Makeup and skincare products have finite shelf lives. Using cosmetics contaminated with yeast, fungi, or bacteria can lead to very serious skin or eye problems; including conjunctivitis and staph infections. By taking a few precautions, cosmetics users can adequately protect themselves against facial blemishes and other skin conditions that could end up necessitating a costly […]
- Pennsylvania DEP Issues Draft Denial of Waste PermitThe Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection announced May 15 it has issued a Notice of Intent to Deny to Elcon Recycling Services, LLC for its Phase II Part B commercial hazardous waste treatment and storage facility application, based on a number of outstanding deficiencies that remain unaddressed to its satisfaction.
- EPA Adds WV Site to Superfund ListThe site has seen significant contamination issues going back to the 1980s, when elevated levels of polychlorinated biphenyls were first discovered by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection in the soil near the old Shaffer Equipment Company location.
- NY DEC Announces Design Opportunity for Hudson Communities"This unique opportunity will help waterfront communities along the Hudson River bolster their resilience by designing innovative projects like floodable parks and flood-adapted buildings," said Basil Seggos, commissioner of the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
- EPA Region 9 Launches Smart Sectors Pacific SouthwestIn the Pacific Southwest, EPA is engaging with the oil and gas sector initially and plans to expand to several other sectors this year.
- AAR Presents 2019 Environmental Excellence AwardGary Van Tassel II of CSX Transportation and his team made the traditional intermodal facility more efficient by implementing new technology and modernizing site layouts, which allow CSX to operate with a smaller footprint, fewer diesel utility trucks, a transition to electrified cranes, and significantly reduced truck dwell times.
- EPA Proposes Expanded Groundwater Treatment at NJ Superfund SiteThe cleanup plan for the CPS/Madison Superfund site in Old Bridge, N.J., includes expanding the existing groundwater treatment system that is operating at the site, plus on-site treatment of contaminated soil that is a source of groundwater contamination.