• There are many different chemicals that are released into our environment, and the ability to characterize human exposure and risk of every one of those chemicals is limited. Because information about these chemicals and their sources is limited, it’s difficult to know which chemicals are of highest concern, and regulatory agencies struggle to determine where they should focus efforts.

  • Industrial wastewater management plays a vital role in the smooth functioning of industrial and commercial processes. It's crucial to treat wastewater properly before releasing it into the environment. Dealing with wastewater operations and maintenance is no easy task as it involves adhering to multiple federal, state, and local regulations.

  • The Supreme Court recently passed down its latest verdict regarding what constitutes "waters of the United States" (WOTUS) and therefore what waterbodies the U.S. EPA has — or, more to the point, does not have — the authority to regulate. Here, I've collected various sets of commentary and reaction about Sackett v. EPA and the impact of the court's decision.
  • Around the world, private companies and government agencies are looking to reduce the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions associated with their activities, including increasing their use of renewable and low-carbon energy sources and improving the energy efficiency of their processes.

  • At the 27th UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) in November 2022, world leaders gathered in Egypt to announce climate action initiatives and the steps each one planned to take to reduce the impacts of climate change in their respective countries. Among the leaders in attendance was U.S. President Biden, who outlined his goals and desires to double down on climate commitments relating to the water, food, energy nexus.

  • Faced with restaurants and bars suddenly closed for the foreseeable future due to COVID-19, a beverage distributor was forced to take back 40,000 gallons of expired beer. 

  • Learn how storage tanks were provided to help with the overflow materials from fire-damaged tanks, as well as to store firefighting water.

  • Discover how a successful partnership between an environmental company and a liquid storage facility helped mitigate a disaster from escalating and gave them the rapid response they needed. 

  • Learn about the efforts taken to ensure that zero contaminated wastewater spilled into the harbor waters after a fire at a naval base.

  • The "Perils of PVC Plastic Pipes" report published by the Environmental Health Sciences, Beyond Plastics, and Plastic Pollution Coalition contains a great deal of misinformation. While those who are familiar with NSF's credibility and prominence in the public health and safety arena could spot the misleading and false information in the report, people who have not heard of NSF may not understand the report contained a lot of delusive information.


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    A power company was concerned with the in-line ultrasonic flow meter that was showing unstable results. Learn about the solution that they chose to address this issue. 

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    Move fluids across a street or sidewalk with ease.

  • Temporary Piping

    Discover a wide range of piping and the fittings to match for just about any project.

  • Manifolds

    Learn about a large inventory of ground manifolds, in the sizes and configurations to suit any project.

  • Industrial Fittings And Hoses

    Explore an impressive inventory of rent-ready products to support your jobs, from elbows and valves to hoses and fittings.


In this video from GeoTree, learn what an FRP is and how to design with an FRP.