U.S. EPA on Tuesday announced its Innovative Ways to Destroy PFAS Challenge, which seeks innovative plans for non-thermal technologies to destroy PFAS in firefighting foam. The challenge is partnership between federal and state environmental
Both Harmful Algal Blooms (HABs) and Ocean Acidification (OA) are threats to marine ecosystems and human communities in the coastal zone. Although many areas of research have provided insights into the factors that govern HAB dynamics, toxicity and
Upcoming Events TitleDate/ Time (Eastern)OwnerTPH Risk Evaluation at Petroleum-Contaminated SitesJune 9 at 1 p.m.ITRCRemediation Management of Complex SitesJune 11 at 1 p.m.ITRC Ongoing Events TitleOwnerWater Research Webinar Series
U.S. EPA and the Association of State Drinking Water Administrators (ASDWA) will jointly host the agency's 17th Annual EPA Drinking Water Workshop on small drinking water system challenges on September 1-3, 2020 at the Northern Kentucky Convention
*June 24 Update: Due to the continued uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, ORD has decided to postpone the October 2020 ROCS-Net event to the spring/summer of 2021. ORD’s ROCS-Net planning team will work with the Regional Science Liaisons to reach out
U.S. EPA validated a new method for testing PFAS in drinking water. Method 533 focuses on short-chain (i.e., carbon chain lengths between 4 and 12) PFAS and, when used in tandem with existing EPA Method 537.1, allows laboratories to measure a total
The U.S. EPA has completed its annual update of EJSCREEN to utilize the most up-to-date demographic and environmental data from the U.S Census, EPA, and other sources.