Investing in young people is an investment in the future, especially in this case. EPA has announced more than $557,000 in funding for eight student teams. These student projects have an aim to develop sustainable technology solutions, to solve environmental and public health issues.

Image: Shutterstock The U S Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has announced more than $557,000 (£489,318) in funding for eight student teams to develop sustainable technologies to solve a range of environmental and public health challenges. Montclair State University has received a grant to develop sustainable urban storm water management systems, Kennesaw State University, will research reducing carbon emissions with wireless technology and California State University plans to develop reusable biodiesel solvents, Winning teams in the past have set up a company specialising in household water treatment systems, created a floating wetland classroom and developed what was claimed to be […]


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