Current Headlines

  1. Dana Rexroth Collaborating With Engine Manufacturers To Support Stage V Emissions Regulations In Europe

    Dana Rexroth Transmission Systems today announced that the company is actively working with engine manufacturers in the off-highway industry to support European Stage V emissions regulations

  2. Lime Energy Support For New York Governor’s New 2025 Energy Efficiency Target

    New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced an ambitious acceleration of building energy efficiency upgrades in New York

  3. Responsible Stewardship On Earth Day, Every Day

    As part of our Global Commitment to continue leading our industry to operate more sustainably, this Earth Day, we at Global Container Terminals (GCT) have much to celebrate

  4. GIANT Makes It Easy For Fuel Customers To Reduce Carbon Footprint

    GIANT Food Stores and MARTIN'S Food Markets are making it easy for customers to reduce their carbon footprint by launching a transparent and industry-leading reduced emissions program at all 98 of its fuel stations in partnership with GreenPrint

  5. Software AG’s Cumulocity IoT Platform Powers STW’s Remote Monitoring Of Transport For London Buses

    Software AG recently announced how STW (Sensor-Technik Wiedemann) is implementing a solution, powered by Software AG’s Cumulocity IoT platform, for remote condition monitoring of exhaust gas treatment systems retrofitted to London buses as part of the Greater London Authority’s plans to create an Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ)

  6. WNW Selects Emerald Brand Tree-Free Products And The EcoStay Forestry Initiative To Create An Eco-Program That Reduces Its Carbon Footprint And Supports Reforestation.

    Now every guests' stay at a WNW managed hotel will support forestry preservation in two meaningful ways. Alongside WNW Group's sustainable purchasing choice of Emerald Brand Tree-Free paper products, every stay will support the EcoStay Forestry Initiative

  7. High Lead Levels Registered In Chicago

    Lead appears to be a pervasive problem in Chicago drinking water.

  8. Flinders University Scientists Develop New Environmental Polymer Which Quickly And Effectively Soaks Up Crude Oil

    On the eve of the anniversary of the US Deepwater Horizon disaster, polluted beaches, oily water, dead birds and marine life destruction caused by crude oil spills could be a thing of the past thanks to pioneering research led by Flinders University. In an exciting, sustainable answer to clean up oil spill destruction, scientists have developed a new polymer – itself made from by-products – which quickly and effectively soaks up crude oil. In

  9. Puget Sound Energy Improves Fuel Efficiency And Reduces Emissions With 40 New XL-Powered Hybrid Utility Vans

    Puget Sound Energy (PSE), the Washington state energy provider which recently announced it had added 40 new utility vehicles equipped with a hybrid electrification solution from industry leader XL, will be showcasing one of its new hybrid vans with XL during the Green Transportation Summit & Expo, April 17-19, the companies announced recently

  10. City Of Chula Vista Unveils Electric Vehicle Fleet

    The City of Chula Vista and San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) recently unveiled the City's fleet of new electric vehicles (EV) and an array of EV charging stations at City Hall. SDG&E provided the charging stations, marking a major milestone in the two organizations' partnership to accelerate clean transportation and reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions