Carnegie Mellon's Granger Morgan Pens Op-Ed Demanding Curbs On CO2 Emissions
In today's Science magazine, Morgan argues that legislators should impose regulations that will prevent power companies from rushing to build large numbers of long-lived conventional coal plants before regulations on carbon dioxide emissions come into effect.
Power Generation Industry Increasingly Focusing on Reducing Emission Levels
Pollutant control technologies play a vital role in promoting a healthy and green environment.
Governor Blagojevich signs new law reducing idling from diesel-engine vehicles
Governor Rod Blagojevich today signed House Bill 4782 into law, which prevents stationary diesel vehicles of more than 8,000 pounds from idling for more than 10 minutes in the Chicagoland area and in the St Louis Metro-East Region.
U.S. EPA announces new ultra low sulfur diesel "Clean diesel" will help improve air quality
In an effort that promises to drastically improve local air quality, the US Environmental Protection Agency now requires refiners and fuel importers to cut the sulfur content of highway diesel fuel 97 percent, from 500 parts per million to 15.
Drinking Water Trial in Australia Saves 31% of Evaporation
Today, Flexible Solutions International announced results from a potable water trial of its WaterSavr product on an Australian reservoir used to store drinking water.
Tyler Environmental Prize Winners Announced
Two authorities on the water cycle – a Canadian whose findings convinced politicians to act against algal blooms and acid rain, and a Russian who warned of a world crisis in drinking water supplies – will share the 2006 Tyler Prize for Environmental Achievement.
Nonphosphate Conversion Coatings that Help the Environment and Reduce Energy Costs
In the metal pretreatment process, iron phosphates create a chemical reaction with the surface of the metal and build up a microscopic texture.
Thermal Energy Files New Patent for THERMALONOx
Thermal Energy International Inc announced today at its annual meeting of shareholders, that it has filed for a provisional patent on new technology at the core of its THERMALONOx solution.
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