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  • Genoil Receives Breakthrough Patent for Sand Decontamination & Gives Oil Spill Update

    CALGARY, ALBERTA -  Genoil (TSX VENTURE: GNO)(OTCBB: GNOLF) a global leader in petroleum technology announced today that it has been awarded a major patent for it"s breakthrough sand decontamination technology by the United States patent office. The patent recognized the unique positioning of Genoil for Gulf of Mexico disaster cleanup. Genoil provides the best commercial, economic and ...


    By Genoil Inc.

  • Duct Cleaners under Scrutiny from the Media

    Last week WOWT in Omaha, Nebraska reported on the investigation of a duct cleaning company that was offering an $80 air duct cleaning promotion.  The Better Business Bureau (BBB) had concerns and utilized an employee’s home to take the company up on its offer.   According to the WOWT report, a technician from the company arrived at the home that had been outfitted with cameras ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Coolant destruction is 4000 times cleaner than expected

    Emissions from a plant built to destroy one of Britain’s biggest environmental hazards have been up to 4000 times cleaner than its designers expected. Engineers believed they could reduce the levels of radioactivity in effluent from a new liquid metal destruction plant by up to a thousand times at most. But the £15 million plant built at Dounreay in northern Scotland has reported decontamination ...

  • Daimer Unveils Steam Cleaner for Clean Room Disinfection

    Daimer Industries, Inc.®, the world's leading brand in advanced commercial and industrial cleaning technologies with hundreds of models shipped to over 200 nations, has launched a multipurpose steam cleaner containing a special technology installed within the boiler. Daimer®'s KleenJet® Ultra 5000CVP ATIS® (Advanced Thermal Ionic ...


    By Daimer Industries Inc.

  • Duct Cleaners Rely on Legends for their Unique Insurance Coverage Needs

    Homes and buildings with dirty ducts can spread indoor air quality (IAQ) contaminants every time the HVAC system turns on.  These same dirty ducts cause HVAC systems to work harder and use more energy to cool or heat a building.   According to the National Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), “While dirty ducts don’t necessarily mean unhealthy air in your home, school or ...

  • March issue of Dounreay news published

    The March issue of the site newspaper, Dounreay News, has now been published and is also available online. The front cover features the building crane from the redundant decontamination building which was recently lifted down off its rails. The full story and more photos can be found on the centre pages. Other stories include: Celebrating our apprentices 4,000 times cleaner ...

  • Cillit Bang used in clean-up at Dounreay

    The BBC has today covered the use of Cillit Bang in the clean-up of the Dounreay Site. The press release issued by Dounreay Site Restoration Limited can be found below. Nuclear sites across Britain are showing interest in the discovery by workers at Dounreay that one of the country's best-selling household cleaner removes plutonium stains more effectively than many industrial clean-up products. ...

  • UVDI Partners with Christie Medical Holdings to Represent the V-360°™ Room Sanitizer

    UVDI today announced a Sales Representative partnership with Christie Medical Holdings, Inc. to exclusively represent sales of the V-360° Room Sanitizer in most of the US market.    “UVDI is delighted to establish this partnership with Christie Medical Holdings, a company that has a tremendous acute care hospital presence and the ability to rapidly increase V-360° Room ...


    By Ultraviolet Devices, Inc.

  • FFT-SolutionTM, Used to Assist In Oil Spill Cleanup

    A new green, toxin free, cost efficient Oil Dispersant has been used to assist in the Oil Spill Remediation at a mid-Atlantic naval facility. FFT-SolutionTM an approved EPA registered chemical is now listed on the ...

  • EPA announces completion of mission assignment in response to Minot, ND floods

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced today that the field mission assignment in response to flooding in Minot, North Dakota has been completed. EPA Emergency Response staff first mobilized to Minot on July 11th, 2011 and began mission activities at the request of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the City of Minot, and the State of North Dakota on July 17th, 2011. The ...

  • USA Today Exposes Insufficient Efforts to Stop the Deadly Bacteria Known as C. diff

    This month, USA Today ran a major article entitled, “Far more could be done to stop the deadly bacteria C. diff”.  The publication’s investigation into this pathogenic bacterium, officially known as Clostridium difficile, found that it is linked to more than 30,000 deaths each year in the United States.  These figures are approximately double those of federal ...


    By Ultraviolet Devices, Inc.

  • Bridging industry needs, EPA technologies focus of 2007 Clean Water Partnership Summit

    Invitations will be extended to members of the business, environmental, research, venture capital and technology transfer sectors for the 2007 Clean Water Partnership Summit: Bridging Industry Needs and EPA Technologies, slated for September 5-6 in Cincinnati. The summit is presented by the Intellectual Property Management Group’s Environmental Technologies (ET) Program, under a cooperative ...

  • Eriez on display at Spanish recycling fair

    Eriez Europe is partnering this year with Muncker Equipos y Servicios S.A. (Munckersa) of Madrid, Spain to present its latest eddy current separator and other equipment to the Spanish market. Eriez Magnetics Europe Ltd will be at Madrid Recovery and Recycling International Trade Fair ¡V SRR ¡V held at Madrid IFEMA between the 11th and 13th of June 2014. SRR is in its 4th edition and ...


    By Eriez Magnetics Europe Ltd

  • Blue goo sucks up toxic waste

    (CNNMoney) -- Mopping up radioactive waste is messy work. Ever since an earthquake and a tsunami crippled Japanese nuclear power plants in March, cleanup crews have been struggling to decontaminate the area. Typically, this kind of work is performed with low-tech tools: soap, water, pads, brushes and old-fashioned ...


    By METIS Scientific

  • Cities setting standards in eco-innovation - Curitiba, Brazil

    Eco-innovation is usually applied to products, not cities. Yet the planning achievements of Curitiba and other cities can indeed be considered eco- innovations. Most people today live in urban areas, and this migration is set to continue. Local authorities are confronted with the harsh realities of environmental problems as the environmental footprints of cities rise. Also inhabitants are ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

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