News - 15 Jun 2015
The cement industry is one of the largest sources worldwide of carbon emissions, accounting for around five per cent of global emissions. New technologies being developed by the Norwegian University...
News - 28 Feb 2014
Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Moving toward Sustainability--Carbon Reduction Technologies in Industry (Technical...
News - 21 Apr 2008
As the world becomes more vigilant and active about key environmental issues, many industries have renewed commitments to green initiatives.
One group that has been steadily improving the...
Article - 27 May 2022
This article looks at the development of an innovative sewage sludge drying method using a modified solar greenhouse. The paper was published in Clean Technologies.
Article - 28 Sep 2022
Technology that removes carbon dioxide from the atmosphere is crucial in the fight against global warming. Are carbon capture and storage technology helping us to achieve net-zero carbon emissions?
Article - 2 Mar 2022
AZoCleantech interviews Dr. Joe Milnes, Head of JET Operations, UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA), about his team's record-breaking experiment that is helping to accelerate the future of limitless,...
Article - 27 Jan 2022
Advances in carbon capture technologies form keystones in reducing industrial CO2 emissions amidst the incoming climate crisis. This article looks at the different types of carbon capture technologies...
Article - 12 Jan 2022
Connected Kerb is the leading provider of electric vehicle residential charging solutions. The company has the sole aim of accelerating electric vehicle use by improving the access to charging...
Article - 6 Oct 2021
Each year, it is estimated that maritime transport releases around 940 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) into the environment and accounts for more than 2.8% of global greenhouse gas (GHG)...
Article - 5 Aug 2021
A proven, more fuel-efficient abatement technology, called the regenerative thermal oxidizer (RTO), is now being applied to tail-gas treatment where it was once thought impossible.