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  1. New Alliance Takes Aim At Transportation Sector Pollution

    A group of Pacific Northwest businesses and nonprofits announced the launch of the Northwest Alliance for Clean Transportation

  2. Nuclear Plant Closures In Ohio And Pennsylvania Will Have Significant Negative Impacts On The Environment And Economy

    The announced closure of four nuclear power plants in Ohio and Pennsylvania will have severe environmental and economic impacts, according to a new report released today by The Brattle Group. Specifically, these closures would likely result in an increase of over twenty million metric tons of CO2 emissions, tens of thousands of tons of incremental air pollutants, and significantly higher electricity costs to consumers. It would also put hundreds of millions in GDP and

  3. Harnessing The Power Of Nature To Treat Industrial Water

    The future of water treatment is shifting more toward sustainable treatment processes - those found in nature - to purify water used for consumption and industrial processes. As more companies make commitments to becoming better stewards of the environment, many are adopting newer and innovative alternatives to chemical treatment.

  4. The Propane Council Of Texas Touts Benefits of Propane School Buses During Earth Week

    In honor of Earth Week, the Propane Council of Texas would like to highlight the environmental benefits of clean-burning propane school buses for a way school districts can lower their emissions and help create greener schools and communities

  5. Orion Engineered Carbons Plans To Install Innovative Pollution Control Technology At Its Louisiana Plant

    Orion Engineered Carbons S.A., a leading worldwide supplier of specialty and high-performance Carbon Black, recently announced that it has signed a contract with Haldor Topsoe (Lyngby, Denmark; to install Topsoe’s sustainable emissions control technology, SNOX, in a Carbon Black production plant for the first time

  6. Dearman To Exhibit Cutting Edge Zero Emission Technology At Major North American Expo

    London-based clean tech firm Dearman will exhibit its revolutionary liquid air technology at California’s biggest event for clean transport.

  7. Renewable Industries Canada Applauds Ontario’s Move To 10% Ethanol In Gasoline

    Building on the success of current biofuel mandates, Renewable Industries Canada (RICanada) applauds Ontario’s leadership in increasing blending requirements for ethanol in gasoline to 10% by 2020

  8. Ingersoll Rand Achieves 2020 Energy Efficiency Goal And Advances Climate Commitment With Renewable Energy

    Ingersoll Rand, a world leader in creating comfortable, sustainable and efficient environments, announced that it has achieved a significant milestone in its global Climate Commitment ahead of schedule and is deepening its commitment with on-site and off-site renewable energy investments

  9. New Communication Technology Will Advance Expansion Of Sustainable Energy

    E-Spectrum Technologies, Inc., a market leader in the development of technology-driven solutions for upstream energy markets, announced it has been selected for the next phase of a United States Department of Energy (DOE) sponsored Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant for $985,773 to continue development of A Near-Real-time Electromagnetic Data-Link for Geothermal Downhole Instruments (Award Number: DE-SC0017065). After successfully completing their Phase I grant, which is intended for feasibility studies and market analysis, E-Spectrum will use the Phase II funds to develop a fully commercialized product that will reduce hazards and lower costs associated with drilling geothermal wells

  10. Red And White Fleet Makes The Switch To 100% Renewable And Sustainable Neste MY Renewable Diesel

    Red and White Fleet, a San Francisco, California tour boat company, has switched its entire fleet of vessels from operating on petroleum diesel to using Neste MY Renewable Diesel