Industrial News

  1. Environmental Groups Challenge Trump Administration Coal Ash Rule Rollback In Court

    Recently, Environmental groups filed a petition for review in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit challenging an EPA rule designed to gut coal ash disposal regulations that provide environmental safeguards for communities living near toxic coal ash waste dumps.

  2. Organic Industry Watchdog, Cornucopia, Shuffles Leadership, Squares Off With Powerful Lobbyists

    On the eve of the biannual meeting of the USDA's National Organic Standards Board (NOSB), in St. Paul, Minnesota, The Cornucopia Institute has formally submitted a citizen's petition requesting the USDA ban use of wastewater from the oil and gas industry in organic crop production.

  3. Water Use Cut In Half At Federal Lab In Colorado, Thanks In Part To Sandia

    David J. Martinez, engineering project lead for Sandia’s infrastructure computing services, received the DOE’s Federal Energy and Water Management Award for his contribution to a technique that saved water by substituting a reusable liquid refrigerant in place of evaporative-water cooling towers when outside temperatures are low enough to make that feasible.

  4. MGX Minerals Announces Arrival Of First Rapid Lithium Extraction Oil & Gas Wastewater Treatment System

    MGX Minerals Inc. is pleased to report that engineering partner PurLucid Treatment Solutions (“PurLucid”) has delivered the first petrolithium and advanced wastewater treatment system to a centralized treatment and processing facility north of Edmonton and proximate to the Alberta oilsands.

  5. EPA Region 4 Administrator Meets With Ag Commissioner And Industry Stakeholders In Mississippi

    U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 4 Administrator Trey Glenn participated in meetings with Mississippi Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Andy Gipson and other industry stakeholders to discuss critical issues impacting agriculture in Mississippi.

  6. Yorkshire Water Makes Concrete From Recycled Wastewater

    Yorkshire Water has begun a trial which it hopes will inform the way water is provided to businesses.

  7. New Innovation From Germany: Graforce Produces Environmentally Friendly Fuel From Wastewater

    The Berlin-based tech company Graforce has introduced a unique technology: Plasmalysis saves resources in its highly efficient generation of hydrogen from industrial waste water.

  8. Safer, More Efficient, And More Environmentally Friendly Brine Purification With Ion Exchangers From LANXESS

    The new generation of well-established finely dispersed Lewatit ion exchange resins from LANXESS has proven its worth in practice: Lewatit MDS resins significantly increase the efficiency of brine treatment in chlor-alkali electrolysis using the membrane method.

  9. Owner And Operator Of Philadelphia Service Station Settle With EPA On Underground Storage Tank Violations

    The owner and operator of the F-Street Sunoco service station, 3951 Roosevelt Boulevard, Philadelphia have agreed to pay a $22,080 penalty to settle alleged violations of underground storage tank regulations, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced Recently.

  10. XPV Water Partners Latest Investment Creates Atlas-SSI

    XPV Water Partners, a growth equity investor focused on making investments in companies related to the treatment and management of the world’s water resources, announced recently that it has made a significant investment to support the merger of Atlas Manufacturing and Screening Systems International to create ATLAS-SSI, one of the largest full-service producers of industrial water intake systems in North America.