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  • The digital television transition: No need to trash your TV

    Wilmington, N.C., is the first city in the nation to switch to digital-only broadcasting. EPA encourages Wilmington residents and the rest of the country who own an analog TV set and who receive free broadcasts (via rabbit ears or a roof-top antenna) to extend the life of their TV by connecting it to a digital converter box. Energy Star-qualified digital converter boxes are available for ...

  • The digital television transition: don’t kick your TV to the curb – eCycle instead

    After June 12, 2009 all full power television stations started broadcasting in digital, over-the-air signals. EPA encourages all U.S. citizens who own an analog TV set and who receive free broadcasts (via rabbit ears or a roof-top antenna) to extend the life of their TV by subscribing to a paid TV service or connecting it to a converter box. Energy Star-qualified digital converter boxes ...

  • TV Aerial installation

    There is a huge choice of television and visual entertainment suppliers for us to select from including digital, online, freeview, Netflix, the list is nearly endless. Whether you get your tv supply from your broadband supplier or a specialist or do you pay a specialist supplier? Whichever choice you make, you can be sure that we can organise the installation of whatever aerial, dish or reception ...


    By Approved Trader

  • MagneGas Featured CEO Interview Airs On Bloomberg Television

    MagneGas Corporation ("MagneGas" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: MNGA), a leading waste-to-energy technology company that counts among its inventions a patented process that converts liquid waste into MagneGas2 fuel, announced today that it is being featured on the CEO Clips television series that will air on Bloomberg TV, The Documentary Channel and other leading business and financial outlets ...


    By MagneGas Corporation

  • Endurance wind power showcased on US television

    The US-based Ion Network's "World's Greatest" television series recently wrapped up a three-day showcase featuring Vancouver-based Endurance Wind Power. "World's Greatest" is a television show that takes a behind-the-scenes look at some of the most amazing and unique companies, products, people, and travel destinations the world has to offer. This is the show's fourth year in production. In past ...


    By Endurance Wind Power

  • How to get Television Coverage for an IAQ or Environmental Business

    In just a few days a number of companies will spend $3,000,000 for a 30 second commercial spots during Sunday’s Super Bowl on Fox.  Many of these commercials were months in the making with enormous production budgets to match the $3 million advertising slots.   Super Bowl aside, a typical 30 second national commercial is estimated to cost in the neighborhood of $350,000 to ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • 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 Working to Make Digital Television Technology Energy Efficient

    Washington, D.C. - In anticipation of the nationwide changeover to digital television signals in February 2009, EPA’s Energy Star program is announcing new specifications that are expected to cut the energy use of digital-to-analog converter boxes, or DTAs, by more than 70 percent. “The Energy Star DTA specification is another example that through coordinated efforts with our partners, we can ...

  • GSE Environmental Featured On the popular `World`s Greatest!...` television show

    GSE Environmental, (NYSE: GSE) the leading global manufacturer and provider of geosynthetic lining products and services, is pleased to be featured on the popular "World's Greatest!..." television show on the ION Television Network. GSE's selection for the show was ...


    By GSE Environmental (GSE)

  • How to get an IAQ or Environmental Company Free Television Coverage

    The founder of the IAQ industry’s only dedicated marketing and PR consulting firm provides useful suggestions.   In just a few days a number of companies will spend $3,000,000 for a 30 second commercial spots during Sunday’s Super Bowl on Fox.  Many of these commercials were months in the making with enormous production budgets to match the $3 million advertising ...


    By Cochrane & Associates, LLC

  • 21st Century Business television show featuring LG Sound

    Watch the LG Sonic technology on FOX business network in the program called 21st Century Business For an overview of the programming times, Download the full press release ...


    By LG Sonic

  • KARE 11 Television Tackles the Threats Facing Our Minnesota Waterways

    KARE 11 (NBC) Television takes an in-depth look at the threats that endanger our Minnesota waterways in "Project H2O" on Thursday, November 1st. During this special 10 p.m. newscast, KARE 11 Chief Meteorologist Belinda Jensen and several reporters tackle many of the issues affecting the waters cherished by so many Minnesotans. Topics include endangered species, pollutants, and the devastating ...


    By Marketwire

  • Planet Resource Recovery's Gulf Clean-Up Solution Featured on Fox Television

    HOUSTON, TX -- (Marketwire) -- 07/08/10 -- Planet Resource Recovery, Inc. (PLANET) (PINKSHEETS: PRRY) is pleased to announce that the Company's Gulf of Mexico Onshore Clean-Up solution was featured on Fox Channel 26 on Tuesday, July 6, 2010. The interview can be viewed at ...


    By Marketwire

  • 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 ...

  • Australian consultation on computer and tv recycling begins

    Minister for the Environment, Peter Garrett, in his capacity as the Chair of the Environment, Protection and Heritage Council (EPHC), has called forcomment on a national approach to dealing with computer and television waste.The consultation package includes a comprehensive analysis of the community’s willingness to pay for recycling and provides options to promote discussion on a way forward. At ...


    By Australian Government

  • California bans large energy wasting TV screens

    The US state of California again shows to be in the forefront of legislating on environmental issues. New energy efficiency standards on large-screen TVs have been adopted by the California Energy Commission The legal standards mean that most television sets sold in the state consume less energy with limits set up for 2011 and 2013. Large screen TVs account for about one tenth of ...


  • TV digital receivers used to SPY on phones

    On the 12th October at a trade fair in Budapest Domonkos Tomcsanyi a Hungarian security researcher/consultant with Modit Zrt unveiled a low cost method of mobile telephone interception. Originally developed by hackers in 2010, which he has based his version on is a much cheaper model. The original device used ...


    By WIS International

  • TV energy use down by a third since 2007

    The most energy-saving TVs often have the highest picture quality, claims the Swedish Energy Agency. The Swedish Energy Agency has tested the energy consumption in TVs for the third year in a row. The most energy efficient TV uses less than half the energy as the most energy consuming product studies. Since the Agency's first tests in 2007, overall TV energy consumption is down by one third, says ...


  • CEA Applauds New Transparent TV Energy Labels

    The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® today hailed a new era in power consumption transparency for consumers: new Federal Trade Commission (FTC) requirements call for removable, detailed yellow-and-black labels that disclose the product’s estimated annual energy cost to be attached to all TVs manufactured after May 10th. CEA contributed to the FTC ...


  • Cornell featured on Portland TV Station KATU tonight!

    Cornell featured on Portland TV Station KATU Watch Cornell Pump on KATU tonight! Reporter Bob Heye interviewed Marcus Davi, VP of Sales, about pumps shipping to help dewater Hurricane Sandy flooding and storm surge. We hope to be shown during both the 5:00 and 6:00 p.m. newscasts. Once streaming video is available we’ll post on the Cornell Pump blog. To read more about the Rapid Response ...


    By Cornell Pump Company

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