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  • CL Solutions Adds Sustainable Absorbents to Product Line

    CL Solutions is pleased to announce that it has added Corksorb spill absorbents to our product line. Corksorb manufactures a wide variety of absorbents from sustainably harvested cork. The absorbent capacity of the hydrophobic cork is 9.4 liters of oil per kilogram of cork, which is greater than cotton, synthetic, or mineral absorbents. The benefit of a greater absorption capacity is that less ...


    By CL Solutions, LLC

  • When stabilisation is critical, PermeatecDS won’t let you down

    October saw the launch of the first product from the Technical Absorbents (TAL) Permeatec product range, which is aimed at the control, stabilisation and reinforcement markets. PermeatecDS has been designed specifically for the control of dust and the stabilisation of loose, granular materials. ...


    By Technical Absorbents

  • CEW Develops Maintenance-free Wheels Used in Sports Wheelchairs for Students

    Forward thinking wheel manufacturer, Custom Engineered Wheels, Inc. (CEW) produces X-CORE 6 spoke wheel, a product that is incomparable in performance. This wheel has now been integrated in sports wheelchairs manufactured by VRD Products, Inc. This wheelchair is designed for mixed, disabled and able-bodied students to be used during physical education programs conducted in ...


  • MOP Environmental Solutions Announces the Signing of Two Strategic Agreements With Significantly Larger Companies

    BATH, NH - MOP Environmental Solutions, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: MOPN), a New Hampshire-based manufacturer of the patented MOP? Maximum Oil Pickup oil absorbent and booms, today announced the signing of two strategic agreements with significantly larger companies as part of its forward looking "Ramp-Up" strategy. On June 23rd, MOP Environmental Solutions signed an agreement with Leigh Fibers of ...


  • TAL takes Permeatec to Nashville

    Nashville, Tennessee is opening its doors to Technical Absorbents Ltd (TAL) as it prepares to take its new PermeatecDS sand and granular material stabilisation technology over to the USA for the first time. It will showcase its new product at Environmental Connection – the event of the International Erosion Control Association (IECA) – which attracts leading players from ...


    By Technical Absorbents

  • Thousands evacuated in Brisbane as floodwaters surge

    As the death toll from the floods in Australian Queensland increased to twelve, with another 51 people missing, the state capital Brisbane braced for widespread flooding across more than 50 suburbs.The most recent estimates suggest that 19,700 homes and 3,500 businesses will be hit by the rapidly rising water. Elsewhere in the area, scores of volunteers were forming human chains to move furniture ...


  • New Pig Corporation Introduces PIG® GOBOX® UNIVERSAL SPILL CADDY

    New Pig Corporation Introduces PIG® GOBOX® UNIVERSAL SPILL CADDY  Tipton, PA – July 21, 2010 – New Pig Corporation (www.newpig.com) has introduced the PIG® GoBox® ...


    By New Pig Corporation

  • UPDATE Collection costs rise as Corus price hits zero

    Local authorities must find cash from existing budgets to continue steel can collections as Corus reduces its CanRoute prices to £0 per tonne. Future producer responsibility targets for steel packaging could also be hit if councils cannot adjust to cover costs.  Prices for cans had been reduced to just £10 per tonne from £95 as recently as October 20. Corus has blamed this further reduction ...

  • Green: this year`s black – or next year`s bleak?

    Making and marketing the new Green reality: the Green Awards 2007 enter the environmental blogosphere with marketing consultant John Grant, author of 'The Green Marketing Manifesto'. Satellite Marketing Communications are the London based agency responsible for the ‘Green Awards’ and they are proud to announce today that John Grant, a luminary of the ‘green blogosphere’ and author of the 'Green ...


    By International Green Awards

  • EPA tips to be cool and safe this summer / limit the heat and the sun, but not the fun

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is providing tips to protect people from the dangers of overexposure to the sun and heat while still enjoying summer activities. Excessive heat and ultraviolet (UV) radiation are dangerous to people’s health. Each year, more people on average die in the U.S. from heat waves than from any other natural disaster. And every hour, one American dies from ...

  • Harvesting more energy from photons

    Original story at MIT News Researchers at MIT and elsewhere have found a way to significantly boost the energy that can be harnessed from sunlight, a finding that could lead to better solar cells or light detectors. The new approach is based on the discovery that unexpected quantum effects increase the number of charge ...

  • Dust bowl threat

    Dust storms accelerated by a warming climate have covered the Rocky Mountains with dirt whose heat-trapping properties have caused snowpacks to melt weeks earlier than normal, worrying officials in Colorado about drastic water shortages by late summer. Snowpacks from the San Juan Mountains to the Front Range have either completely melted or will be gone within the next two weeks, said Tom ...


  • Spectroscopy: Simple solution for soil sample

    Farmers and gardeners know their soil texture can make a big difference in their success. Different plants have different needs for water, nutrients, and air. When they grow in soil that has the right texture, it is easier to deliver the right amount of water, fertilizer, or pesticide to the plants. Then they grow better. Traditional ways of analyzing soil texture are slow. Danish researchers ...


    By American Society of Agronomy

  • Boosting the power of solar cells

    New ways of squeezing out greater efficiency from solar photovoltaic cells are emerging from computer simulations and lab tests conducted by a team of physicists and engineers at MIT. Using computer modeling and a variety of advanced chip-manufacturing techniques, they have applied an antireflection coating to the front, and a novel combination of multi-layered reflective coatings and a tightly ...

  • YOLO colorhouse `outside` paint line takes hues--and cues--from nature

    This summer, put a garden-fresh coat of color on your house while reducing your impact on the environment. YOLO Colorhouse, the Portland-based company specializing in zero-VOC paint finishes, features a Green Seal certified, "Outside" line of 100 percent acrylic exterior paint, in a palette of ...

  • Unique surfacing adds sound and feel to the Pentagon Memorial

    On September 11, 2008, seven years after the terrorist attacks at the Pentagon, The Pentagon Memorial was dedicated to the people who lost their lives. The Memorial is structured chronologically based on the ages of the victims, with the 184 individual Memorials placed along Age Lines parallel to the trajectory of American Airlines Flight 77. While the Memorial Units themselves are the central ...


    By Invisible Structures, Inc.

  • Experts name leading lights in UK’s Clean Tech Revolution

    Scottish technology developer Artemis Intelligent Power, based in Edinburgh has been named overall winner of this year’s Carbon Trust Innovation Awards by an independent panel of renowned clean technology-experts. The judges rigorously assessed each application against a range of strict criteria including genuine innovation, carbon saving potential, novel application and commercial potential. ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • What should you know when purchasing a WBGT instrument?

    Wet Bulb Globe Temperature more directly measures temperature as it relates to a person’s risk of heat illness by factoring the effects of air temperature, relative humidity, wind velocity and radiant heat.  Wet Bulb Globe Temperature, WBGT, is the weighted of average of Wet Bulb, Black Globe and Air Temperature in which WBGT = 0.7Tw + 0.2Tg + 0.1Td. Employers with workers who are at ...


    By Sper Scientific

  • Tracking largest industrial spill

    At about 1 a.m. last Dec. 22, James Schean awoke with a start. He heard what sounded like a furious thunderclap and a staccato of snapping trees. Then his house shuddered and heaved. Swept up by some mighty force, it tore clear of its foundation and rumbled off like a derailed freight car. "I could hear everything breaking," he says, "the rafters cracking, Sheetrock falling off, the furniture ...


    By The Compliance Center (ICC)

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