By Nicole Rodrigues, 19 Dec 2022
Date: December 6, 2022
Source: Cornell University
Summary: New research shows a continually warming world is leading to extended, late-summer weeks of water stratification in lakes, which prompts oxygen deprivation in the water -- provoking conditions called hypoxia (low oxygen) and anoxia (no oxygen) -- and negative consequences for fish and other species.
Date: December 9, 2022
Source: University of Rhode Island
By Emily Newton
Lowering BOD in wastewater is the key to making polluted water clean, benefiting people and the environment.
Researchers cook up a new way to remove microplastics from water
By Julia Schwarz, Princeton University
January 18, 2023
Some landfills will begin treating PFAS on-site as regulators move to adopt new limits
Companies such as Casella Waste Systems and Waste Connections are building their own wastewater treatment plants for leachate and testing a range of technologies as the industry awaits standards.
Published Jan. 17, 2023
By April Reese