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  • Tipping the Balance Toward Renewables

    Global investment in renewable energy, against expectation, now outstrips spending on fossil fuels. Across the planet, economies have been either dependent on or addicted to fossil fuels for 150 years, but there appears to be global momentum towards better energy use and more sustainable approaches, according to a new study in Nature Energy journal. Catherine ...


    By Climate News Network

  • 11 google search tips (sorry, not plastic sheeting tips)

    Sometimes we come across information that we find so useful, that we want to share it with you. Seems the whole world is searching on Google...so let"s get the most out of our searches! We hope you find this useful. 1. Explicit Phrase: Lets say you are looking for content about plastic sheeting.  Instead of just typing plastic sheeting into the Google search box, you will likely ...


    By Global Plastic Sheeting

  • Tips & Tricks on Correct Usage of Refractometers

    As a service to its chemical industry laboratory partners, METTLER TOLEDO is pleased to announce some simple yet effective tips and tricks to ensure accurate refractive index determination. The refractive index is normally determined as a part of the characterization of liquid samples. It helps to identify or confirm the identity of samples, to determine the concentration of a solute in a ...


    By Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc

  • Give green tips, raise greenbacks

    Give a tip, earn a dollar for the Earth -- it's that easy. Celebrate the 40th year of Earth Day by sharing your environmental tips on SC Johnson's Team Earth Tips blog. For every tip shared, SC Johnson, the maker of well-known brands including Glade, OFF!, Scrubbing Bubbles, Ziploc and Windex, will donate $1 to Conservation International's Team Earth project, up to $25,000. The blog, which ...

  • Mining, Uses and Buying Tips of Molybdenum

    Molybdenum is not a rare metal. It is mined in many regions of the world. Even though this metal is extensively mined, milled and processed, only a few deposits that have economic value are gathered. United States is among chief producers of Moly, alongside Canada, China and a few others. 1. Key properties Moly does not occur in nature as a free element. It is removed from a ...


  • EOS Remediation February Tech Tips 2105

    EOS Remediation, LLC recently sent out our second Tech Tips email newsletter.  The Tech Tip newsletters contain articles from our engineers and scientists on topics that are pertinent to our clients and their remediation sites. The view the February 2015 Tech Tip Newsletter click ...


    By EOS Remediation, LLC

  • EPA Tips for Building a Cleaner Fire this Holiday Season

    Across the country this holiday season, families and friends will gather around fires in woodstoves or fireplaces. But how you build that fire – and what you burn – can have a significant impact on air quality and health, both inside your home and out. Whether you’re using a woodstove, pellet stove, or your fireplace, seeing smoke from your chimney means your fire isn’t ...

  • Improve weighing accuracy with tips & tricks booklet

    METTLER TOLEDO has launched a campaign that focuses on features and benefits of their instruments for the Chemical Industries. There is an option to download a free booklet with tips and tricks to simplify the work in a chemical laboratory. Register at: www.mt.com/ChemLab Balances are among the most commonly used instruments in any laboratory. From sample ...


    By Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc

  • With new PureSpeed tips, Rainin revolutionizes protein purification

    With the release of its new PureSpeed tips, Rainin Instrument, a METTLER TOLEDO subsidiary, has revolutionized protein purification. The new technology, which contains the affinity resin within a pipette tip, not only accelerates and simplifies workflow, but produces proteins of higher concentration and purity than conventional methods. Across the life sciences, gravity-fed affinity columns and ...


    By Mettler - Toledo Int. Inc

  • Mold Remediation Tips for Illinois Property Managers, Owners & Tenants

    The building science experts at EC2 not only help people identify mold problems, they make sure any issues from microbial growth that is causing indoor air qualities (IAQ) problems are remediated properly. When building occupants complain about IAQ conditions it is important for property owners to react.  A common source of IAQ complaints is due to mold.  Mold spores in indoor ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • Tipping Point: National Geographic Adds Recycled Fiber To Magazines

    In a major step forward for the use of recycled paper in the magazine industry, the National Geographic Society (NGS) has begun incorporating recycled fiber in all the pages of National Geographic Magazine, National Geographic Kids, and National Geographic Little Kids. The shift clearly demonstrates the viability of using recycled paper for high quality photographic reproduction. This expanded ...

  • Water Heater Preventive Maintenance Tips for Residents of Puerto Rico

    Whether fueled by electricity, propane or solar energy, one of the modern conveniences many people in Puerto Rico take for granted is hot water in their home or business.  A simple turn of the tap provides for a warm shower, bath or hot water for washing dishes and clothes. There are well over a million homes across Puerto Rico and hundreds of thousands of businesses and ...


    By Zimmetry Environmental

  • Allergy Prevention Tips for Healthy Homes and Offices in Puerto Rico

    For most people, the majority of their time is spent at home and at their place of business. For those with allergies, both of these indoor environments can often be a source of allergens that cause or aggravate their condition. Millions of people have respiratory allergies, asthma or COPD. Exposure to common indoor allergens such as mold, dust mites, latex, pollen, pets, rodents and ...


    By Zimmetry Environmental

  • EPA Offers Cooling Tips for Every Budget this Summer (HQ)

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star program offers low to no-cost energy-efficient cooling tips to beat the heat. A typical household spends almost 20 percent of its utility bill on cooling, and by taking steps this summer to improve energy efficiency, you can save energy, save money and help fight climate change. Try these simple tips to start saving today: ...

  • DEP Offers Tips to Residents Dealing with Flood-Ravaged Property

    The Department of Environmental Protection is advising residents whose homes or businesses have been affected by flood waters to take a number of precautions to assure a safe cleanup. "Thousands of people and homes have been impacted by the tragic flooding in the commonwealth over the past several days. It is gut-wrenching to see the many pictures of the devastation, destruction and human ...

  • Canada could ban baby bottles containing Bisphenol A

    The Canadian government is asking for public comment on whether or not to ban the import, sale and advertising of polycarbonate baby bottles that contain the chemical bisphenol A. The chemical has been shown to leach from some plastics, harming human health by disrupting normal hormone and neurological function and altering gene activity. Some Canadian retailers have already pulled bottles made ...

  • EPA offers energy tips on summer cooling to help save money, reduce pollution

    With summer around the corner, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star program today issued its annual list of ideas to help the public cut cooling costs, protect their health and stay comfortable at home. The average home spends almost 20 percent of its utility bill on cooling. Increased energy production to run cooling systems not only raises costs, it also can ...

  • Tips for Preventing Interior Sources of Water Damage & Mold in Properties across Puerto Rico

    Late last month, Tropical Storm Erika brought much needed rain to drought stricken Puerto Rico.  The moisture provided welcome relief to the region and only minor property damage due to the rain.   Even though much of Puerto Rico has been under severe or extreme drought conditions, properties across the islands are still susceptible to water damage and ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • EPA Offers energy tips on summer cooling to save money, reduce air pollution

    The summer heat is here. To help you and your family stay cool, comfortable and save energy, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Energy Star program suggests a few simple steps. The average American home spends almost 20 percent of its utility bill on cooling. Increased energy production to run cooling systems raises your costs and contributes to pollution that adversely affects the ...

  • Shell Teams Up with Husband and Wife Team to Challenge World Fuel Economy Record and Share Tips to Reduce Fuel Consumption Through the Shell

     As global energy demand continues to rise, Shell is helping to improve energy use for transportation through Smarter Mobility. Demonstrating that improved fuel efficiency is possible today, the Shell Smarter ...


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