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  • Vortex Pilot Gas Heater Design Needs No External Energy Source

    A new concept of pilot gas heating that requires no external energy (no chemicals and no electricity) has been applied in the Vortex Pilot Gas Heater (VPGH). In VPGH operations, the heat is produced as an outcome of the routine gas pressure reduction in the unit. The technique is based on the "vortex phenomenon" originated in the technique’s proprietary cylindrical device with no moving ...

  • Reusing Recycled Tires: 5 Benefits of Recycled Rubber Retaining Blocks

    According to the Recycled Times, over 300 millions used truck and car tires are accumulated every year. At least 25% of those tires are being put into landfills, which means that every year in the U.S., 75 million tires are taking up space in a landfill when they could be reused for something better. To put this information into perspective, for every three people in the United States, there is ...


    By ECO Green Equipment

  • Case Study: TankCam® Demo for Major Oil Client in Australia

    Tanknology, Inc. – the US based global leader in forecourt testing – is featuring a series of case studies that showcase significant projects performed by Licensees in its worldwide network. In the summer of 2016 Tanknology Australia completed a TankCam® demo for a large Major Oil company at a new retail fueling site on the Western outskirts of Sydney. ...


    By Tanknology Inc.

  • A vision of real corporate leadership on sustainability

    The basics of sustainability excellence are fairly well known by now: reduce your footprint, create products and services that help customers do the same, drive employee engagement, think value chain, track data and enable transparency, and on and on. But real leaders will go further and address the scale of the sustainability challenges we face by fundamentally remaking their companies. Here's ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Searching for Archeological Anomalies in the Oluz Mound - Case Study

    The History Of The Oluz Mound The Oluz Mound near Amasya, Turkey, is a very important ancient Turkish settlement with a history stretching back to 4,500 B.C. For archaeologists, this site in Central Turkey is an exciting opportunity to discover not just the area’s history, but the history of the birthplace of civilizations. ...


    By Advanced Geosciences, Inc.

  • The world is on the verge of a new economy…one that is transparent and motivated by making money while doing what’s good for society and the environment.

    On March 6th Bank of America, one of the world’s largest financial institutions, announced that they were committing $20 Billion to support growth of environmentally sustainable business enterprises and activities, especially those that address global climate change. For ...


    By AHC Group

  • Clutching At Straws to Come Up With Noise Level Solution

    The UK is renowned for its rich heritage in hosting outdoor festivals, whether it be music or literary, through to farming, food or catering to even more niche audiences. But every festival is unique and, no matter how large or small, they bring with them their own issues when it comes to health & safety and noise related ...


    By Cirrus Environmental

  • Locking up noise in Lancaster Castle – Invictus Noise Monitor & Noise-Hub2 Case Study

    It’s pretty unusual for any noise consultant to be asked to monitor noise levels at a dance music event held within a medieval castle but it’s even more unusual when the revellers are all housed in a converted prison wing inside those ancient walls. That was exactly the challenge that faced noise consultant Chris Selkirk of ‘Sustainable Festivals’, when he was ...


    By Cirrus Environmental

  • Choosing the Right Equipment for Gum Removal

    The walls, floors and carpets in high traffic areas such as malls, schools, parking lots, and restaurants that are maintained on a daily basis, may still feature wads of chewing gum. In fact, most people carelessly discard chewing gum without giving a thought to the effort that another person has to take to remove them. Fortunately, gum removal is no longer the tough job that it used to be. You ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • Urban sustainability issues — What is a resource-efficient city?

    What is this report about? Policy background Scarcity of natural resources poses a threat to the continued prosperity and well‑being of the world's population. As the global economy and population grows and the standard of living rises, the demand for natural resources increases and this threatens the security of supply. Resources are defined as all inputs into ...

  • Choosing the Best Gum Removal Machines

    Ever been to a hospital and remember being disgusted by the sight of a chewing gum stuck on the wall? Ever boarded a bus and turned away on seeing chewing gum stuck on the seat? That is the way things are right now – people carelessly throw away gum wads without paying a second thought to how the others will feel about those. It is important to remember that cleaning off gum wads is not ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • Standard Chlorine of Delaware Remediation

    By designing a 70-foot deep barrier wall, Black & Veatch was able to cut off contaminant source areas from a creek near New Castle, Delaware. The groundwater treatment system that Black & Veatch designed prevents site contamination from reaching the underlying drinking water aquifer. The Standard Chlorine of Delaware Site is a 65 acre area including an abandoned chlorobenzene ...


    By Black & Veatch Corporation

  • Compost in the mix for storm water management

    Bioretention areas, also known as rain gardens, are increasingly being used to capture and treat storm water runoff from impervious surfaces such as roofs, sidewalks and parking lots. These landscaped areas often feature native plants installed in an engineered soil mixture that includes compost. “Bioretention areas or rain gardens are an attractive storm water Best Management Practice (BMP) ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Permeable Pavers Score a Triple Double* in Bloomington’s Cascades Park

    Untitled Document Sometimes everything doesn’t fit into the space allotted. This was the case with revitalizing Lower Cascades Park in the famous Indiana University basketball ...


    By Advanced Pavement Technology

  • EEA Signals 2012 – Building the future we want

    Greening our economy Most people will remember 2011 as a year of financial turmoil, the Japanese earthquake-tsunami-nuclear disaster, country bailouts in Europe and mass protests linked to the Arab Spring, the Occupy Wall Street movement and the Spanish Indignados. Only a few will remember that it was also the year scientists discovered more than 18 000 new species living on our planet. ...

  • Rebuilding cities after Sandy: 3 keys to climate resilience

    As negotiators in Doha move toward a new global climate agreement this week, politicians and planners in the United States are still busy absorbing the lessons of Hurricane Sandy. ...

  • A moldy summer and the 3 H’S hot-humid-hurricanes

    A HOT WET SUMMER Once again, we’ve entered the hurricane season, when hot humid air envelops most of North America. Beginning in the Spring and lasting until the first frost of Autumn, the air is typically well above 60% Relative Humidity, which is ideal for promoting the growth of mold. The official Hurricane season runs from June to September, and even though they may not qualify as ...

  • Briefing paper: accelerating action to Save Peat for Less Heat!

    Emissions from drained and degrading peatlands (organic soils) amount to almost double the amount of CO2 emissions from aviation1, even when skyrocketing emissions from peat fires are not included. This briefing paper shows where the most urgent action is needed and presents a roadmap and policy recommendations for accelerating action. Peatlands cover only 3% of the global land surface. Some 15% ...


    By Wetlands International

  • What is the challenge with the dichromate COD approach and why is an alternative method required?

    Ask The Expert: What is the challenge with the dichromate COD approach and why is an alternative method required? Answer: The traditional COD analysis approach has been used for decades and is based on the use of potassium dichromate, one of the reagents necessary ...


    By Camlab Limited

  • Steam Wash Systems: Simplifying Soap Scum Removal

    Bathroom maintenance is one of the most demanding cleaning applications in most hospitality settings and restrooms. The floors, walls, show stalls, bathtubs, and sliding doors can quickly develop rust, hard water, and soap scum with daily use. This is primarily due to the high moisture levels, poor lighting, and minimal air circulation in these areas. Sometimes, the use of best chemicals or hours ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

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