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Workers are trying to turn the chemical tide to stanch the flow of toxic sludge in the rivers flowing toward the Danube River.
Marcia St. Martin from the New orleans Sewerage & Water Board talks about the 35 workshops and 112 technical sessions happening next week at the world's largest water and wastewater exposition.
Southern California Edison recently demolished two boiler towers at its Mountainview Generating Station.
GE's Glen Messina talks about how customers tackle the degrading quality of feedstocks, water reuse and process optimization.
Lagos' Obat Oil started as a single service station 30 years ago and now owns the third largest petroleum depot in the world.
Artist Matthew Mazzotta shows off the digester system he designed to generate electricity from dog poop.
Small, inexpensive, self-organizing skimmers using nanofabric developed at MIT could work in teams to clean up future oil spills.
The engine developed at Argonne National Laboratories optimizes itself to run on gasoline, ethanol, butanol or a combination of the three.
John McKelvie and Wayne Plata demonstrate the correct way to install a mechanical seal on E, F, & G series pumps from Griswold Pump Company.
Mark Toney from the Utility Reform Network claims that PG&E has a pattern of receiving money for gas pipe repair and spending the money elsewhere.
Surveillance and amateur footage showing a series of massive gas pipeline explosions that destroyed more than 50 homes in San Bruno.
Outgoing BP CEO Tony Hayward deflects questions relating to the company's turbulent safety record.
The ability to earn up to $400 a day participating in clinical trials has created a breed of semi-professional human guinea pigs, who may be compromising their health and the trial results.