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PFAS: Despite a Flurry of Federal Activity, We’re Still Waiting on Limits

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PFAS: Despite a Flurry of Federal Activity, We’re Still Waiting on LimitsFebruary 28, 2024 | | Poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) have emerged as a significant topic of concern in recent years, drawing attention due …

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How Do Waterborne Scientists Celebrate National Hobby Month?

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How Do Waterborne Scientists Celebrate National Hobby Month?January 31, 2024 | | January is National Hobby Month and we thought it would be fun to ask our Waterborne scientists about their own hobbies. Below are …

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The Environmental Cost: Hobbies

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The Environmental Cost: HobbiesJanuary 29, 2024 | all blog | Hobbies. Those activities that we use to fill time between work, sleep, and other activities that make up life should be fun, positive, and rewarding. …

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USDA NRCS Awards Waterborne Cooperative Agreement to Create Agriculture and Forestry Conservation Web Application in Missouri

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USDA NRCS Awards Waterborne Cooperative Agreement to Create Agriculture and Forestry Conservation Web Application in MissouriJanuary 25, 2024 | | LEESBURG, VA – The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service  (NRCS) has awarded Waterborne Environmental Inc. …

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The Environmental Cost of the Winter Holidays

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The Environmental Cost of the Winter HolidaysNovember 29, 2023 | | As the winter holidays unfold each year, many of us revel in the magic of snow-covered landscapes, cozy gatherings, and the timeless traditions that …

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Insects as Climate Change Indicators: Meet the Woolly Caterpillar

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Insects as Climate Change Indicators: Meet the Woolly CaterpillarNovember 29, 2023 | | In the intricate web of our environment, insects are indispensable bioindicators, offering profound insights into the complex repercussions of climate change on …

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A DFOP-based PRZM model to predict non-first order degradation and subsurface transport in soil and groundwater

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A DFOP-based PRZM model to predict non-first order degradation and subsurface transport in soil and groundwaterNovember 29, 2023 | | Chemicals applied to a field have the potential for degradation to be underestimated when modeling …

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Bioswales: A Natural Tool in the War Against Urban Pollutants

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Bioswales: A Natural Tool in the War Against Urban PollutantsOctober 30, 2023 | | Urban areas face an ongoing battle against water pollutants that wash from our sidewalks and roads into waterways throughout the year. …