OriginOil has developed a breakthrough water cleanup technology for the oil and gas, algae and other water-intensive industries. Unlike other technologies, the company’s patent-pending...
Article - 21 Jul 2008
There can be no more important mission for today’s innovators than saving the planet. In Australia, the cleantech industry recently rose to the challenge at Enviro 08, the nation’s premier conference...
Article - 20 Feb 2013
'Syngas' or 'synthesis gas' is a combination of hydrogen, carbon monoxide, small quantities of carbon dioxide and other trace gases. Normally derived from feedstocks, Syngas contains carbon, such as...
Article - 24 Jun 2015
When it comes to refrigerants, a host of chemicals have been used over the years. These include ammonia, methyl chloride, propane, sulfur dioxide, carbon dioxide, chlorofluorocarbons, and...
Article - 11 Aug 2008
Green cleaning in the laundry. Includes green cleaning tips for removing stains and marks from clothes and other fabrics and dangers and hazards of the laundry, detergents and other cleaning chemicals
Article - 13 Aug 2013
This article discusses a new technological advancement for chemical-free wastewater treatment.
News - 22 Apr 2016
A group of scientists led by the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Golden and involving the University of Colorado Boulder has developed a new,...
News - 12 Mar 2015
New research published today (Wednesday 11th March) by AeroThermal Group shows that pre-treating food waste with acombination of steam and pressure, in a machine known as an autoclave, will double the...
News - 28 Jun 2011
SANYO Component Europe GmbH is pleased to announce that its HIT® N-Type modules (HIT-NxxxSE10) have passed all the requirements of the TÜV Rheinland ammonia corrosion test for photovoltaic modules....
News - 13 Jan 2010
SynGest Inc. has selected Stern Brothers to secure capital financing for its biomass-to-ammonia plant that is be located in Menlo, Iowa. Jack Oswald, CEO of SynGest, said that Stern Brothers was...