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Approximated EU GHG inventory: proxy GHG estimates for 2013

by European Environment Agency (EEA)  (Oct. 28, 2014)

Objective of the report This report provides estimates of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the European Union (EU) and its Member States for the year 2013, covering the full GHG inventory (all sectors, except land use, land‑use change and forestry (LULUCF), and all gases). These estimates are also referred to as approximated ('proxy') ...

How to calculate payback – The Case for Energy Efficiency

by GreenBrick Surveyors  (Oct. 26, 2014)

With yet another round of government legislation mandating companies to monitor their energy efficiency coming into force this year, are business managers embracing the sustainability agenda being enforced in the UK? The general industry view appears to be that while companies are doing all they can to comply with an increasingly onerous ...

This Month’s Featured Report – Spotlight On Ups

by Global Reporting Initiative  (Oct. 1, 2014)

Founded in 1907, United Parcel Service of North America, Inc. (UPS) is the world's largest package delivery company and a leading global provider of specialized transportation and logistics services. Why did you decide to start issuing sustainability reports? The rationale for why we published our first report in ...

Removal of sulfur compounds from petroleum refinery wastewater through adsorption on modified activated carbon

by IWA Publishing  (Oct. 29, 2014)

The adsorption of sulfur compounds from petroleum refinery wastewater on a chemically modified activated carbon (MAC) was investigated. The modification technique (nitric acid, hydrogen peroxide and thermal modification) enhanced the removal capacity of carbon and therefore decreases cost-effective removal of sulfide from refinery wastewater. ...

With more investment, the developing world can lead the way to a low-carbon future

by Ensia  (Oct. 9, 2014)

Global business can find good investments that also address climate change by looking to the world’s most vulnerable populations. When it comes to helping the world transition to a low-carbon future, developing nations are in a unique position to lead — but they can’t do it alone. Investments are needed. Luckily, the ...

Emissions Reduction with Diesel Blending

by GlobeCore Blending  (May 8, 2014)

Diesel technologies are develops by huge rates. Modification of cars with diesel engines make a half of the new cars sold in Europe. The black smoke, noisy engine operation and unpleasant smell remained far in the past. Today diesel engines present not only profitability, but also high capacity and worthy dynamic characteristics. Quality of fuel ...

Global economies must lower carbon emissions five times faster than today

by GLOBE Foundation  (Sep. 9, 2014)

A new analysis of economic growth rates and greenhouse gas emissions data for G20 economies suggests that global economies need to cut their energy related carbon emissions faster – much faster. In order to limit global warming to 2°C, the limit scientists agree is needed to avoid serious risks of runaway climate change impacts, global ...

Developing global energy best practices case study

by Antea Group - USA  (Nov. 6, 2014)

Challenge: A leading global beverage company plans to grow its business without increasing carbon emissions. This “grow-the-business, not-the-carbon” plan targets reductions in emissions by incorporating energy efficiency projects/practices and the use of innovative technologies (e.g. renewable energy) across its global manufacturing ...

Emissions reduction with Diesel blending

by GlobeCore Blending  (Nov. 15, 2013)

Diesel technologies are develops by huge rates. Modification of cars with diesel engines make a half of the new cars sold in Europe. The black smoke, noisy engine operation and unpleasant smell remained far in the past. Today diesel engines present not only profitability, but also high capacity and worthy dynamic characteristics. Quality of fuel ...

Heat-enhanced bioremediation and destruction - Case Study

by TRS Group, Inc. (TRS)  (Nov. 30, 2012)

Introduction In situ thermal treatment through Electrical Resistance Heating (ERH) is a proven robust technology for the treatment of volatile organic compound (VOC) source zones. ERH effectively treats the subsurface by volatilizing dense non-aqueous phase liquid (DNAPL) and VOCs, recovering the vapor, and treating the vapor by conventional ...

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