Sharp joins Davis Ogilvie engineering consultancy

An environmental geologist with more than 20 years’ experience in the investigation, risk assessment, remediation and...

Big water data collected by the U.S. Geological Survey is now...

The USGS has now successfully deployed the AQUARIUS Time-Series platform in half of the 50 states....

Tiger Beer’s Air-Ink, made from air pollution, decorates city streets

Tiger Beer is taking Air-Ink, the world's first ink created from air pollution...

CIWEM launches 10th anniversary ‘Environmental Photographer of the Year’ competition

Celebrating its 10th anniversary this year, The Environmental Photographer of...

De Beers aims for carbon-neutral mining

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

WMCA gives £53m to Black Country LEP for brownfield clean-up projects

WMCA gives £53m to Black Country LEP for brownfield clean-up projects The West Midlands...

EPA announces plan to cleanup Pensacola Superfund site

A federal agency may soon clean up 18 acres of contaminated land near...

More than 80% of underground water in China is heavily polluted

Industrial pollution and farming has rendered it unsuitable for human use According to statistics reported by the...

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