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Hope in the Face of Hurricanes: Changing an Unsustainable Model

Hope in the Face of Hurricanes: Changing an Unsustainable Model

The Pacific has already seen two major hurricanes this season, Aletta and Bud. Fortunately, neither storm reached land at full strength, but with them, Mother Nature sends us a message loud and clear: 2018’s hurricane season has arrived. And with it come plenty of reasons to worry — and a few to

Bloomberg’s American Cities Climate Challenge to Keep the Promise of Paris

Bloomberg’s American Cities Climate Challenge to Keep the Promise of Paris

Opinion: June marks a year since President Trump vowed to withdraw US participation from the 2015 Paris climate agreement, part of what he calls his “America first” approach to international relations. “America alone” is more like it. We’re now the only country in the world that isn’t a party to the … Read more »

Three Smart Ways to Strive for Zero Waste

Three Smart Ways to Strive for Zero Waste

Amongst the hype of the most recent football season, one story continues to impact us long after the final whistle between the Philadelphia Eagles and the New England Patriots: a collaboration to achieve a zero waste game at US Bank Stadium. Rush2Recycle aimed to recover more than 90% of the … Read more »

China’s Ban on Trash Equals a US Opportunity

China’s Ban on Trash Equals a US Opportunity

Not too many people outside the waste management industry are aware that China decided to stop recycling “foreign garbage,” creating a big impact on USA’s export of waste to that country. The move actually makes sense. China has found imported materials have an unacceptable level of contamination to

CA Moves Toward Better Water Management with Two New Bills

CA Moves Toward Better Water Management with Two New Bills

California is one step closer to a more resilient and secure water future for our communities, environment, and economy thanks to the passage of two bills in Sacramento last week. The pair of bills, SB 606 by Senator Hertzberg and AB 1668 by Assembly Member Friedman, build on lessons learned … Read more »

Design Considerations to Achieve Low Maintenance Water Treatment Systems

Design Considerations to Achieve Low Maintenance Water Treatment Systems

For industrial and remediation water treatment systems, long-term operational costs (OPEX) can vastly outweigh the initial capital expenditure – especially as the system approaches the end of its useful life. Unfortunately, and understandably, treatment system design tends to focus on the treatment efficacy and often neglects

Why Companies Must Look Beyond Their Own Supply Chain to Address Sustainability

Why Companies Must Look Beyond Their Own Supply Chain to Address Sustainability

There are many reasons that a holistic focus on sustainability and a sustainable supply chain is critically important in business today. Consumers are demanding sustainably sourced products. Shareholders and corporate boards are increasingly focused on CSR efforts and the business risks associated with issues such as climate change. Corporate investments … Read more »

EPA Memorandum Clarifies New Source Review Preconstruction Permitting

EPA Memorandum Clarifies New Source Review Preconstruction Permitting

On March 13, 2018, EPA administrator issued a memorandum titled Project Emissions Accounting Under the New Source Review (NSR) Preconstruction Permitting Program. This memorandum discusses an assessment the EPA has undertaken of the NSR program regarding interpretation and implementation of the preconstruction permitting requirements under the NSR provisions of the Clean Air Act. This guidance memorandum is the result of the current legislature’s priorities for

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