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    CoalTek’s goal is to provide a clean, cost-effective, alternative fuel that addresses today’s power demands and increasing environmental challenges. Our proprietary technology uses electromagnetic...
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    Worldwide, millions of people remain disadvantaged because of limited or zero access to cost-effective and reliable electricity. We can now provide communities with the energy security most of the...
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    NiLA is a revolutionary new lighting solution for the entertainment industry with unprecedented environmental benefits and performance standards. The NiLA Lighting System is modular, durable,...
  • Article - 6 Nov 2008
    Almost all small household electronic appliances and devices are powered by batteries. As even rechargeable batteries eventually wear out and will require replacement. Proper disposal of all batteries...
  • News - 13 Aug 2015
    Once mercury is emitted into the atmosphere from the smokestacks of power plants, the pollutant has a complicated trajectory; even after it settles onto land and sinks into oceans, mercury can be...
  • News - 24 Dec 2014
    In any given year, workers in artisanal and small-scale gold mining shops in remote locales like Brazil and Peru release an estimated 700 tons of airborne mercury from their...
  • News - 6 Jul 2009
    Prairie lakes that expand greatly in area during wet cycles are more likely to have elevated mercury levels soon after, South Dakota State University research suggests. That’s one finding...
  • News - 26 Nov 2008
    Fishery experts have known for years that shrimp trawling operations in the Gulf of Mexico are contributing to sharp declines in the ranks of Red Snapper, one of the most delicious and popular marine...
  • News - 28 Jan 2016
    An analysis of long-term trends in the amount of mercury in rainfall and other forms of precipitation in North America found recent increases at many sites, mostly in the center of the continent. At...
  • News - 8 Sep 2015
    As fish-eating predators at the top of the marine food chain, elephant seals accumulate high concentrations of mercury in their bodies. A new study by scientists at UC Santa Cruz shows that elephant...