EPA's Plan to Serve Low-Income Communities
In 1994, President Clinton signed an Executive Order (#12898) directing federal...
Power company chooses natural fleet products
Products' use helps minimize the risk of petroleum contamination to the...
Are you ready for the new haz comm standard?
This is a good time to evaluate your department's hazard communication plan.
Air Systems International, Inc. master catalog
Air Systems International Inc. introduces its new 2014-2015 master catalog in...
A $17 billion highway spending program
The House of Representatives’ fiscal year 2015 (FY15) funding bill gives the U.S. DOT $17.1 billion, and community planning and development $6.2 billion.
Long-time road partners earn 2 awards
A $2.5 billion road reconstruction in Tarrant County, Texas, earned the Texas DOT...
8 steps to an accurate cost-of-service analysis
Use this methodology to explain your agency’s true costs and revenue needs to...
Trendsetter: E-Waste Working Group
The Congressional E-Waste Working Group educates consumers about e-waste's...
Get the PCBs out
Treatment plant resurrected to dispose of 2,500 tons of sewer contaminants.
Hazardous waste pickup from flooded home in Suffolk County, NY
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and Suffolk County will collect and properly dispose of potentially hazardous common household products from flood-damaged homes in Suffolk County.