The rule is expected to lead to the prevention of about 58 million tons of methane emissions and save $97 billion to $98 billion from 2024 to 2038.
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by Sydney Leimbach | Dec 1, 2023
The plan will use $15 billion from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to reduce all sources of lead exposure, largely by requiring water systems to replace lead service lines within the next 10 years.
by Amy Baxter | Dec 1, 2023
The $6.5 billion project is the first net-zero Scope 1 and 2 Emissions integrated ethylene cracker and derivatives facility in Alberta.
by Amy Baxter | Nov 30, 2023
F-gasses have higher warming potential compared to carbon dioxide, and they are heavy contributors to climate change.
by David Worford | Nov 28, 2023
The Sixth Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals in Ohio determined that the complaint was too broad and did not specifically link PFAS contamination to the companies.
by Amy Baxter | Oct 27, 2023
“A potential and often overlooked source of expense for providers is medical device waste, which includes aging, or end-of-life, medical devices that sit idle in a healthcare provider’s inventory,” says Mohamed El-Demerdash, president of GE Healthcare.
by Sydney Leimbach | Oct 23, 2023
Any facility that makes or uses any of the 189 PFAS listed in the EPA’s Toxic Release Inventory will now have to fully disclose quantities of PFAS, or “forever chemicals,” they manage or release to the environment.
by Kaleigh Harrison | Oct 9, 2023
The strategy directs all EPA enforcement and compliance programs, including criminal, civil, cleanup, and federal facility enforcement actions, to prioritize climate change considerations.
by Sydney Leimbach | Oct 3, 2023
The chemicals include styrene monomers, ethylene, and propylene oxide, which are used in a wide range of applications, such as building materials, automotive, and consumer goods.
by Sydney Leimbach | Sep 15, 2023
The 300-acre site will host growers, startups, corporations, researchers, and education programs that will focus on precision agriculture technologies and retrofit solutions.