Search

Search Results
Results 1591 - 1600 of 1601 for Metals
  • Article - 25 Jan 2013
    Health and environmental impact of diesel fuel exhaust is a subject of concern, according to statements by an international organization and recently published research.
  • Article - 25 Jan 2013
    Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) released by pesticides can cause adverse health and environmental effects when they exceed a specific concentration level.
  • Article - 31 Dec 2012
    A roof garden is any type of vegetation established on the roof of a building. Apart from the decorative benefit, roof garden serves the purpose of providing architectural enhancement, temperature...
  • Article - 29 Dec 2012
    Hydrogen is the simplest element consisting of one proton and an electron. It is the most abundant element in the universe, but is does not occur naturally as a gas in the Earth. It is always combined...
  • Article - 18 Dec 2012
    Nanotechnology is a subject which has been popular within the scientific and technology industries for many years. It is now with the ever growing advancement in technology that nanotechnology is...
  • Article - 28 Sep 2012
    In this interview, Ian Smale, Hydrodec CEO, talks to AZoCleanTech about the innovative Hydrodec system that recycles PCB contaminated oil for reuse.
  • Article - 5 Mar 2012
    This "Thought Leader" contribution by Dr. Aleksandra Drizo, CEO of PhosphoReduc, discusses the development and implementation of phosphorus removal technologies, phosphorus re-use as a soil amendment...
  • Article - 19 Nov 2009
    Designed to bring together leaders in materials science and energy, Materials Challenges 2010 aims to facilitate information sharing on the latest developments involving materials for alternative and...
  • Article - 2 Sep 2008
    The impact on the environment by motor vehicles is well documented and many motorists are looking to reduce their environmental impact. Replacing your current vehicle is an option but you can make a...
  • Article - 22 Dec 2007
    Commercially available energy-efficient lighting can save up to 75 percent of the energy currently used to light homes.