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  • Star Screener

    Star aperture hydraulic adjustable from 4mm to 104mm, this gives great flexibility in screening size whilst working with variable moisture contents & particle sizes of material. Speed control infinitely adjustable up to 170rpm, shafts are direct driven by individual electric motors for ease-of maintenance. (No change of chains and sprockets for maintenance) The flexibility of ...


    By Screenpod International

  • EPA sets stricter standards for energy star televisions

    Televisions will soon need to be 40% more energy efficient than conventional models to achieve the Energy Star label. Currently, Energy Star-qualified TVs use about 30% less energy than conventional models, but the specifications were revised on September 3 by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Under the new requirements, which take effect on May 1, 2010, TVs must use less energy ...

  • EPA announces new energy star requirements for televisions and cable/satellite boxes

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is announcing the completion of updates to the Energy Star requirements for televisions and cable and satellite boxes. Effective in September 2011, these products must be 40 percent more efficient than conventional models in order to qualify for the Energy Star label. The updates are the first of more than 20 revisions to product requirements the ...

  • Introducing Thermo Scientific Orion Star A100 Meters from Cole-Parmer

    Simplicity meets accuracy in the new Thermo Scientific Orion Star A100 Meters—an excellent choice for environmental testing, water and wastewater treatment, quality control in food and beverage testing, and education. Affordable yet reliably effective, the meters feature a large LCD, simple button layout, and on-screen messages. Informative displays indicate measurement along with ...

  • Software Enables Rapid Screening for RoHS Compliance

    Software enables rapid screening of electronics systems, PC boards, plastic parts and components for RoHS compliance. Innov-X Systems has extended its leadership in X-ray fluorescence (XRF) technology with the release of new RoHS-Star software to assist manufacturers in complying with the European Union's Restriction on hazardous substances (RoHS) Directive. The new software enables rapid ...


    By Olympus

  • Screening und shredding technology from Eggersmann for processing wood and bio-waste

    Wardenburg. Soon to be, an increase of waste wood and bio mass is expected in shredding and screening. For this reason, the demands in throughput and flexibility of the machines are high. In the field of waste wood shredding, there is an incline in the demand for one end product in one operation – smaller than 150 mm and not contaminated.  In addition, in the treatment of biomass the ...


    By Eggersmann GmbH

  • Screening and shredding technology from Eggersmann for processing wood and bio-waste

    The Eggersmann Group has a wide-reaching product portfolio of high-performance shredders, screening machines and windsifters at its disposal to treat all kinds of materials. To process wood and bio-waste the company offers multiple solutions of well-known brands. Soon to be, an increase of waste wood and bio mass is expected in shredding and screening. For this reason, the demands in throughput ...


    By Eggersmann GmbH

  • Turning Waste into Profit

    This project was undertaken on behalf of Thompson's of Prudhoe to enable their existing waste recycling plant to become more profitable... The recycling plant at Springwell Quarry is handling skip waste and C&D waste. The initial screening split is at 40mm using a large Trommel screen. For many years the 40mm down product was acceptable for use as a cover material not only on Thompson's own ...


    By Master Magnets Ltd

  • Turning Waste into Profit

    Untitled Document This project was ...


    By Master Magnets Ltd

  • EPA Awards UT-Austin over $1 Million for Chemical Safety Research

    Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a $1.2 million grant to the University of Texas at Austin through EPA’s Science to Achieve Results (STAR) program. The grant will help fund research on testing chemicals that impact fertility and embryonic development and on developing a model to classify chemicals according to the risks they pose. The grant is part of $11 ...

  • Measuring the price and the carbon cost of your purchase

    Sears Canada Inc has unveiled its new Cost and Carbon Savings Calculator during its Green Up Power Down event in Vancouver today. Sears Canada has created its own Cost and Carbon Savings Calculator to demonstrate to its customers the financial and environmental benefit of ENERGY STAR(R) products and services. Vancouver residents are invited to visit the Sears Robson store at 701 Granville Street ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • Obtain 100% valorized material and 0% for landfill from your recycled waste

    The customer, recycling municipal waste, before installing Sortech recycling plant, was paying 100 Eur/t for screened matrials deposing into the landfill. Once the customer installed Sortech engineered plant, he successfully obtained purely separated, thus valuable material: lightweight – paper, foils, light plastic (known as RDF) heavyweight ...


    By SORTECH

  • Plastic Cell Membranes for Faster and Cheaper Drug Development

    - Technology earns a spot as one of the twelve finalists in the Asian Innovation Awards 2011 organised by the Wall Street Journal AsiaSynthetic cell membranes invented at the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), a research institute of Singapore's Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), may improve the way we identify and develop drugs by speeding up and reducing ...


    By Japan Corporate News - JCN

  • EPA Awards Almost $11 Million to Advance Chemical Safety Research

    Today the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced nearly $11 million in grants to eight universities through EPA’s Science to Achieve Results (STAR) program. These grants will help the universities develop fast and effective methods to test chemicals’ toxicity to people and the environment. These innovative testing methods will be used to predict a chemical’s ...

  • U.S. EPA Awards Grant of Nearly $650,000 to University of Calif. Davis

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced a research grant of nearly $650,000 was awarded to the University of Calif. Davis to investigate the effect of environmental agents on thyroid hormones and modeling how the chemicals affect organism health. The grant was part of almost $11 million awarded to eight universities through EPA’s Science to Achieve Results (STAR) ...

  • Innov-X’s XRF Family feature at BEW & IMAPS events in China and USA

    To answer the many RoHS, REACH, and Pb-free challenges facing the electronics industry today, Innov-X offers the most complete range of handheld to benchtop XRF instruments to screen out banned substances.   Learn how using X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) to screen components, parts and PCB’s will help with compliance for the growing demands of international RoHS and other Directives by ...


    By Olympus

  • EPA announces winners of first national building competition to save energy (HQ)

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star program has announced that Morrison Residence Hall at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) has won the first EPA National Building Competition. The competition, launched on April 27, 2010, challenged teams from 14 buildings across the country to measure their building’s energy use and reduce waste with help ...

  • PICS Employee Chad Frost Is an NSC

    The National Safety Council (NSC), a nonprofit advocacy organization, recognized PICS Safety Professional Chad Frost for their most prestigious award: The 2011 NSC "40 Under 40" Rising Star of Safety. PICS is a contractor screening company, focused on helping organizations maintain world-class supply chain management systems. The award is given out yearly to Rising Stars who have prevented ...


    By National Safety Council

  • Morrison residence hall at the university of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) wins the first EPA national building competition (NC)

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star program has announced that Morrison Residence Hall at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC) has won the first EPA National Building Competition. The competition, launched on April 27, 2010, challenged teams from 14 buildings across the country to measure their building’s energy use and reduce waste with help ...

  • Innov-X IPC Printed Circuits Expo--APEX Exhibit to Focus on RoHS compliance

    Woburn, MA ---Visitors to Innov-X’s Booth 845 at the IPC Printed Circuits Expo-APEX & Designers Summit † will learn how using X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) can screen components, parts, cables and PCB’s for compliance with the European Union’s RoHS* Directives. Three new hand-held analyzer models from Innov-X solve many technical challenges, from testing coated or plated parts, to evaluating ...


    By Olympus

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