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Pollution Engineering’s CoffeeHaus is a blog space where visitors can read opinions and comments about industry topics of the day. Visitors are encouraged to respond by making their comments known as well. In this space, you will read comments from the managing editor, Roy Bigham, our legal editor, Lynn Bergeson, our associate editor Josh Foster and we have a special space for our industry partners to make comments as well. This space covers topics that are currently in the news or released from the EPA. To learn more about submitting blog content, visit our Partners Blog page!

Making GHG, Maybe a Good Thing?

EPA Methane Suggestions Raise Questions

 While the EPA complains about one source of methane gas production, they seem also to encourage additional emissions be planned.


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US President Announces New China GHG Agreement

Is Clean Energy Coming to China with New Deal?

The recently announced deal with China goes a long way in explaining the current thinking of our government leaders.


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Elections Can Have Consequences

Clean Energy Could be Coming

Many people believe it does not matter which party is in control of government these days. Perhaps trying to predict the future consequences is more like playing Whac-A-Mole.


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What Might an Alternative Power Lifestyle Look Like?

Clean Energy May Change Lifestyles

As society increases a move to alternative energy sources, what changes might be necessary by the average Joe?


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Water, the Next Big Economic Blow

The Cost of Reusing Water

With the push to reuse water and improve wastewater treatment, we must accomplish the tasks but not make water unaffordable for the masses.


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Banning Plastic Bags

A Waste Handling Dilemma, Paper or Plastic

The argument over the use of plastic bags versus paper bags has raged for some time. One state has made it final, maybe.


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Setting the Example

Applying the Clean Energy Plan Equitably

The United States has issued a Clean Energy Plan. To who is that plan intended to apply?


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After 40 Years, EPA is Convinced that Cars Still are the Problem

EPA is Still Attacking Automobiles as Air Pollution Sources

EPA is still attacking automobiles as air pollution sources.


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Serving the Audience

While not everyone can agree on everything, there is usually a majority who do agree.

Are opinions important and should they be voiced?


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The Real Reason Global Warming Must be True

Why we must control CO2 emissions

Arguments over the authenticity of global warming claims or attempts to discredit the claims really do not matter.


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