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IBM Research Launches Project “Green Horizon” to Help China Deliver on Ambitious Energy and Environmental Goals

by IBM  (Jul. 7, 2014)

IBM (NYSE: IBM) has announced that it is deploying the full force of its researchers in laboratories around the world in a 10-year initiative to support China in transforming its national energy systems and protecting the health of citizens. Dubbed “Green Horizon”, the ...

Federal Issues - TSCA/FIFRA/IRIS/EPCRA

by Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.  (Jul. 15, 2014)

Limited Space Still Available For Sustainable Futures Training Workshop: There are still spaces available for the Sustainable Futures Training workshop scheduled for August 5-7, 2014, at the George Washington University campus in Washington, D.C. Attendees at the three-day workshop will get firsthand experience with the ...

3E Company Announces New President and CEO

by 3E Company  (Jul. 1, 2014)

3E Company, a leading provider of environmental health and safety (EH&S) compliance and information management services, today announced the appointment of Uday Virkud as president and CEO. Mr. Virkud, who has an extensive background in risk management, replaces Robert S. Christie, who led 3E since 2004. 3E Company is a subsidiary of Verisk ...

Turkish Delight with CEM 2014 Emissions Monitoring Event

by Environmental Technology Publications Ltd  (Jun. 30, 2014)

The organisers of CEM 2014, the emissions monitoring event that took place in Istanbul during May, have expressed their delight with the feedback that they received following this year’s Conference and Exhibition. “Increasing awareness of air quality issues coupled with international climate change initiatives have resulted in a ...

Diagnosing “Broken` Buildings to Make Them Greener

by MIT - Massachusetts Institute of Technology  (Jun. 13, 2014)

Original story at MIT News The co-founders of MIT spinout KGS Buildings have a saying: “All buildings are broken.” Energy wasted through faulty or inefficient equipment, they say, can lead to hundreds of thousands of dollars in avoidable annual costs. That’s why KGS aims to “make ...

Scientists Explore Using Trees to Clean Pollution

by Associated Press  (Jun. 9, 2014)

Before Houston and its suburbs were built, a dense forest naturally purified the coastal air along a stretch of the Texas Gulf Coast that grew thick with pecan, ash, live oak and hackberry trees. It was the kind of pristine woodland that was mostly wiped out by settlers in their rush to clear land and build communities. Now one of the nation's ...

Sopcawind, a Multidisciplinary Tool for Designing Wind Farms

by Elhuyar Fundazioa - Basque Research  (Jun. 10, 2014)

The SOPCAWIND tool is a piece of software that facilitates the design of wind farms, bearing in mind not only the aspects of energy productivity but also the possible impact the wind farm may have on the environment, radars or other telecommunications systems in the vicinity. It also assesses acoustic noise, the effect of shadow on nearby housing, ...

Water Company Installs Ultrasonic System to Kill off Algae

by Ultrasonic Algae Control LG Sound:  (May 22, 2014)

ULTRASONIC sound waves are being used to kill off algae at an East Dorset reservoir. Sembcorp Bournemouth Water (SBW) has installed an ultrasonic algae control system at Longham Lakes. The system, supplied by Dutch company LG Sound, is used widely in mainland Europe but is the first to be installed by an English water company. It uses underwater ...

Addressing India`s Air Pollution Control Needs

by Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc.  (Apr. 4, 2014)

As regulators in India develop stricter standards for industrial air pollutants, two capital equipment suppliers have formed a new partnership to meet the upcoming demand for air pollution control solutions from Indian manufacturers and factories.        Anguil Environmental Systems, Inc. (Anguil) and MOJJ ...

EPA Proposes Changes to Refinery Emission Rules

by Associated Press  (May 15, 2014)

Texas environmental advocates are applauding a new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposal to reduce oil refinery pollution by forcing operators to adopt new technology that better monitors and controls emissions. If adopted, the rule would mark the first change to the industry's emission standards in nearly two decades. The EPA's 870-page ...

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