Northern West Virginia Brownfields Assistance Center recently helped WV communities submit applications for $3.2 million in EPA grants.
Jerry Fletcher, center director, addresses environmental concerns as the panelist at the “Climate Change, China, and the West Virginia Connection” forum.
National Alternative Fuel Vehicle Day Odyssey organized by the NAFTC is the largest ever of its kind in the world.
WVU faculty, staff, and students assist city with revitalization efforts.
WVU EcoCar Challenge and Formula SAE race teams work with the Prius cutaway car at NAFTC to learn about electric drive vehicle safety.
Carrie Staton presents Kingwood City Council with a redevelopment grant for the city’s recycling program. The mini-grant was sponsored by Wesbanco.
For the 15th year businesses from across West Virginia participated in “Innovation & Entrepreneurship Day at the Capitol.” The group pictured with Gov. earl Ray Tomblin.
WVU’s ORAU representative Kaitlyn Wolf was selected by an international panel to attend the prestigious 5th Lindau Meeting on Economic Sciences, a gathering of Nobel economic laureates.
Dr. Lance Lin, WVU Civil and Environmental Engineering, discusses his project on water desalination for shale gas well produced water at the WVU Shale Gas Forum.
Cristina Dumitrescu joins the NRCCE as our new engineering program coordinator.
Organizers and visitors discuss upgrades to the Beltline at the Storefront Community Fair in Fairmont while Culture Thief entertains guests in the back.
NRCCE’s memo of understanding with Pierpont Technical and Community College allows Peirpont’s Doug Furr to teach advanced power plant operations to his students.
The PTTC is a partnership connecting industry with the latest technology and knowledge to safely and responsibly develop the nation’s oil and gas resources.
WVU faculty and researchers discuss strategies for sustainable water and energy management with Kosovo representatives invited by the U.S. State Dept. The event was hosted by WVU’s International Programs and the NRCCE.
Local science camp kids try out the AVESTAR system with help from WVU grad student Jacob Albright.
West Virginia University hosted Guangdong University of Petrochemical Technology at the NRCCE in September. The visit included an overview of WVU’s chemical, petroleum, mechanical, and electrical and computer engineering programs as well as information about the university’s international academic and exchange programs.
Amy Fernandez, NRCCE analytical lab technician, tests water samples for a WVU researcher to determine aluminum concentration. The lab has been awarded a certificate of recognition and excellence for quality control from Environmental Research Associates.
Doug Patchen (Right) answers questions about Utica shale gas on WAJR’s Inside Shale with Hoppy Kercheval (Left).
A novel problem-solving approach spearheaded by WVWRI combined water science with stakeholder collaboration to improve the Monongahela River’s water quality. Monongahela River by Melissa O’Neal, Three Rivers QUEST.
The NAFTC is celebrating its recent international win in the 2015 Videographer Awards. NAFTC earned the Award of Distinction for Video Production/Special Events for their National AFV Odyssey video.
For 35 years, NESC has helped thousands of small communities with their wastewater, environmental training, infrastructure resilience, and utility management needs.