Honda thinking in action
When it comes to talking about the environment, we let our products speak
for themselves. In 1974, Honda introduced the ingeniously simple Civic CVCC.
World-changing for its fuel efficiency and low emissions, the CVCC demonstrated
our spirited commitment to environmentally responsible technology. Many other
firsts were to follow, such as the first hybrid vehicle sold in North America
and the first government-certified fuel-cell car. This legacy of innovation
and acting on our beliefs is seen in every Honda product, like the 2008 45-mpg
highway* Civic Hybrid.
Honda's legacy of innovation is unmatched in the vehicle industry. As always,
our attention is focused on the future. For example, a California family is
already driving a limited-production Honda FCX hydrogen fuel-cell car in the
Los Angeles area on a daily basis. It's all part of Honda thinking in action.
ACEEE Recognizes Five Honda Vehicles for Superior Environmental Performance
This product profile describes the features and applications of the ElectroGreen™–Xylene substitute for electronics.
The Stäubli Megawatt Charging System (MCS) offers rapid and effortless charging, allowing drivers to manually charge their electric heavy-duty vehicles without relying on robots or supporting machines.
Anguil's robust Vapor Combustion Unit (VCU) can handle a wide range of emission flow rates. It is as easy to use as an enclosed flare and as effective as a thermal oxidizer.
In this interview, AZoCleantech speaks to Anguil about the decarbonization of battery manufacturing,
and how to make the industry greener from testing to recycling.
In this interview, AZoCleantech talks to Olivia Madamba about Ethylene Oxide (EtO) opportunities and the new regulations proposed by the EPA.
In this exclusive interview, co-founder and CTO of PolyGone Systems, Nathanial Banks, discusses the groundbreaking technology behind the biomimetic Artificial Root microplastic collection device.