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Nestle Waters Swiss AD Plant

Nestlé Waters Opens Switzerland’s Largest Anaerobic Digestion Plant

Nestlé Waters and Swiss renewable energy developer Groupe E GreenWatt have opened Switzerland’s largest agricultural biogas plant, which will recycle agricultural waste and produce renewable energy.

Climeworks Builds Commercial-Scale Carbon Capture Plant

Climeworks Builds Commercial-Scale Carbon Capture Plant

Carbon capture technology firm Climeworks AG, says it will construct and operate an industrial-scale CO2 capture plant that will be operational by mid-2016 and annually capture 900 tons of CO2. Climeworks says the carbon capture plant will, for the first time worldwide, sell atmospheric CO2 to a customer: Gebrüder Meier … Read more »

DuPont Improves Vehicle Fuel Efficiency by Lightweighting

DuPont, together with Swedish truck manufacturer Scania, is working to create lighter parts for vehicles, beginning with the oil pan, according to The News Journal. With federal auto emissions regulations expected to become more restrictive in the US and Europe, auto manufacturers are working to find ways to limit automobile … Read more »

Researchers Test Low-Carbon Cement

Researchers at Switzerland’s Ecole Polytechnique Federal de Lausanne are testing a low-carbon cement that could reduce the carbon footprint of construction sites by 40 percent, Forbes reports. The cement is made from calcined clay and ground limestone that, when added in large amounts to concrete mixtures, creates a cement that … Read more »

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Cradle to Cradle Product Registry Launches

The Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute has launched a product registry designed to increase transparency from manufacturers. The Cradle to Cradle Certified Product Registry allows designers, builders and consumers to make decisions about products. The registry includes a certification scorecard, which summarizes levels achieved in five categories: material health, … Read more »

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Consumer Electronics Show Roundup: Intel, Toyota, BMW, Bosch

Here’s a roundup of green tech news from the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas: Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announced during his keynote address that for the first time the minerals used in its microprocessor silicon and packages have not been sourced from conflict zones as concluded by either a … Read more »