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Innovative Waste Recycling For Businesses

Waste recycling has become big business for those who have recognized the advantages of adopting waste recycling policies in their offices and factories. So how can offices...

Do Thermal Coffee Makers Save Energy?

For large brew coffee makers, there are two ways to keep your coffee warm. The first one is through the use of a hot plate and the second one is through...

How will Biodiesel affect our lives now and the future

The world is quickly moving into a different age of energy consumption. With tensions in the Middle East growing daily, the importance of developing new fuels is becoming...

6 Useful Things to Consider When Using an Airport Transfer Service

An airport transfer service is one of the easiest options to reach your hotel after arriving at the airport. Trying to figure out the logistics of getting to and from the...

4 Green Building Materials – Selection and Criteria

Green building materials help homeowners save on energy, resulting in tremendous savings in the power bills. Apart from increased energy efficiency, home owners also benefit from increased flexibility...

Breakthrough in new material to harness solar power — ScienceDaily

The most affordable, efficient way to harness the cleanest, most abundant renewable energy source in the world is one step closer to reality. The University of Toledo physicist pushing the performance...

Using industrial waste to produce carbon neutral alternatives — ScienceDaily

Producing cement takes a big toll on our climate: Around eight per cent of annual global carbon dioxide emissions can be attributed to this process. However, the demand for cement...

Lamp powered by a single plant can stay lit for hours | MNN

For many of the villages scattered throughout the Amazon rain forest, access to electricity is scant, if nonexistent. But that could soon change, at least in regards to powering simple...

Why ride-sharing makes sense for millennials and baby boomers | MNN

Consider the mobility dilemma of two people, one in the suburbs and the other in a city. The first person is a 68-year-old woman whose husband recently died. Poor eyesight means...

Gentlemen, start your solar panels | MNN

SONOMA, Calif. — I am standing on the roof of Infineon Raceway (formerly Sears Point), looking down on a really big solar panel, which is reflecting the sun right back...

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