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  1. Soot Emissions Decrease In Most Arctic Countries

    Emissions of black carbon (soot) have decreased in most countries of the Arctic Council, according to material presented at the recent meeting of the council's expert group distributed by the government of Finland

  2. Gold Resource Corporation's Aguila Project Connects To Power Grid Reducing Environmental Emissions

    Gold Resource Corporation (NYSE American: GORO) (the “Company”) today announced the successful power line connection of its El Aguila Project in Oaxaca, Mexico to the Federal Electricity Commission’s (Comisión Federal de Electricidad or CFE) power grid

  3. Interior Provides More Than $53.8M In Conservation Funding For Pennsylvania To Reclaim And Repurpose Abandoned Coal Mines

    U.S. Acting Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt recently announced that the Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement (OSMRE) will provide $53,846,935 to Pennsylvania in Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 Abandoned Mine Land (AML) Reclamation grants, to clean up and repurpose abandoned coal mines.

  4. Midwest Energy Emissions Corp. Expands Into Existing Customer Fleet By Securing Two New Boilers

    Midwest Energy Emissions Corp. (OTCQB: MEEC) ("ME2C" or the "Company"), a leader in mercury emissions control in North America, today announced the expansion of an existing customer agreement to supply its proprietary Sorbent Enhancement Additive (SEA®) technologies to two additional coal-fired boilers in North America

  5. SoCalGas Funds Demonstration Of Adsorbed Natural Gas Technology For Light-Duty Trucks

    Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today announced it will fund a field demonstration of adsorbed natural gas bi-fuel vehicles powered by natural gas compressing technology developed by Adsorbed Natural Gas Products, Inc. and Ingevity

  6. Impact Transportation Deploys Orange EV Electric Yard Truck To Port Of Oakland Operations

    Orange EV and Impact Transportation today announced the deployment of an Orange EV T-Series pure electric terminal truck to Impact’s 250,000 square foot warehouse and special project site supporting Port of Oakland operations

  7. New-Generation Diesel Engines Deliver Reduced Emissions, Fuel Savings And Cleaner Air To The Mid-Atlantic Region

    Today at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Air Management Association’s (MARAMA) Mobile Sources Training Workshop, experts from the Diesel Technology Forum highlighted new insights on clean air benefits delivered by new generations of diesel technology and the technology’s potential to reduce mobile-source emissions, including those attributed to commercial truck and workboat fleets

  8. EPA, Georgia-Pacific Settle Industrial Stormwater Violations At Coos Bay, Oregon, Facility

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Georgia-Pacific Wood Products, LLC, of Coos Bay, Oregon, reached a Clean Water Act settlement that is expected to reduce uncontrolled industrial stormwater threats to Isthmus Slough and Coos Bay.

  9. Environmental Initiatives In Universities Are Highlighted On ‘Information Matrix’, Hosted By Laurence Fishburne

    Laurence Fishburne, an accomplished actor, philanthropist, and the host of "Information Matrix", will be introducing an approaching segment on the growth of environmental initiatives in universities

  10. Protecting The Environment In Mozambique’s Emerging Oil And Gas Sector

    Mozambique is expected to become the world’s third largest natural gas exporter by 2023, bringing a projected $39B to the Mozambican economy over the next 20 years and creating over 700,000 jobs by 2035