Across The Wire

  1. LifeStraw Tackles Tap Water Contamination Woes In Homes

    As the world's water supply becomes more compromised with surging plastic pollution (microplastics), chemical contaminants, chlorine, and lead, LifeStraw®, a pioneer in global water filtration and purification systems, expands its suite of next-level water filtration products with the debut of the LifeStraw® Home Water Filter Pitcher

  2. Sun Valley Taps Into Clean Energy Economy With New Rooftop Solar Installation

    Los Angeles City Councilmember Nury Martinez ‘flipped the switch’ recently on the largest rooftop solar interconnection in Sun Valley, which will eventually result in 4.3 million pounds of carbon reduction, the equivalent of making approximately one thousand homes carbon-free

  3. Saratoga Wind Farm Now Delivering Clean Energy

    Madison Gas and Electric's (MGE) 66-megawatt Saratoga Wind Farm is fully operational and delivering sustainable, carbon-free energy to the electric grid

  4. CleanChoice Energy Customers Surpass 4 Billion Pounds Of Carbon Pollution Avoided

    CleanChoice Energy, a renewable energy company that empowers people and businesses to cut emissions and live cleaner lives, has announced that its customers have surpassed 4 billion pounds of carbon dioxide pollution avoided

  5. Etsy Becomes The First Global eCommerce Company To Completely Offset Carbon Emissions From Shipping

    Etsy, Inc., the global marketplace for unique and creative goods, today announced that it is becoming the first global ecommerce company to offset 100% of carbon emissions generated by shipping

  6. Bluetracker’s EU MRV And IMO DCS Modules Fully Comply With International Emission Compliance Regulations

    Navis, the leading provider of maritime software solutions for efficient and compliant cargo and vessel performance, today announced that the dedicated emission compliance-modules for EU MRV and IMO DCS of the fleet performance software Bluetracker One has been awarded certification by Verifavia, the emissions verification company for the transport sector

  7. Clean Energy Sustainability Goals Outline Road To 100% Renewable, Zero-Carbon Fuel 20 Years Ahead Of California’s Electric Grid

    Clean Energy Fuels Corp. has set goals to offer Zero-Carbon Redeem renewable natural gas (RNG) at all of its fueling stations by 2025, summarized in its Corporate Sustainability Report unveiled today at the GreenBiz Conference

  8. Bonduelle Fresh Americas Furthers Its Commitment To Reducing Environmental Impact With Cogeneration System

    Bonduelle Fresh Americas, formerly Ready Pac Foods, and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bonduelle (BON.PA), today announced investment in and installation of an energy-efficient cogeneration system at the company's Irwindale, Calif. production plant

  9. ExxonMobil To Increase Permian Profitability Through Digital Partnership With Microsoft

    ExxonMobil said recently a new partnership with Microsoft will make its Permian Basin operations the largest-ever oil and gas acreage to use cloud technology and is expected to generate billions in net cash flow over the next decade through improvements in analyses and enhancements to operational efficiencies.

  10. Ford Investigating Process For U.S. Emissions Certification Concerning Road Load

    The following can be attributed to Kim Pittel, group vice president, Sustainability, Environment & Safety Engineering, Ford Motor Company: “In September, a handful of employees raised a concern through our Speak Up employee reporting channel regarding the analytical modeling that is part of our U.S. fuel economy and emissions compliance process