Nearly $6 million in Volkswagen settlement money will be used to replace older, diesel-powered buses in Bexar County with newer models that run on compressed natural gas and diesel.
Levels of ozone pollution in San Antonio are expected to spike to harmful levels and remain that way for the rest of the week, according to air quality forecasts.
For four years, State environmental regulators, the AG’s office, and San Antonio Code Enforcement have all been trying to crack down on the operator of a failed recycling venture that specialized in processing construction waste.
From Bandera to Blanco, Hill Country residents are increasingly grappling with plans to discharge treated sewage into the region’s clear waterways.
Funds from companies responsible for a massive oil spill will be used to preserve habitat for sea turtles on South Padre Island.
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More than $73.5 million in funding to improve local air quality is headed for the San Antonio area, with local officials eyeing the funds as their best chance to clean up the air before a critical 2021 deadline.
Biologists and naturalists fear a steady flow of treated sewage will spell disaster for one of the last untouched Hill Country spring-fed streams.
The EPA’s decision means stricter regulation of San Antonio’s air quality.
Students say public agencies could make data about spills more accessible, increasing the issue’s visibility and helping target solutions.