Article - 30 Jan 2013
The football world cup is probably one of the most sought-after events in sports and builders are working towards the construction of eco-friendly football stadiums that would not only enhance the...
Article - 4 Jan 2013
Increased fuel consumption and fuel costs, and depletion of traditional sources of fuel have made researchers work on alternative forms of fuels in the last decade.
Article - 26 Nov 2012
Surprisingly, the whole global warming frenzy revolves more around an inert gas CO2, than mercury, lead, and cadmium, which are constantly polluting the air, water and soil causing several diseases...
Article - 18 Sep 2012
In this interview, AZoCleanTech talks with Laurence Dummett, CEO of Biofiba, about the need for sustainable pallet materials.
Article - 17 Sep 2012
In this interview, David Archer, Managing Director of Advanced Plant Nutrition, talks to AZoCleanTech about the impending world food crisis and issues with phosphate fertilisers.
Article - 31 Aug 2012
Floating in a remote part of the Pacific Ocean, a giant testament to the throwaway culture that now pervades the world is growing at an alarming rate. Welcome to the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Article - 21 Aug 2012
In this interview, the CEO of enLighten, David Whitfield, discusses the environmental benefits of LEDs and how Australia could be doing more to promote clean technology.
Article - 25 Jul 2012
High-Density Polyethylene, usually shortened to HDPE or PEHD, is a plastic polymer with flexible properties which make it ideal for a wide range of applications.
Article - 24 Jul 2012
Polyethylene Terephthalate, or PET for short, is a type of plastic that is in common usage in many products today and is easily recyclable. PET is predominantly produced for the textiles industry as...
Article - 3 Jul 2012
Used by both amateurs and professionals, peat-based composts came into common usage in the mid-20th century. It is often mixed together with sand and loam, though many commercial composts are almost...