Article - 11 Nov 2008
Glass has been used by humans for a very long time and most glasses can be readily recycled. This article looks at the recycling of glass and includes tips for making glass recycling easier.
News - 3 May 2009
Vetrazzo, the original Recycled Glass Surface, unveils four gorgeous new earth-tone colors today that showcase the intersection of high design and respect for the environment. The collection of...
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.
News - 21 Apr 2009
National Gypsum Company announced today the results of its investigation of a house whose owners claim the company's wallboard has caused the same problems experienced with wallboard produced in...
News - 14 May 2013
Inspired by two of their fathers, who work cutting lawns and driving a truck, a team of University of California, Riverside Bourns College of Engineering students have created a device that attaches...
News - 15 Apr 2014
The home of a Sheffield Hallam University lecturer is in the running to be named the UK's best eco property.
Marsh House in Nottingham, owned and built by Sheffield Hallam's professor of...
News - 20 Sep 2011
A new research performed at the University of Greenwich, London, is expected to bring in a solution for the reuse of waste glass bottles. The solution suggested by the research is anticipated to...
News - 16 Sep 2009
Alcoa’s (NYSE:AA) Australia Operations have been recognized by national and international organizations as a world leader in mine site rehabilitation for its long term management of the...
News - 5 Feb 2008
ENERCON is currently installing two E-126/6 MW WECs on the Rysumer Nacken in Emden, Germany. This new ENERCON model is a sophisticated version of the E-112 (6 MW rated power) - the world's most...
Article - 8 Dec 2008
One of the basic mantras used in by environmental conservationists is the principle of the '3 Rs' - reduce, reuse and recycle. The waste hierachy uses the reduce, reuse, recycle ethos to classify...