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Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center launches Clean Technology Initiative

Xerox's Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) recently launched a Clean Technology Initiative focusing on solar, energy distribution, energy conservation and efficiency, clean water, air quality and paper reduction technologies.

Diesel Fuel from Plastics Waste

Envosmart, a Dutch environmental technology company, plans to build 15 plants in 14 European Union countries that will produce diesel fuel from plastics waste.

Scientists Look Ahead Five Decades in State-of-the-Planet Report

The number of extreme events, such as hurricanes and famine, affecting at least one million people will increase over the next 45 years if a certain scenario of world development plays out.

Fertilizer Developed from Photchemical Recycling

Itronics Inc, reported today its GOLD'n GRO liquid fertilizer has been named one of the top 10 new technologies representing the best of agricultural innovation by the Canadian Association of Agri-Retailers in its monthly publication "Communicator.

New Green Custom Packaging Technology

Responding to public demand for companies to be environmentally sensitive, a new custom packaging solution called the Environmental Packaging Solution (EPS) now enables retailers and consumers to have their products in packaging made from a 100 percent annually renewable resource -- NatureWorks PLA.

Composter Recycles Trash Automatically

The NatureMill, created by Russ Cohn, creates compost automatically without any smell or mess.

Clean-Tech Investor Summit

The Clean-Tech Investor Summit is designed to foster innovation and investment opportunities in products and services that reduce pollution, waste, and resource use.

Major Corporations Phase Out PVC from Packaging

Microsoft, along with Kaiser Permanente, HP, and others, announced they have joined the fast-growing ranks of major corporations demonstrating concern about the environmental health impacts of their products or packaging by phasing out PVC plastic (polyvinyl chloride or vinyl).

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