Echelon Announces Winners of Green Technology Design Contest
Echelon Corporation, a leading provider of networking technology that is used to manage and reduce energy consumption, today announced the winners of the Control Without Limits design contest.
What Did You Recycle Today?
Don't throw those empty water bottles into the trash - recycle them.
Office Depot Celebrates America Recycles Day with Top Ten Ways to Recycle
Office Depot, a leading global provider of office products and services, is celebrating "America Recycles Day" (November 15) this year by focusing on its growing array of "green" products and services, while offering customers more ways to recycle in the workplace.
Aperture Survey Reveals UK Data Centres Have Yet to Build a Green Policy
A new survey by Aperture Technologies Inc, the leading global provider of software for managing the physical infrastructure of data centres, reveals that many UK data centre managers have invested in technology to manage energy but do not yet have a green policy in place.
Fewer Than One in Four Americans Recycle Their Technology Waste
Do you recycle your old electronic items? If so, you're one of a small number who do.
Monarch is First UK Airline to Launch Full Onboard Recycling
Award winning airline Monarch is the first UK airline to roll out a full recycling programme onboard its flights, meaning that all aluminium, plastic, glass and paper used during a flight will now be recycled on landing after only 16% of its passengers surveyed in a recent poll said they believed that airlines are doing enough to recycle onboard waste.
California to Sue EPA for Clean Car Waiver
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger will announce today that California is suing the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for a waiver allowing California to implement its landmark 2002 law reducing vehicle global warming pollution.
IKEA Canada Offers Free Recycling of Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs
A recent poll conducted by Angus Reid
Strategies for IKEA Canada uncovered an overwhelming desire by Canadians to
dispose of their compact fluorescent light energy saving light bulbs (CFLs) in
a responsible manner.
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