Axine Water Technologies, developers of a breakthrough, low-cost, chemical-free solution for treating high concentrations of complex, toxic organics and ammonia in industrial wastewater, today announced it has been awarded the Innovation Tracker accreditation by BlueTech® Research, an intel
he Northern Great Plains has become the epicenter of new oil development in the United States. New production techniques have set off an oil boom there reminiscent of the chaotic conditions over a century ago when the prospect of black gold drew developers to Texas. Water impacts were not remotely a consideration back then.
Minnesota’s approach to protecting wild rice from sulfate pollution faces a key test this week. A group of scientists recruited from around the country will evaluate the state’s analysis of a series of research projects designed to determin
In this video, Sonal Baid – the Co-Founder of Aura – talks with Lakshmi over a cup of chai, sharing about how her business is changing the face of the textile industry in India, and what it has meant to create this with her husband Arun Baid.
A 50/50 joint venture between Thiess and CH2M Hill, known as CHT JV Alliance, has been selected to undertake the country’s first full-scale groundwater replenishment project in alliance with Western Australia’s Water Corporation.
A Free water quality app was launched yesterday after a recent water census showed more than half of the city’s rivers and lakes are heavily polluted and much of their soil beds seriously contaminated, the Shanghai Water Authority said.
Cargill Incorporated, a privately held multinational corporation headquartered in Minnetonka, Minn., has agreed to settle allegations that it violated the Clean Water Act (CWA) at two different large oil storage facilities located in Blair, Neb., and Eddyville, Iowa.
This marks NatureSweet’s sixth annual Sustainability Report, which has served as a benchmark to better manage and more efficiently utilize the resources needed to grow great-tasting tomatoes year-round.