Thomasons Acts on the Design of New Biodegradeable Waste Facility
The Manchester office of leading Consulting Civil and Structural Engineers Thomasons is acting for waste treatment company Agrivert on the design and construction of a substantial new facility in Avonmouth to convert biodegradable waste such as food waste and green waste into general compost for re-use.
UK Retailers Sign Up to Cut the Environmental Impact of Carrier Bags
UK retailers have agreed to reduce the overall environmental impact of their carrier bags by 25% by the end of 2008.
Pemex Oil Invites SSWM to Demonstrate Bio-Raptor Cleanup Technology
Sub-Surface Waste Management of Delaware, announced that its Mexico subsidiary company, Environmental Tec International (ETI), has been invited by top officials of Pemex, the Mexico federal oil company, to demonstrate the patented Bio-Raptor environmental cleanup technology at one or more oil drilling/pipeline sites in southeast Mexico as a prelude to its possible use throughout Pemex facilities in Mexico.
Diesel Exposure Model Reduces Allergy Risk Assessment Errors
University of Cincinnati (UC) environmental health experts say their research improves prior methods of classifying exposure to diesel exhaust particulates that help minimize inaccuracies and better predict a child's risk for wheezing.
Hydroxyl Awarded $1M Turnkey ActiveCell Industrial Wastewater Treatment Contract
Hydroxyl Systems announced today that the company has been awarded a $1,1 Million USD contract from Mizkan Americas for the turnkey supply of an ActiveCell biological wastewater treatment system.
Study to Forecast Side Effects of Pollution Policy
The University of Michigan is leading a four-university team in a large-scale project to develop software to help analysts craft greenhouse gas reduction policies in the transportation industry.
CO2 Tech Negotiating to Invest in New Pollution-Removal Technology for Energy Industry
CO2 Tech President, Ms Helga Schotten, today announced that the company is currently negotiating a new investment in an innovative patent-protected pollution removal technology.
CalSTEP Unveils Action Plan to Boost California's Energy Security
Against a backdrop of advanced vehicles and lower-polluting fuels, the California Secure Transportation Energy Partnership (CalSTEP) today unveiled a comprehensive set of actions geared toward increasing California's transportation energy efficiency and alternative fuel use by 2020.
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