Wisconsin recently joined the growing number of states that have passed bans on plastic microbeads in personal care products (PCPs). Unfortunately, the Wisconsin law, along with other proposed state laws, contains a major loophole that benefits the plastics and cosmetics industries at the expense of the environment and human health.
The movement to ban microbeads in […]
Sign Up for Updates
Categorieshealth waters coalition utilities consent decree Earth Day SRF infrastructure BEACH Resiliency incineration flushables air emissions resource recovery nonpoint legal cases public relations collaboration Nutrients Water Week water resources utility of the future Awards clean water National Convention Infrastructure wet weather drones Flushables SSI CEQ Affordability and Finances green infrastructure Incineration extreme weather financial capability regional issues Clean Air Act federal appropriations California financing EPA pretreatment numeric nutrient criteria sludge Mississippi River Basin water quality Top Post Jobs for Water climate change flushability CASA clean water state revolving fund TMDL Congress limits of technology state revolving fund Stormwater farm bill public participation CSOs/SSOs runoff Water Quality Standards sequestration Federal budget cover crops social media Hurricane Sandy State Issues biogas Democrats Victory Green Infrastructure drugs Presidential Race 2012 Clean Water Act Clean water caucus indicator bacteria Communications water reuse U.S. EPA medication disposal jobs sanitation Republicans flushable agricultural runoff Utility of the Future nonpoint sources Bipartisan Clean Water coalitions triclosan Sustainability Money Matters dental amalgam stormwater management wipes sewers finances cost of water stormwater Collaboration integrated planning energy biosolids water quality trading Relief Package rulemaking TMDLs sewer system community health Obama Administration BEACH Act economy bonds municipal bonds nutrients biomethane Utility Management water quality criteria Biosolids POTW public private partnership recreation algal blooms Department of Justice water pollution