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  • Mystery Odor Sickens People in Los Angeles

    The indoor environmental quality (IEQ) professionals at Clark Seif Clark (CSC) provide testing services to help identify and resolve indoor odor complaints.   In early January the Associated Press reported that a mysterious odor in a downtown Los Angeles medical clinic sent 17 people to the hospital.  A hazardous materials team that responded to the scene searched the clinic and ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Odor Investigations Resolve Complex Indoor Air Quality Problems

    The environmental and building consulting experts at EC2 provide inspection and odor investigation services to identify and resolve indoor odor problems. Complaints of strange odors in indoor environments are a common occurrence.  Most people have at one time or another walked into a room or building and have immediately noticed an unusual odor.  In many circumstances these mysterious ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Building Sciences Expert Offers Mystery Odor Identification Advice

    Last month, residents of Eight Mile, Alabama met with their mayor and representatives from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Alabama Department of Environmental Management (ADEM) and two companies with pipelines that run through the area.    The meeting was called after months of searching for the cause of a foul smell that has been making residents sick.  A chemical ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Unsurpassed Performance Wins Customers For BioLargo’s Breakthrough Industrial Odor Control Products

    In early 2015, Dennis Calvert, the CEO of BioLargo, Inc., (BLGO) was asked to serve on the board of directors of CleantechOC, the leading trade association in Southern California serving the clean technology industry. Learning about BioLargo’s award-winning odor control products, an association member involved in the ...


    By Biolargo, Inc.

  • Trion® Introduces the Latest Solution in Commercial Kitchen Air Cleaning

    Trion®, an innovative, international company dedicated to providing quality indoor air quality products for the commercial, industrial, and residential markets since 1947, is proud to introduce the latest innovation in commercial indoor air quality. The Grease Viper™ Commercial Kitchen Air Cleaner is designed to treat grease, smoke, and odor emissions from exhaust ...


    By Trion Indoor Air Quality

  • University of Utah teams receive $15K each for Sustainable Technology Competition

    Two student-led projects at the University of Utah have received $15,000 each from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as part of the People, Prosperity and the Planet (P3) annual student design competition. These grants are among 45 totaling $675,000 awarded today to college teams across the nation to develop sustainable technologies to protect public health and the environment and ...

  • ERG helps Crown Pet Foods deliver improvements in odour emissions

    ERG (Air Pollution Control) Ltd announces the successful installation of a new odour control plant at Crown Pet Foods as part of a £1m plus investment in upgraded odour control at their Castle Cary, Somerset, factory.Crown Pet Foods, who are owned by the global group Royal Canin, completed a new state-of-the-art pet food production facility at Castle Cary in late 2007. Although the facility ...

  • After spill, water ban lifted for part of West Virginia

    Safe tap water gushed from faucets and shower heads in West Virginia on Monday, a welcome sight and sound for a small fraction of the 300,000 people who have not been able to use running water since a chemical spill five days ago. It could still be days before everyone in the Charleston metropolitan area is cleared to use the water, though ...


    By Associated Press

  • Composting Facility Fights Smells by Boosting Productivity

    Composting facilities often must battle scents associated with their operations, but when a multi-million dollar housing development is built within a mile of a composting facility, the challenge becomes an all-out war with aromas. “We live or die by our grinder because if we can’t get material ground as it comes in, we get complaints,” says Dave Rettell, General Manager of the Onyx Arbor Hills ...


    By Vermeer

  • 1 month after spill, West Virginians wary of water

    More than a month after chemicals seeped into West Virginia's biggest water supply, Jeanette Maddox would rather bundle up, drive to a shopping center parking lot and fill jugs of water from the spigot of a tanker truck than trust the tap in her kitchen. This is Maddox's new routine three times a week, what she considers a necessary burden to feel safe drinking water, cooking with it and making ...


    By Associated Press

  • Entertaining Dream: GE 30-Inch Monogram® Refrigerators Offer Sleek Styling, Chef-Inspired Features in Slim Housing

    Consumers need not venture to an upscale restaurant to be wined and dined. That luxury experience can be achieved in a small package, all in the comfort of their own homes. GE Monogram® 30-inch wide refrigerators offer an exquisite design that starts with options like an integrated wine reserve and ends with staple features like a “convertible” ...


    By General Electric

  • After 5 days, West Virginia´s water crisis nears its end

    For the fifth straight day, hundreds of thousands of people in West Virginia had to wash, cook and brush their teeth with bottled water, but officials promised the ban on tap water that was tainted by a chemical spill would soon be lifted. Over the weekend, tests showed that levels of the licorice-smelling chemical used in coal processing were consistently below a toxic threshold, and in some ...


    By Associated Press

  • ReportsnReports - Ozone Generation: Technologies, Markets and Players

    Ozone Generation: Technologies, Markets and Players  THIS REPORT CONTAINS Total worldwide sales revenues for ozone technology were $469 million in 2007, and are expected to increase to more than $800 Million in 2015, a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) ...


  • Coal gas boom in China holds climate change risks

    Deep in the hilly grasslands of remote Inner Mongolia, twin smoke stacks rise more than 200 feet into the sky, their steam and sulfur billowing over herds of sheep and cattle. Both day and night, the rumble of this power plant echoes across the ancient steppe, and its acrid stench travels dozens of miles away. This is the first of more than 60 coal-to-gas plants China wants to build, mostly in ...


    By Associated Press

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