Eco-Friendly Chicago Rockford International Airport Honored

If you’re not already familiar with the Chicago Rockford International Airport, it’s time to get in the know. This tiny airport is served by just a few airlines, but its eco-friendly ways have been making major waves in the aviation industry for years. Located roughly...

Quantitative vs. Qualitative Respirator Fit Testing

If you have the kind of work environment that puts employees in contact with insufficient oxygen environments, harmful dusts, fogs, smokes, mists, gases, vapors, or sprays, they need to wear a respirator at work. In these settings, the Occupational Health &...

Major Infrastructure Updates Planned for New York

New York is about to get a major overhaul of some of its most high-profile infrastructure. In July, Gov. Andrew Cuomo provided updates on four major projects designed to improve the lives of those who live, work, and visit New York. Learn more about the massive...

Air Quality Sensors Installed at California-Mexico Border

Officials are one step closer to understanding the impact of cross-border air pollution. On Aug. 26, the first air monitor in a system of low-cost air-quality monitors made its debut in San Ysidro, CA — part of San Diego. The town is the most heavily-trafficked border...

2015 Clean Water Rule in Jeopardy

A rule that protects the drinking water of one in three Americans might soon be history under the Trump Administration. Passed in 2015, the Clean Water Rule clarifies which rivers, streams, lakes, and marshes are under the jurisdiction of the Environmental Protection...

12 Projects Selected to Apply for WIFIA Loans

Millions of Americans will soon see an improvement in the quality of their water. For fiscal year 2017, the Water Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (WIFIA) program received $25 million in funding, and administrators are ready to start allocating funds. In...