atmospheric data News

  • Carbon Engineering thanks partners and vendors for continued collaboration

    With the recent publication of our Direct Air Capture (DAC) cost analysis paper behind us, we wanted to provide an update on some of the work that takes place behind the scenes at our pilot plant in Squamish, B.C. Although our DAC and AIR TO FUELS technologies have been successfully proven and demonstrated, our pilot plant continues to ...


    By Carbon Engineering Ltd

  • Monitoring CO2 Concentrations in Pig and Poultry Processing

      Over recent years, there has been increasing concern for raising animal welfare standards in pig and poultry processing and the meat processing industry as a whole. This covers not just the animal’s environment and diet but also the procedures used in the slaughtering process. To ensure that an animal is insensitive to pain while being slaughtered, a European Union directive1requires ...


    By Edinburgh Sensors Ltd

  • A Dust-Up in Construction

    Noise, vibration, and dust exposure are inevitable on construction sites and are, of course, a major concern for occupational hygienists. The recent focus in both the U.K. and the U.S. has been on respirable crystalline silica, or RCS, which is responsible for tens of thousands of premature deaths each year due to respiratory illnesses. And while the industry looks to mitigate exposure by ...


    By Casella

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