At the University of Kansas, researchers propose using Gas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry or GC/MS along with Raman spectroscopy to aid in the search for organic and inorganic life on Mars.
The Water Advisory Board approves the City of San Angelo, TX to begin pilot testing a membrane filtration system. This system will allow wastewater to be treated and reused since their lake levels are slow, despite recent rainfall.
Many people across several states are experiencing the aftermath of the recent heavy rain. This new Oklahoma elementary school, still under construction, confirms finding black mold in the building.
After being indicted nearly four years ago, Ralph Miller, former owner of The Pocono Playhouse, was found guilty for filing fraudulent claims after a 2006 flood. Miller also filed several claims in years past on four separate incidents where a total three theatres and a storage building he owned all were burned down.
The EPA Clean Water Rule passed last week clarifying which waters fall under the definition of “waters of the United States” and are protected under the Clean Water Act (CWA). The rule is seeing some opposition from those who are subject to regulation now that the EPA will govern 3% more types of waters than before.
An article with different case studies in which clients knowingly file fraudulent claims shows how investigators are able to analyze the vehicle paint transfer in order to prove or disprove a client’s claim.
A bill sponsored by Suffolk County Legislature, and backed by New York environmental groups, that would ban toys with high levels of toxins from being sold by retailers is seeing opposition from the toy industry
High levels of hexavalent chromium (hex chrome) have been discovered in nearly half of the monitoring wells at UC Davis, formerly an animal testing site
Dollar Tree has settled to pay millions after ignitable liquids, batteries and other hazardous waste materials were found in trash bins
Since we spend most of our time indoors, it is important to keep indoor air clean.