Toxic Green Slime Plagues Florida Beaches
Fresh water releases are causing a major algae bloom this summer along parts of...
Dumpster Rain Gardens Coming to New York
Two-thousand-gallon dumpster planters will help detain the rain in Brooklyn's...
Clear as Mud: New EPA Rule Roils the Waters
The newly released EPA Clean Water Act implementation rule clarifying the government’s reach over “waters of the United States” is spurring a political backlash, and a likely wave of lawsuits. Also, it’s confusing.
With a thick, three-dimensional plastic mesh made from recycled plastic water...
MFM Offers Underlayment Co-Branding Program
Could co-branding be the right extension for your marketing efforts? These...
Number of LEED Homes Has Doubled in Three Years
California has the most LEED-certified homes, followed by New York and Texas.
After a long winter, summer's finally here ... and it could be brutal.
Gray Water's Time in the Sun
As the California drought grinds on, renewed interest in using grey water heats up.
The Mystic: Boston's Other River Struggles to Get Clean
For the nation’s polluted rivers and streams, it has been a long road back — starting with the passage of the Clean Water Act in 1972.