Dell Calls on 'The ReGeneration' To Help Create Green Computer of the Future
Dell today issued a global challenge to members of the "ReGeneration" - people of all ages who share a goal of protecting the Earth - to help its engineers design the world's most environmentally responsible computing technology.
London's Mayor Tells Residents to Recycle More
The Mayor of London, Ken Livingstone, today called on Londoners to aim to recycle three times more rubbish.
Argonne National Lab Acquires First SiCortex SC5832
SiCortex, the first company to engineer a Linux cluster from the silicon up, today announced that the first production model of an SC5832, its flagship 5,8 teraflop system, will be installed at the US Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory in Argonne, Illinois.
Office Depot Launches Nationwide Tech Recycling Service
Office Depot, a leading global provider of office products and services, today announced the launch of its new "Tech Recycling Service" available at all of the Company's 1,100-plus retail store locations in North America.
Constellation NewEnergy and HMSHost Corporation Sign Renewable Energy Agreement
Constellation Energy today announced that its subsidiary, Constellation NewEnergy, has entered into a purchase agreement for renewable energy with HMSHost Corporation, a world leader in travel dining and shopping.
UTEC Unveils Hazardous Chemicals and Biological Waste Destruction Unit
UTEC acquired the Hazardous Chemicals and Biological Waste Destruction technology in early 2007 from the internationally recognized CERAMATEC, a Utah Corporation with head offices in Salt Lake City.
Environmental Truck Convoy Calls Upon Federal Support for Smog-Free, Reduced GHG Tractor-Trailers
With Parliament Hill serving as the backdrop, and federal government officials and representatives of the US Environmental Protection Agency on-hand, a convoy of smog-free, greenhouse gas-fighting tractor-trailer units, converged on the nation's capital region today.
EPA To Develop Regulations for Geologic CO2 Sequestration
Today EPA announced plans to develop regulations to establish a clear path for geologic sequestration, a process of injecting captured carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas, in deep rock formations for long-term storage.
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