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New Green Technique Recycles All Plastics without Using Water

New Green Technique Recycles All Plastics without Using Water

Conventional plastic recycling techniques use large quantities water. In order to avoid this waste, Marco Adame founder of Ak Inovex, has recently developed a new green technology which does not require the use of liquids. [More]
MagneGas Inks MOU with Afnetco Recycling of South Africa

MagneGas Inks MOU with Afnetco Recycling of South Africa

MagneGas Corporation, a technology company that counts among its inventions a patented process that converts liquid waste into a hydrogen-based fuel, announced today that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding, "MOU" for an equipment purchase and distribution agreement with Afnetco Recycling of South Africa. [More]

Aemir Natgas Further Enhances its Unique Pollutant Removal Process

Already an industry leader in clean natural gas, Aemir Natgas Inc. has further improved its unique pollutant removal process which well exceeds all international regulatory requirements. The process has multiple stage... [More]
Innovative Extraction Column Recovers High Value Metals During Industrial Production Processes

Innovative Extraction Column Recovers High Value Metals During Industrial Production Processes

Researchers at the University of Guanajuato (UGTO), in middle Mexico, developed an extraction column which recovers metals companies use in their production processes; and thus avoid environmental pollution and lessen economic losses. [More]
BASF and Yankee Stadium Undertake Zero-Waste Initiatives at 2014 New Era Pinstripe Bowl

BASF and Yankee Stadium Undertake Zero-Waste Initiatives at 2014 New Era Pinstripe Bowl

BASF Corporation has teamed up with Yankee Stadium to knock waste out of the park by tackling zero-waste initiatives at the 2014 New Era Pinstripe Bowl, when the Pennsylvania State University Nittany Lions will face the Boston College Eagles on December 27th at 4:35 p.m. [More]
Scientists Develop Highly Effective, Low-Toxic Carbon-Trapping “Sponges”

Scientists Develop Highly Effective, Low-Toxic Carbon-Trapping “Sponges”

Materials scientists at Cornell University have developed highly effective “sponges” that can trap carbon and help cut down on greenhouse gases. Carbon capture is gaining momentum in the world’s fight against global warming. Carbon capture involves trapping carbon dioxide chemically before it gets released to the atmosphere. However, most methods are inefficient, corrosive and toxic. [More]
Wake Forest Professor Demonstrates Use of Alternative Fuels to School Children

Wake Forest Professor Demonstrates Use of Alternative Fuels to School Children

Associate professor of physics at Wake Forest University, in collaboration with SciWorks science center, has developed an interactive mobile exhibit to demonstrate the application of alternative fuels to school children. [More]
Novel Machine Recycles and Transforms Styrofoam into Reusable Pellets

Novel Machine Recycles and Transforms Styrofoam into Reusable Pellets

Entrepreneurs in Mexico have designed and developed a novel machine which can convert recycled styrofoam into rigid plastic pellets with a 97% conversion rate, which can then be used to manufacture plastic products. [More]
Magical Calcium-to-Silica Ratio for Greener, Stronger Cement

Magical Calcium-to-Silica Ratio for Greener, Stronger Cement

Researchers have developed a new method to manufacture cement that is more greener and stronger. Concrete is widely used as a construction material and is significant contributor of greenhouse-gas emissions leading to global warming. Cement is a major component of concrete. [More]
Researchers Create Computational Models to Improve Properties of Concrete

Researchers Create Computational Models to Improve Properties of Concrete

An international team of researchers from Rice University, Marseille University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have developed atom-scale computational models to enhance the properties of concrete for general applications. [More]