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  1. Maxion Wheels Announces Forged Aluminum Truck Wheels For North American Heavy Duty Aftermarket

    Maxion Wheels, the world’s largest wheel manufacturer, announced recently that it is expanding its North American Commercial Vehicle (CV) product offering with the addition of a forged aluminum truck wheel product line, introduced today in a press conference during Heavy Duty Aftermarket Week (HDAW) 2017 at The Mirage in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

  2. Efficient Drivetrains, Inc. (EDI) Extends Solution Offering With EV And PHEV Vehicle Development Center

    Efficient Drivetrains, Inc. (EDI), a global leader in advanced high-efficiency zero emissions hybrid and electric vehicle drivetrain solutions recently announced the creation of a hybrid and electric vehicle center of excellence focused on the development of EV and PHEV commercial vehicles for its customers in North America

  3. San Jose California: Neutral Fact Finder Provides Evidence That Large Solar Flares Set Off Global Warming/Glacial Retreat And That CO2 Increases That Count Most Are Coming From Melting Glaciers

    The following is the opinion of Kelleher & Associates Environmental Mgmt LLC as to why the earth's atmosphere has been warming since 1860 amidst a glacial retreat

  4. NSF International Introduces Certification For Light Fixtures Used In Controlled Environments

    NSF International, a global public health organization, has launched a certification program for light fixtures intended for use in controlled environments

  5. OMI Industries And Byers Scientific & Manufacturing Announce Distribution Partnership

    OMI Industries, a worldwide leader in providing natural odor abatement solutions, announced that it has officially formed a distribution partnership with Byers Scientific & Manufacturing, a leading designer, engineer and manufacturer of equipment for the industrial odor management industry

  6. SCE Files Plan For Expanding Electric Transportation

    Southern California Edison, a leader in the transformation of the energy sector, has filed with the California Public Utilities Commission a wide-ranging planfor expanding electric transportation in its service area

  7. EPA Launches Technology Challenge For An Advanced Septic System Nitrogen Sensor

    Recently, the U.S. EPA and its partners launched a technology challenge for an Advanced Septic System Nitrogen Sensor. The total award pool for this phase is $55,000.

  8. SDG&E Aims To Reduce Air Pollution By Deploying Electric Vehicle Charging Throughout The Community

    America's transportation sector is the top source for producing harmful carbon emissions and in San Diego it accounts for more than half of all carbon emissions

  9. GN Released Oil Sludge Treatment Equipment New Technology

    As a leading solids and liquid separation equipment manufacturer, GN Solids Control started doing oil sludge treatment business from 2011. By gathering the experience in the field for last 6 years, GN was improving the technology for oil sludge treatment all the time

  10. 1st Comprehensive Cost/Benefit Study Of Climate Policies In San Joaquin Valley Finds Over $13B In Economic Benefits, Mostly In Renewable Energy

    Amid concerns about the economic and employment impacts of California's ambitious climate policies, the first comprehensive, academic study of their effects in the San Joaquin Valley has found a total economic benefit of $13.4 billion