Environmental

Environmental

Environmental News, Ecology, Pollution Control, and Related News

Environmental

Environmental
Environmental News, Ecology, Pollution Control, and Related News

AERC Bolsters Com-Cycle's HIPAA Data Compliance Services with Acquisition

FLANDERS, N.J. -- AERC.com, Inc., the nation's leading full-service secure data management and recycling company, announces the expansion of its secure data destruction and disposal operations as a result of assets acquired Monday, January 7, from DynTek, a leading technology services provider.

Jewelry Manufacturer Recognized as Environmentally Conscious

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Relios Jewelry, a company nationally recognized for its customer focus, merchandising teamwork, innovation, and operational excellence, now has more accolades to boast - this time in the arena of "Good Environmental Practices." The Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility Department's Pollution Prevention Staff has awarded America's largest manufacturer of authentic American-made jewelry with not one but two prestigious honors.

Managing Water During the Drought – Think Before You Flush

NEWCOMERSTOWN, Ohio -- There are many ways to conserve your valuable water supplies. Now could be the time to take a closer look at your toilet system, says BioLet USA, Inc. With the extreme low levels of rainfall and the already low water tables, many homeowners and residents of drought affected states are concerned with the growing drought conditions and the effects it will have on their daily lives.

Nation's First Certified Green Fast-Casual Restaurant is Boston's Grille Zone

BOSTON, Mass. -- Boston's Grille Zone is the first fast-casual restaurant in the nation to be certified green by the Green Restaurant Association. The Boston restaurant, which opened in June of 2007, is the first of several locations. Founders Ben Prentice and Barry Baker are currently entertaining investor inquiries to support plans for four additional locations in Boston and five in Albany over the next five years.

Harvey Coachworks Offers Eco Friendly All-Electric 'BugE' Commuter Vehicle

Harvey CoachworksKNOXVILLE, Md. -- The continually rising price of gasoline has many people looking for preventative medicine for that ever growing ailment. One area where they are seeking to find relief from the pain at the pump is in their daily commute. For many commuters the all-new "BugE" Personal Electric Transport from Harvey Coachworks may be just what the doctor ordered.

Children's Book Series Teaches Kids How to Keep the Environment Clean

GREENWICH, Conn. -- Written by author James Martin II, "William is Going Green" (ISBN 978-0-9799465-1-6) is an 860 word children's book introducing William the Garbage Truck, a kelly green eco-friendly cartoon character determined to make the planet a safer and cleaner place to live. William often rhymes when he speaks.

Eco Capital and Green Oil Technologies Introduce Next Generation Gasification Technology to U.S. Markets

SAN DIEGO, Calif. -- Eco Capital and Invest, Inc. of Michigan City, Indiana and Green Oil Technologies of Denver, Colorado have made next generation gasification systems available to the North American markets, using the patented German Technology called KUG Thermolysis. Gasification plants convert many types of waste products into gas and electricity cleanly and efficiently.

Super Premium Jaguar Vodka Slows Global Warming with Every Drink

Jaguar VodkaST. CLAIR SHORES, Mich. -- "Saving the Wild Jaguar & Rainforest." Prestige Imports originally purchased 2,500,000 sq. ft. of Pristine Amazon Rainforest and recently formed an alliance with the Rain Trust Foundation to preserve even more Rainforest in our designated Jaguar Vodka reserve. Each drink and bottle purchased increases the size of the Jaguar Vodka reserve.

Sedona Arizona Citizens Fight to Save Starry Skies

SEDONA, Ariz. -- Over two hundred Sedona citizens overflowed City Hall Chambers on August 15, to plead with City Council members and the Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) to preserve their renowned dark and starry skies. Led by Keep Sedona Beautiful, Inc. (KSB), a local conservation organization, Sedona residents enlightened their leaders on alternatives to putting up 76 sodium light poles that would add to global warming and cancer, while turning this magnificent town into a Las Vegas strip, according to Native Voices Foundation co-chair, Olympian Suzy Chaffee.

Native American Olympic Sponsor Wins World Clean Energy Courage Award

Patrick Spears and Bob GoughBASIL, Switzerland -- "At the first World Clean Energy Awards in Basel's Congress Center, Intertribal COUP's NativeEnergy, a partnership of 12 Great Plains Tribes, was honored as 'one of the world's premier projects promoting large-scale use of renewable energies,'" according to Native Voices Foundation's Tex Hall, former President of the National Congress of American Indians.

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