Article - 23 Jul 2008
Green cleaning products and the idea of green cleaning is becoming increasingly popular as the environmental movement becomes firmly entrenched in the mainstream - but what exactly is green cleaning
News - 11 Dec 2012
Onion and garlic waste from the food industry could be used to mop up hazardous heavy metals, including arsenic, cadmium, iron, lead, mercury and tin in contaminated materials, according to a research...
News - 7 Feb 2020
Delphine Farmer, an atmospheric chemist at Colorado State University, had spent her whole career exploring the eccentricities of outdoor air—how atmospheric particles and gases move, change, and...
News - 29 Nov 2009
Nuclear Power could solve our energy problems but it has rather nasty by-products: radioactive waste. And this does not only concern the old core rods whose disposal causes a lot of problems. Reactor...
News - 14 Apr 2008
Corporate Express US Inc. has expanded its environmentally preferred Sustainable Earth(R) cleaning line, adding a broad-use disinfectant and sanitizer: Sustainable Earth 66 Disinfectant. The...
News - 26 May 2016
Scientists at the University of Limerick, as part of an international research team, have helped to devise a new method to purify polluting gases using a sponge like material that could lead to...
News - 29 Apr 2008
Over millions of years carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere have been moderated by a finely-tuned natural feedback system- a system that human emissions have recently overwhelmed. A joint...
News - 9 Jan 2018
Researchers at the University of Dundee have found out that E. coli bacteria could possess the key to an efficient technique of trapping and storing or recycling carbon dioxide (CO2).
News - 20 Dec 2013
EPFL researchers studying a natural wetland near a decommissioned uranium mine in Limousin, France, have shown that under certain circumstances the uranium present in the wetland could be more mobile...
News - 3 Dec 2013
With global production of plastic exceeding 280 metric tons every year, a fair amount of the stuff is bound to make its way to the natural environment. However, until now researchers haven't known...