Ecology Coatings Inc., a leader in the discovery and development of nanotechnology-enabled,
Summit Spring natural spring water battles to stay afloat against industry giants and consumer perceptions, while preserving the sanctity of one of the rarest geological phenomenon's in North America.
WINNEBAGO, Minn. (AP) - Owners of an ethanol plant in Winnebago have agreed to pay a $100,000 fine after pleading guilty to a federal charge of violating the Clean Water Act. Corn Plus also agreed to make a $50,000 contribution to benefit Rice Lake.
BRADLEY BROOKS Associated Press Writer - August 24, 2009 RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) - Brazil, long proud of its push to develop renewable energy and wean itself off oil, has a bad case of fossil-fuel fever.
August 24, 2009 MOSCOW, Tenn. (AP) - Tennessee environmental regulators have issued their largest ever fine for air pollution to a Fayette County manufacturer of fiberglass reinforced panels.
August 24, 2009 By Karen Langhauser, Editor-in-Chief, Food Manufacturing In ten
CHRIS BLANK Associated Press Writer - August 24, 2009 JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A law that takes effect this week could make criminals out of those who bring Tupperware onto many of Missouri's rivers.
PERTH, Australia (AP) - Plugging a leak at an offshore drilling rig that has caused an oil slick off Australia will take weeks, the operator said Sunday, though officials said there was little threat of environmental damage.
The Dualstream family of wet gas flowmeters from AMETEK Solartron ISA is designed for direct installation at a wellhead or subsea gathering line.
Omega's new wireless RTD probe/transmitter assembly features a stainless steel probe connected to a polypropylene water tight transmitter housing.
Mettler Toledo Safeline’s new Pharma GF is a gravity fall metal detector for the inspection of free-flowing pharmaceutical and nutraceutical powders.
MATTHEW PERRONE AP Business Writer - August 21, 2009 WASHINGTON (AP) - Drugmaker
Nataliya Vasilyeva THE ASSOCIATED PRESS - August 21, 2009 MOSCOW - Prime Minister
Alexa Olesen THE ASSOCIATED PRESS - August 21, 2009 BEIJING - China has detained two factory officials after 1,300 children were poisoned by pollution from a manganese processing plant, days after emissions from a lead smelter in another province sickened hundreds.