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Newark Residents Promised Bottled Water Over Worries Of Dangerous Lead In Public System

August 12, 2019

After an EPA letter cited insufficient home filters distributed by city, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and Newark Mayor Ras Baraka said bottled water will be provided to residents with lead service lines. Meanwhile, the Warm Springs Indian Reservation in […]


Utah Landfill Boasts Environmentally friendly Cell

August 9, 2019

The first double-lined cell at Utah’s Three Mile Canyon Landfill includes technology to prevent contaminants from reaching groundwater and a draining system to handle runoff. Last month, the double-lined cell received a truckload of trash that also contained dozens of […]


Bipartisan Transportation Bill Includes Up to $1B for Electric Vehicle Charging

July 30, 2019

The U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works introduced a sweeping transportation bill Monday that would provide a major funding boost for EV charging infrastructure and other initiatives aimed at curbing carbon emissions from the transportation sector. The America’s […]


Public Utilities, Waste Management

Michigan County Authorizes Construction of New Recycling Facility

August 12, 2019

Via: Waste360

The Marquette County, Mich., Solid Waste Authority recently authorized the construction of a new $6.3 million recycling facility, which will be funded with loans and a grant from the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy. The facility will […]


Electric Utility, Public Utilities

How EnBW Plans to Become the Next Big US Offshore Wind Player

August 8, 2019

Via: Greentech Media

It’s neither easy nor cheap to get a piece of action in the U.S. offshore wind market these days, but EnBW has come tantalizingly close. In last December’s auction for a trio of lease areas, the winning development groups ponied […]