Monthly Archives: December 2015

Two: 10 Days of ISTC; Anniversary Presentation Videos

Videos of presentations at ISTC’s anniversary event provide a fascinating look at problems of pollution contamination in Illinois and how the Center contributed to the clean up. Links to the videos will be made available over the next two weeks … Continue reading

One: 10 Days of ISTC; Anniversary Presentation Videos

  ISTC Looks Back, and to the Future During Anniversary Duration: 12’33” VIDEO 1: Mike Barcelona was a primary architect of the Hazardous Research and Information Center (HWRIC) that would evolve into the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center (ISTC). He and … Continue reading

Illinois Rivers Research – New Publication

The Illinois Sustainable Technology Center (ISTC) manages the Illinois Hazardous Waste Research Fund (HWRF) which is used to sponsor grants for projects focused on pollution prevention, reduction of contaminants, water conservation, and other environmental issues of importance to the State.. … Continue reading

Tips for a 2015 Waste-Free Holiday

Imagine a simple holiday season without a bunch of stuff to clean up in the end. You might think that it can only happen in your dreams, but it is easier than you might think. Take a look at the … Continue reading

Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products in the Environment Conference

Want to learn more about latest research on emerging contaminants in the environment? Come check out the Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products (PPCPs) in the Environment Conference hosted by the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center (ISTC), in conjunction with Illinois-Indiana Sea … Continue reading

Pharmaceutical & Personal Care Products in the Environment Consortium Meeting

The Pharmaceutical and Personal Care Products Consortium is hosted by the Illinois Sustainable Technology Center (ISTC) and is open to anyone who is conducting research on pharmaceuticals, personal care products, and/or hormones in the environment or related topics. Meetings are … Continue reading