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  • Art’s Manufacturing and Supply: New Mini Catalog - Get 15% Off

    We have a new mini-catalog!   Contact us to get your hands on our new mini-catalog, or visit the online version by clicking the image above. To get your 15% off your order usepromo code: minicatalog. *15% off not valid on PowerProbes, ...

  • AMS is producing more than just soil sampling equipment

    Top of the line products are not the only thing that AMS produces. They also produce smiles on the faces of United States Troops overseas. The holidays can be lonely for U.S. troops, but it can also be immensely joyful when they know they have love and support from back home; not just from friends and family, but from complete strangers. AMS is a homegrown company in small town America. Even ...

  • IET Adds to Our Fleet

    Innovative Environmental Technologies, Inc. (IET) is pleased to announce our newest Direct-Push Auger Rig will be displayed at Groundwater Week in Las Vegas.  AMS (Booth 421) will have our latest addition to the IET fleet on display.  AMS’s latest and largest machine will be available for inspection in Las Vegas December 6th through the 8th.  ...

  • IET adds to the largest AMS DPT/Auger Fleet with the New VTR-9580

    Built with the 73 HP Tier 4 Kholer Diesel Engine, this unit is emissions compliant in all 50 States. The 5,000 ft-lb of torque auger and the adjustable 350 lb DPT hammer make this the most capable DPT rig available. Innovative Environmental Technologies, Inc. (IET) is pleased to announce our newest Direct-Push Auger Rig will be displayed at Groundwater Week in Las Vegas. AMS (Booth 421) ...

  • Black & Veatch: Low prices, security concerns push natural gas industry to look inward

    Emerging global markets, liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects and increased coal plant retirements represent growing opportunities for the natural gas industry even as low-price conditions hinder capital investments. This outlook, found in Black & Veatch’s just-released 2016 Strategic Directions: Natural Gas Industry Report, reflects widely varying market outlooks for the upstream, ...


    By Black & Veatch Corporation

  • Environmental Management Strategies

    Environmental Enginuity Welcomes Environmental Management Strategies - Environmental Enginuity Group announced today that it has completed the transaction to incorporate Environmental Management Strategies (EMS) as its first company in Southern California. EMS, founded in 2001 by Anthony (Tony) Severini, is one of the country's premiere environmental service firms specializing in vapor ...

  • Canadian CEOs want governments to invest in clean-tech innovation

    Not surprisingly, it is the executives in the clean-tech sector who see the feasibility of a complete shift to renewables by 2050. “I firmly believe it is possible, and I don’t think I am a lunatic-fringe kind of person,” said John Simmons, chief executive officer of Victoria, B.C.-based solar lighting firm Carmanah Technologies Corp. “I can’t imagine why ...

  • CCTV investments drive growth at Ashtead Technology

    Ashtead Technology, the instrumentation specialist, has experienced rapid growth in its rental business for remote inspection equipment such as CCTV remote control crawlers and push-rod camera inspection systems. “We have invested heavily in the range of technologies that we stock in our rental fleet,” says Jay Neermul, Regional Sales Manager, “and this means that not only are ...


    By Ashtead Technology Ltd

  • Leading businesses push boundaries of corporate responsibility into the supply chain

    Seven pathfinder companies awarded Carbon Trust Standard for Supply Chain: ABP Food Group Aviva Central England Co-operative Deloitte UK Nationwide PwC UK Willmott Dixon Seven large ...


    By Carbon Trust

  • Leading businesses push boundaries of corporate responsibility into the supply chain

    Seven large businesses have demonstrated their sustainability leadership by becoming the first organisations to be awarded the new Carbon Trust Standard for Supply Chain, launched today at an event at the British Academy in Central London. The pathfinder companies – ...


    By GLOBE SERIES

  • Cedrec calls time on Working Time Directive

    The European Commission's decision to review the Working Time Directive (WTD) has to be seen as a welcome opportunity to review legislation, conceived more than 20 years ago, in the light of fundamental changes to the economy, technology and working patterns says Neil Howe, senior legal author with online health and safety legislation specialists Cedrec. ...

  • Cedrec calls time on Working Time Directive

    The European Commission's decision to review the Working Time Directive (WTD) has to be seen as a welcome opportunity to review legislation, conceived more than 20 years ago, in the light of fundamental changes to the economy, technology and working patterns says Neil Howe, senior legal author with online health and safety legislation specialists Cedrec. The WTD sets minimum standards on working ...

  • Clean technology can partially make up for weak CO2 pricing

    Clean technology support can to some extent make up for weak CO2 pricing and hence help keep the two degrees target within reach, a new study shows. Even if the world climate summit in Paris later this year is successful in striking a climate deal, it might not bring about sharp greenhouse-gas cuts in the near-term. However, emission targets could be strengthened by complementary policies, such ...

  • Major Investor Coalition Pushes EPA To Adopt ‘Robust` Methane Regulations

    A coalition of investors with more than $300 billion in assets asked the Environmental Protection Agency in an Oct. 9 letter to develop “robust” methane emissions regulations for the oil and gas industry. National standards will build investor confidence that natural gas is appropriately regulated and will prevent methane ...


    By Bloomberg BNA

  • China, US, India push world carbon emissions up

    Spurred chiefly by China, the United States and India, the world spewed far more carbon pollution into the air last year than ever before, scientists announced Sunday as world leaders gather to discuss how to reduce heat-trapping gases. The world pumped an estimated 39.8 billion tons (36.1 billion metric tons) of carbon dioxide into the air ...


    By Associated Press

  • Point of Sale Software Use in a Restaurant

    Many POS systems from Touch screen pos system manufacturer have payroll features enabled so that staff may use the system to clock in and out. At payroll time, the information can be exported for use in Quickbooks or in spreadsheet form and can be used to calculate payroll. Some systems have a programmable overtime warning as well as a scheduling input tool that prevents employees from clicking ...


  • Lawmakers push EPA for more time on water rule

    Industry groups and more than a dozen GOP senators are urging the Obama administration to reconsider plans to regulate many of the nation's streams and wetlands, saying the proposed rule hurts economic activity and oversteps legal bounds. In a letter Thursday, the senators faulted the Environmental Protection Agency for announcing a proposed rule ...


    By Associated Press

  • Lawmakers push EPA for more time on water rule

    Industry groups and more than a dozen GOP senators are urging the Obama administration to reconsider plans to regulate many of the nation's streams and wetlands, saying the proposed rule hurts economic activity and oversteps legal bounds. In a letter Thursday, the senators faulted the Environmental Protection Agency for announcing a ...


    By Associated Press

  • BP pushes technical limits to tap extreme fields

    BP's strategy after the Deepwater Horizon tragedy: Go deeper. BP is leading an industry-wide push to develop technology that can retrieve oil from formations that are so deep under the sea floor, and under such high pressure and temperature, that conventional equipment would melt or be crushed by the conditions. One BP field in the Gulf of Mexico, called Tiber, makes the Macondo field that ...


    By Associated Press

  • Companies push White House to follow through on Climate Action Plan

    One year after Superstorm Sandy devastated the East Coast, major U. S. companies including Starbucks, Unilever and Mars, Inc. have called on President Obama and the White House to follow through on climate change preparedness efforts outlined in the Climate Action Plan announced by the President on June 25th. The ...


    By Ceres

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