The U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC) and contracting firm SAIC are answering the Army's call for more green technologies to be developed by partnering to create the Tactical Garbage to Energy Refinery (TGER) 2.0 system
The final chapter in the Sparrows Point steel mill's 125-year history could be at hand. A redevelopment firm partnering with a liquidator won the bidding for the Baltimore County complex at a court-ordered auction.
Maryland's first industrial-scale wind energy project would be required under a federal plan issued Monday to slow down its turbines at certain times of the year to reduce the number of endangered bats that might be killed by the long, spinning blades.
Biodiesel producers told a congressional panel Wednesday that they're struggling to stay afloat in the wake of fraud cases uncovered in Baltimore and Texas, and a spokesman for petroleum refiners faulted the Environmental Protection Agency for slow response to a crisis he said has cost the industry $200 million so far.
The multi-state effort to restore the Chesapeake Bay is on track to meet its latest timetable for cleaning up the ailing estuary, even though states failed to achieve all the short-term pollution reduction goals they set for themselves three years ago, officials said Monday.
High-earners in Maryland will feel a financial pinch beginning Sunday, when employers boost paycheck withholdings to accommodate higher income tax rates. The tax increase is one of hundreds of new laws taking effect with the July 1 start of the state's fiscal year.
A federal jury convicted a Perry Hall man Monday of wire fraud and money laundering for selling $9 million worth of bogus biodiesel credits to unsuspecting commodities brokers and oil companies in a case that has shaken the nation's renewable fuel industry.
The defense lawyer for a Perry Hall man accused of fraudulently selling $9 million worth of fake renewable fuel credits portrayed him Monday as the fall guy for an unworkable federal energy program that others were scamming as well.
CSX Corp. has terminated agreements to purchase land from property owners along Race and Hanover Roads in Elkridge, all but eliminating the possibility of it locating its proposed intermodal facility there.
Hundreds of Baltimore-area families have volunteered for a government study to spray suburban yards with pesticide, which researchers hope can protect them from Lyme disease but that environmentalists warn is unsafe.