Tags Environment and Ecology

Tag: Environment and Ecology

Destruction of Ozone Depleting Methyl Bromide used for Imports and Exports

MARLTON, N.J. -- Value Recovery, Inc. (VR), a company supplying emission controls to the fumigation industry, announced today that it achieved an unprecedented milestone for controlling methyl bromide used to kill invasive insects hitchhiking on imported and exported goods.

Cambridge City Schools Green Team Closes Out Busy Year of Educational Activities

TIPP CITY, Ohio -- The Cambridge City Schools Green Team, a student group focused on sustainability that is sponsored by Energy Optimizers, USA, made tremendous progress on advancing energy-related education during the school year.

America Recycles Day 2014 promotes and celebrates recycling in the U.S.

MANSFIELD, Mass. /eNewsChannels/ -- NEWS: Miller Recycling Corporation celebrates America Recycles Day today by applauding all individuals who make a strong effort to recycle as part of daily life, and encouraging all to learn more about recycling and the industry. America Recycles Day, started in 1997, takes place every November 15 in a nationwide effort to promote and celebrate recycling in the U.S.

Greener Owensboro Recycling celebrates third year in business with over 1.25 million pounds of recycled waste collected

OWENSBORO, Ky. /eNewsChannels/ -- NEWS: Greener Owensboro Recycling celebrates their third year of business with over 1.25 million pounds of recycled waste collected. Starting with a few neighborhood homes and a small truck and trailer in July 2010, GO Recycling has grown to now serving over 1,000 residential and business customers in Daviess County and Owensboro Kentucky.

Now’s the Time to Create ‘Highly-Human’ Jobs by the Millions, According to Special Report from EraNova Institute

MOUNTAIN LAKES, N.J. (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Today EraNova Institute announces an employment report with an upbeat message. Titled, “Highly-Human Jobs, The New Work that Technology Can’t Take Over,” it forecasts the rise of a high-touch, human-centered economy that could dwarf today’s high-tech economy based on [...]

The Otter Project announces 'No-Otter' Zone Public Hearings Hold the Key to Southern California Sea Otters' Future

MONTEREY, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ -- The Otter Project today announces that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) will be conducting public hearings regarding the failed 'No-Otter' Zone in Ventura, Santa Barbara and Santa Cruz, California, on September 27, October 4 and October 6, 2011 respectively.

World Mind Network reports Crowd-sourced Research Project Seeks to Solve Batangas Fish Kill Mystery

LIPA CITY, Philippines /eNewsChannels/ -- A multi-national coalition of researchers has been formed to study and treat a massive fish kill of over 800 metric tonnes which started on May 27 in Taal Lake, in the Philippine province of Batangas. Sponsored by the World Mind Network, it will involve on-site as well as online cooperation between biology students in the U.S. and the Philippines.

All Green Electronics Recycling announces its new national headquarters in Orange County Calif.

TUSTIN, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ -- All Green Electronics Recycling announces its new national headquarters' grand opening on January 13, 2011 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. - a Green Carpet Event - followed by a free, three-day electronics recycling event aimed at giving back to the local community in Orange County. Both are open to the public and are located at: 15561 Del Amo Ave. in Tustin.

Value Recovery Inc. Announces New Fumigation Emissions Control Facility Launches in California

BRIDGEPORT, N.J. /eNewsChannels/ -- Value Recovery, Inc. announced today that Guadalupe Cooling of Nipomo, CA has obtained a license to use Value Recovery's methyl bromide emissions control technology for its new Quarantine and Pre-shipment fumigation operation. The facility will be constructed by Controlled Environments Construction of Tustin, CA.

Alameda California Sixth Grade Scientists Help Save the Bay

ALAMEDA, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ -- Sixth grade science students at the Alameda Community Learning Center will take on the roles of real-life environmental scientists this school year, thanks to a collaboration with Save the Bay and grant support from Bio-Rad.