PowerMaster Uses New Technology to Remediate Landfills, Recycle Waste, and Convert Waste to Energy
PowerMaster today announced the launch of its patented ReCyclone technology, which reduces waste in landfills, turns waste into energy, and recycles waste products.
U.S. Patent Office Issues New Patent for BUGS Carbon Treatment Technology
Robert Brehm, CEO of US Microbics, Inc, an innovative environmental products and services company, today announced it has been awarded US Patent No 7,258,792 for its Bio-GAC and BAC bio-recycling technology for spent activated carbon filtration media.
Sharp Develops New Technology for Recycling Waste Plastic Parts
Sharp Corporation announces the development of a technology to separate and recover high-purity polypropylene (PP) from waste plastic components collected from four appliances (TVs, air conditioners, refrigerators and washing machines) subject to the Home Appliance Recycling Law in Japan and recycle it into high-quality plastic.
Dell Expands 'Plant a Tree for Me' Program to Canadian Customers
Dell today announced the Canadian expansion of
its "Plant a Tree for Me" climate stewardship program, enabling businesses and
consumers nationwide to offset the carbon impact of electricity required to
power their computer equipment.
Siemens' ECO DECT Phones Save Energy and Reduce Transmission Power
The new Gigaset C470 and C475 phones offer superior design and functionality for a reasonable price.
Sony Establishes First Nationwide Electronics Recycling Program With Recycle Amer
To encourage consumers to recycle and dispose of electronic devices in an environmentally sound manner, Sony has established a national recycling program for consumer electronics.
Beacon Institute and IBM Team to Pioneer River Observatory Network
In a unique collaboration with the potential for far-reaching consequences for environmental research and policy, The Beacon Institute and IBM today announced a plan to create the first technology-based monitoring and forecasting network for a major American river and estuary.
Teradata Ships Powerful Server for 'Green' Data Warehousing
Teradata, a division of NCR Corporation, announced the availability of its Teradata 5500 Server, which uses approximately 75 percent less energy and coexists with multiple generations of Teradata servers thereby protecting the technology investment of customers.
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