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MEPE Minute: Ohio train derailment and plastics related pollution
Earlier this month, a train derailment in Ohio caused a number of chemicals to be released into the environment. Those chemicals included 3 monomers; vinyl chloride, butyl acrylate, and ethyl hexyl acrylate that are used …
New White Paper Details Benefits of Performance-Based Landfill Liner Design
MADISON, Wis.—Composite liner systems in landfills effectively limit groundwater contamination from leachate that contains compounds such as heavy metals and volatile organic compounds. Drawing on a 50-year history of evolving and improving performance in liner …
What’s So Special About Water Reclamation?
Water reclamation is vital to public health and recovering essential environmental resources, impacting the lives of Americans everyday. Besides being important to our well-being, water reclamation is a capital-intensive industry that encompasses a number of …