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EPA Funds Reduce Water Pollution, Increase E-Waste Recycling

The EPA has awarded more than $8.6 million in grants to fund environmental improvement projects to reduce water pollution and increase e-waste recycling along the US–Mexico border. The federal funds were awarded in partnership with the North American Development Bank and the Border Environment Cooperation Commission to advance commitments in … Read more »

Airbus Using Bees to Monitor Environmental Footprint

Airbus is using bees to help analyze the environmental footprint of its operations at Finkenwerder Airport in Hamburg, Germany, by keeping them on-site and analyzing their honey, according to the company. The bees collect pollen and nectar from plants across an approximately 12-square-kilometer area around the airport. The honey that … Read more »

Big Dairies Raise Pollution Concerns

As the consolidation of the US dairy industry into fewer and fewer, larger operations continues apace, fresh opposition is also growing in response to the increased pollution risk associated with bigger dairy farms, reports Environment 360. More than half of US milk is now produced by just 3 percent of the country’s … Read more »

Invensys Slams EPA Discharge Plans

Tighter EPA regulations covering discharges into the Neponset Reservoir in Foxborough, Mass., have drawn criticism from technology firm Invensys, one of the town’s major employers. New standards included in the EPA‘s draft pollution discharge permit call for tighter regulation of impurities carried at trace levels by stormwater runoff into the … Read more »

California ‘Fails to Enforce Toxic Waste Laws’

California lawmakers are calling for an investigation following two reports that say the state’s Department of Toxic Substances Control refuses to revoke the permits of companies that repeatedly violate environmental laws, and lets hazardous waste polluters operate on expired permits for years at a time. The reports found that the DTSC … Read more »