Article - 30 Aug 2012
Mobile phones are everywhere and many people cannot conduct their day-to-day business without them. 205 million people in the USA alone use a cell phone. Millions of mobile phones are thrown away...
Article - 26 Nov 2008
Waste, rubbish, garbage or trash is a growing problem around the world. This material either enters landfill dumps or becomes pollution. Fortunately we are now starting to consider other more useful...
Article - 18 May 2008
A fuel cell is a device that combines chemical energy from fuel with an oxidizing agent to produce electricity.
Article - 30 Mar 2008
Photovoltaic cells, more commonly known as solar cells, are found in a variety of consumer and industrial applications such as calculators and satellites. Cells and devices that are photovoltaic...
Article - 2 Dec 2019
The Lightyear One self-charging solar electric car has been developed by a Dutch company to allow users to move away from charging sources that use coal-fired power plants.
Article - 26 Oct 2017
When electronic products, such as computers, cell phones, televisions, VCRs, stereos, copiers, fax machines, internal chips and other relating parts, reach the end of their lifetime, they become...
Article - 30 Jan 2013
The football world cup is probably one of the most sought-after events in sports and builders are working towards the construction of eco-friendly football stadiums that would not only enhance the...
Article - 27 Jan 2013
Alternative sources of drinking water are generally sought when groundwater cannot be accessed due to hard ground conditions, or is unfit for drinking or when there is no surface water.
Article - 24 Jul 2012
Polyethylene Terephthalate, or PET for short, is a type of plastic that is in common usage in many products today and is easily recyclable.
Article - 28 Oct 2008
With 13 mature trees being used to make a single tonne of paper it is important recycle paper and retain trees and forests for the purposes of biodiversity, animal habitats and combating climate...