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Approaching Renewable Projects in 2016 with a Fresh Strategy

In 2015, the United States experienced its third city’s attempt to move to 100 percent renewables. Aspen, Colorado, now joins Burlington, Vermont, and Greensburg, Kansas, as the only cities to achieve 100 percent renewable energy generation in the nation. With the precedent set, one can only assume that new cities … Read more »

JV Company to Bring Emissions Control Tech to Automotive Market

Tecogen and a group of strategic investors have formed Ultra Emissions Technologies (Ultratek), a joint venture (JV) company tasked with bringing Tecogen’s patented Ultera emissions control technology to market. Ultratek will advance Tecogen’s near-zero emissions technology for adaptation to transportation applications powered by spark-ignited engines (including gasoline, natural gas and … Read more »

Natural Gas Vehicle Sales to Exceed 35 Million by 2025

Natural Gas Vehicle Sales to Exceed 35 Million by 2025

Total sales of natural gas vehicles (NGVs) are expected to reach more than 35 million from 2015 to 2025, according to a report from Navigant Research. In the arena of alternative fuels for transportation, natural gas (NG) has proven to be one of the most popular alternatives to traditional liquid … Read more »

Wastecorp Introduces Mobile Wastewater Pump for Government and Industry

Wastecorp Pumps has unveiled what it says is the first engine driven double disc pump for mobile pumping applications. Designed for government and industry wastewater, sludge and sewage pumping applications, the Sludge Pro double disc pump has fluid handling capabilities ranging from 10–500 gallons per minute (GPM). The size and … Read more »

Indoor Environmental, Air Quality Technologies Market to Exceed $7bn by 2024

Indoor Environmental, Air Quality Technologies Market to Exceed $7bn by 2024

The market for indoor environmental and air quality (IEAQ) technologies used in new construction and retrofit applications is expected to grow from $4.2 billion in 2015 to $7.1 billion by 2024, according to a new report from Navigant Research. Healthy and environmentally friendly buildings rely on good IEAQ to maintain … Read more »

Huge Gas Leak in Porter Ranch: A Sobering Reminder of the Health Threats from Oil and Gas in California

As the natural gas storage facility in the Porter Ranch neighborhood of Los Angeles continues to spew gas for nearly three months, the human face of this environmental disaster becomes even more pressing. As of today, close to 2,000 residents have been evacuated, two schools closed, and the health department has linked hundreds of … Read more »

Biofilters Minimize Effluent Load at Malting Plant

Biofilters installed at the Bairds Malt Pencaitland Maltings Plant near Edinburgh, Scotland, will reduce the plant’s trade effluent load, minimize environmental impact and reduce costs. With an annual malt production capacity of 47,000 metric tons, the Pencaitland Maltings Plant uses a significant amount of water in the steeping and germination … Read more »

American Water, Corona Environmental Consulting Develop Water Systems Monitoring Platform

American Water has formed a partnership with Corona Environmental Consulting to develop WaterSuite, a cloud-based geographic information system software platform that uses real-time data from various sources to enable effective and efficient management of water resources and data-driven decision-making. The partnership is a result of American Water’s Innovation Development Process. … Read more »

Skid-Mounted Scrubber System Provides Customized Emission Control

Bionomic Industries has released the ScrubPac Custom Skid-Mounted Scrubber System, a cost-effective “packaged” system engineered to meet the specific demands of a customer’s process emission control application. Recirculation pumps, piping and valve networks, exchangers, instrumentation, controls and other items needed for the customer’s application are included in the system. Systems are … Read more »

Polymem, Clean Membranes Partner to Advance Water Treatment

Polymem and Clean Membranes have partnered to advance water treatment. The two companies will offer the North American market several membrane filtration products and packaged system solutions for a range of water and wastewater treatment applications. Clean Membranes will add Polymem’s latest generation of ultrafiltration membranes to its water treatment product … Read more »

Crown Reduces Waste to Landfill 37%

Crown Reduces Waste to Landfill 37%

Crown Holdings has reduced the amount of waste it sends to landfill by 37 percent — 8,000 metric tons — against a 2007 baseline, according to the company’s 2015 sustainability report. The metal packaging products supplier has made a number of additional strides in managing its waste including a 9 … Read more »

Breeze Launches AERMET 7.7 for EHS Professionals

Breeze has released a new version of AERMET, the meteorological data preprocessing software for the AERMOD Modeling System for environmental health and safety (EHS) professionals. The AERMOD Modeling System is a steady-state plume model that incorporates air dispersion based on planetary boundary layer turbulence structure and scaling concepts, including treatment … Read more »