One of the largest fracking companies in the U.S. is suing an outspoken Pennsylvania man who claims the driller contaminated his ground water.
In a recent study, where tuna was caught was nearly as important as its species, in terms of contamination from PCBs, flame retardants, and pesticides.
A group of 200 scientists and medical professionals are calling on the FDA to tightly restrict the production and use of triclosan and triclocarban.
TEPCO, the company tasked with cleaning up the Fukushima nuclear disaster site, plans to dump 770,000 tons of radioactive water into the Pacific Ocean.
Levels of arsenic and lead 300 times the legal limit have been found in groundwater near the coal-powered Allen Fossil Plant in Memphis, Tennessee.
The Port of Portland is suing Monsanto over PCB contamination, alleging the company knew the hazards of PCBs as early as 1937, but did nothing.
Researchers have detected Fukushima radiation in water samples taken from Oregon and in a sockeye salmon sample taken in Canada.
The EPA approved a new glyphosate-dicamba herbicide with restrictions intended to prevent the chemicals from drifting to other crops and damaging them.
A large chemical leak in Atchison, Kansas, resulted in evacuations and shelter-in-place orders for thousands of people this morning.
More than half a million people might have been exposed to dangerous bacteria from contaminated devices used in open heart surgery.
The FDA is working with the C DC and local and state officials to investigate the recent string of sickened individuals caused by frozen strawberries sourced from Egypt.
An assessment by India’s Environment Ministry shows thatGM mustard is nutritionally equal to standard mustard and poses no health or environmental threats.
A recent study has found that one in four chickens at the most common UK supermarkets contain antibiotic resistant E. coli.
A development in East Chicago, Indiana has been confirmed to have toxic lead levels up to 30 times what is considered safe.
Last week, there were 28 confirmed cases of Hepatitis A linked to smoothies from a Virginia branch of the chain Tropical Smoothie cafe.
There are now 6 more brands of turmeric being recalled due to lead contamination. So far, there have been no illnesses or injuries reported.
Texas health officials stated that Blue Bell Creameries will be paying a fine of $850,000 to rectify damage caused by the listeria outbreak at their plant.