Alaska Professor: "We urgently need to shift from dig, haul and burn, and I see phytoremediation as an important part of this needed shift."
June 21, 2023
Microbiology professor Mary Beth Leigh and the team found that planting grasses or adding fertilizer, or a combination of both, to a contaminated site had surprisingly persistent effects on the microbes associated with local vegetation.
'The EPA is proud to partner with CNMI in its pursuit of Zero Waste,' says EPA Pacific Southwest Regional Administrator Martha Guzman.
April 19, 2023
On April 18 and 19, CNMI’s Inter-island Solid Waste Task Force (ISWTF) conducted a Zero Waste Visioning Workshop during which attendees reviewed recent collection and survey data, then discussed and identified solid waste management priorities.
Relief for Farmers Hit with PFAS Act introduced by Maine's Congressional delegation.
March 29, 2023
Numerous Maine farmers have had their livelihoods disrupted due to PFAS contamination, which originated in sludge that was spread as fertilizer by farmers who were told by the government that it was safe to use.