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The considered thoughts of seven independent scientists about how best to proceed with the dredging of PCBs from the Hudson River generate three sentiments above all. They're understanding, determination and relief.
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Passive House, or Passivhaus design is finally becoming really active in North America, and is popping up in communities across the country. Just recently we showed a traditional one in Oregon, but are back to form with the R-House, the winner of a design competition "provide a new model for formerly vital, urban residential neighborhoods throughout the United States through the creation of sus...
BRUNSWICK, N.Y. -- About 1,000 fish have died and washed up on the shores of a large pond just outside of Troy, and state environmental officers Tuesday tried to figure out why.
Check out this home made from old tires! Architect David Bonilla constructs these houses in California and Mexico using recycled materials. He focuses on constructing these residences in rural zones and less privileged areas. The final result is a sturdy house that saves tires from going to the dump.READ MORE >Permalink |
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A few years ago, Wired Magazine published an interesting map showing carbon footprint per capita that graphically demonstrated the obvious: Where you get sprawl, lots of cars and air conditioning, you get a much bigger footprint for every citizen due to their higher energy consumption. So if we want to reduce our footprint and get off oil, what is the best thing for Americans to do?Move to Buff...
Decision time is nearing for Rochester-area residents and institutions that own ash trees: Try to save them, or let the emerald ash borer have its way?
FORT EDWARD, N.Y. -- Figure out where PCBs in the Hudson River really are, take more time and dredge them all. That was the message Monday from a panel of seven independent experts who studied the first year of river dredging at Fort Edward for the nation's largest Superfund cleanup.
EPA Recovers A Quarter Million Dollars In Cleanup Costs at H.M. Quackenbush Site in Herkimer, N.Y., After EPA Removed Tons of Toxic Waste and Sludge (NY)
(New York, N.Y.) The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has reached a settlement with Frederick H. Hager, the former Chief Executive Officer, Chairman and majority shareholder of H.M. Quackenbush, Inc. for EPAâ€™s cleanup work at the H.M