As municipalities across the country increasingly focus on climate change preparedness, water infrastructure has come under the microscope. Menlo Park, California, for example, will need to invest $90.3 million in order to rehabilitate its municipal water system infrastructure between now and 2040, according to The Almanac. The investment will include … Read more »
The second phase of greenhouse gas standards for heavy-duty vehicles were published in the Federal Register yesterday, officially setting the schedule for fuel efficiency and emissions reductions.
Facilities managers face a host of challenges, from improving buildings’ operational efficiencies and performance to complying with environment, health and safety regulations. They are responsible for a range of activities, including environmental management, among others, and according to ISO, the International Organization for Standardization, facilities management is one of the … Read more »
Major automotive suppliers say national fuel economy and emissions standards are important for long-term business plans and investments — and don’t want to see the feds weaken the vehicle rules, according to an industry survey commissioned by clean transit technology nonprofit Calstart. The survey comes as federal agencies undertake a … Read more »
German automotive supplier Bosch says it is the first and only supplier to offer water injection, which improves fuel efficiency and decreases greenhouse gas emissions. Especially at high engine speeds, cars use some of gasoline for cooling instead of for propulsion. Bosch says its water injection is a new way … Read more »