Jim Lane Biofuels Digest - October 12, 2009 In Washington, the EPA said that â€œnearly allâ€ US ethanol plants will qualify as â€œmajor emittersâ€ of greenhouse gases and be required to obtain Title V permits, under new proposed EPA regulations.
By David Madden, Owner, ContainerExchanger.com Looking for new ways to add to your bottom line? Perhaps you should take a look at replacing expendable packaging with reusable/returnable options.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - A court says Nestle USA, Inc. has not been paying too much in property taxes for its infant formula plant in Eau Claire.
Dina Cappiello THE ASSOCIATED PRESS - October 9, 2009 WASHINGTON - The Environmental Protection Agency said Wednesday that it will re-evaluate the health effects of a popular weed killer that has been found in drinking water supplies in the United States.
KARL RITTER & MATT MOORE Associated Press Writers - October 9, 2009 STOCKHOLM (AP)
Carbon Sciences, Inc. (OTCBB: CABN), the developer of a breakthrough technology to recycle
MEERA SELVA Associated Press Writer - October 9, 2009 Royal Dutch Shell PLC announced plans Thursday to develop a giant floating liquefied natural gas plant that will process gas off the northwest coast of Western Australia.
DINESH RAMDE Associated Press Writer - October 9, 2009 MILWAUKEE (AP) - An Iraq veteran whose military flare sparked a costly fire at a meatpacking plant this summer was sentenced Thursday to jail time, probation and community service.
GIANT Snacksâ„¢ of Wahpeton, N. D. prides itself in selecting superior hybrids from contract growers in North Dakota to produce the best Sunflower seeds in the U. S. for its customer base.
A look at Intel's impressive Fab32 manufacturing facility, which uses some of the most advanced process technology available.
Now if the people at MIT can make it do something else besides lubricate itself, they may be onto something.
The Durham wastewater treatment facility is the first in the United States to recover ammonia fertilizer from wastewater during the treatment process - even Bobby Kennedy Jr is impressed.
Fire at a liquid gas station causes two massive BLEVEs (boiling liquid expanding vapor explosions), devastating an area of downtown Seoul.
CHICAGO (AP) - A suburban Chicago steel company has been fined more than $111,000 for alleged violations of federal worker safety law. The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration cited Quinco Steel Inc. of Chicago Heights with the proposed penalties.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Two food safety experts from the University of Minnesota say better training for meatpacking workers and wider use of irradiation could reduce the danger of illness from E. coli-contaminated beef.