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Researchers team up to break down, and upcycle low-quality, rejected plastic wastes

Technology Org 07 Feb 2023
The newest project, a three-year, $2.25 million grant administered by the Department of Energy’s , aims to convert the lowest-quality plastics in the waste stream, plastics now rejected for recycling, into materials for construction industries ... The result? Conversion of waste ...
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MacDonald-Miller Facility Solutions Signs the MEP 2040 Challenge in Latest Environmental Sustainability Effort

Ellensburg Daily Record 07 Feb 2023
By using ambient piping loops piped between buildings near its hospital, the hospital can reduce wasted energy by capturing waste heat and using it to supplement its facilities without consuming additional energy or emitting waste heat into the environment.
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Yampa Valley Sustainability Council promotes waste reduction for businesses this month

Steamboat Pilot 07 Feb 2023
Start a recycling program and engage members of staff who are passionate about waste reduction to help oversee the program.Make the switch to energy-efficient lighting and appliances and try to repair or refurbish ...
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Biogas Market Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, And Forecast: 2023-2033

MENA FN 07 Feb 2023
(MENAFN - America News Hour) Biogas is also called as deep green energy because it provides clean renewable source of energy. Biogas is made from waste matter from municipal and industrial waste ... .
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Prime Infra invests P134.5 million on social impact projects

Manila Standard 07 Feb 2023
“Across our businesses in the water, energy and waste management sectors, we are driven by our commitment to build better lives and resilient economies—whether in the development of critical infrastructure or through the social projects we implement with our partner communities,” said Prime Infra president and chief executive Guillaume Lucci.
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10 of the world’s most sustainable ski resorts

Wtop 07 Feb 2023
Operator Boyne Resorts is one of the big four North American resort owners — along with Alterra Mountain Company, Vail Resorts and POWDR — to have agreed on a collaborative climate charter to move to renewable energy, reduce waste and engage in climate advocacy.
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Post-poll Karachi

Dawn 07 Feb 2023
The next mayor can transform the final disposal sites into lucrative waste-to-energy enterprises. After conducting feasibility and technical studies, more sites can be id­­entified to develop energy-generation pla­nts where city waste can be successfully tra­nsformed into precious energy resou­rces.
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Veolia upbeat on country's green goals

China Daily 07 Feb 2023
"Despite the impacts of COVID-19 and the Russia-Ukraine conflict, the company still achieved better-than-expected performance globally last year and we are confident and optimistic about our operations in China's water, solid waste and energy management sectors in 2023," he said.
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We don’t need ‘miracle’ technologies to fix the climate. We have the tools now | ...

The Guardian 07 Feb 2023
... blackouts when a centralized fossil-fuel or nuclear power plant unexpectedly goes down; and health and environmental problems associated with continuous fuel mining, waste storage, nuclear reactor meltdown, and nuclear energy-related weapons proliferation.
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Is America Ready for a New Age of Nuclear Power?

The Atlantic 07 Feb 2023
In this test run, electricity, not uranium, will furnish the energy; graphite-encased fuel pebbles, each about the size of a golf ball, will be dummies containing no radioactive material ... As for nuclear waste, it has turned out to be a surprisingly manageable problem, partly because there isn’t much of it; all of the spent fuel the U.S.
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Infinitum Announces Strategic Technology Collaboration with Infineon at AHR Expo 2023

The Facts 07 Feb 2023
... technologies that result in precise motor control, optimal power and energy savings ... Infinitum motors open up sustainable design possibilities for the machines we rely on to be smaller, lighter and quieter, improving our quality of life while also saving energy and reducing waste.
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Facing up to the cold reality

Korea Times 07 Feb 2023
For many, the increase more than doubled their energy bill, affecting the least well-off the most ... They also argue that the Moon administration's policy of retiring nuclear power plants reduced energy supply causing greater demand and leading to higher gas prices ... However, solar and wind power have the drawback of being intermittent energy sources.
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Bay High School grad aiding OSU in reducing carbon footprint

Cleveland 07 Feb 2023
Reed and the student team “came up with a design to implement a bio-digestion system at OSU to collect all the food, farm and animal waste from campus and recycle it into fuel and energy that the university can use and profit from.”.
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HAL was ready to build 108 Rafale aircraft but Modi brought readymade ones from France: ...

India TV 07 Feb 2023
Addressing a public gathering at Tumakuru, around 70 km from state capital Bengaluru, PM Modi said the opposition worked to spread misinformation about Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) and wasted Parliament's precious time too.�. ALSO READ.�PM Modi inaugurates India Energy Week 2023 - first major G20 event under India's presidency.
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Source: Comcast mulls green-bond sale

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 07 Feb 2023
Comcast Corp ... The calls were held Monday, and a U.S ... Proceeds from any green financing will be allocated to eligible green investments that may include funding renewable energy projects, green buildings, clean transportation and waste prevention, reduction and recycling, according to Comcast's green-financing framework ... .

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