Abanaki Corp. presents its Might Mini® SST oil skimmer as the solution to unwanted oil in coolants and parts washers.
MIT researchers have developed a new technique for magnetically separating oil and water that could be used to clean up oil spills. They believe that, with their technique, the oil could be recovered for use, offsetting much of the cost of cleanup.
Abanaki's Oil Viper Tube Skimmer is an ideal, low-cost solution for separating oil from water. This video shows the Viper in action.
In Cooperstown, NY, the CEO of Ommegang Brewery is proud of what his company brews, but is concerned that fracking will ruin his pitch-perfect ingredient: water.
When headlines run dire, ask yourself: Are they real? Here is a guide to managing the myth minefield -- and the roaring trade in disinformation about biofuels, feedstocks and impact.
About 70 percent of companies believe climate change can significantly affect their revenue, a risk intensified by a chasm between sustainable businesses and their suppliers.
Amid President Obama’s emphasis on reaffirming a commitment to combat climate change, it might sound counter-intuitive, but bringing manufacturing back to the U.S. would help.
Given the gridlock on Capitol Hill (like avoiding the fiscal cliff), Americans understand that it'll be up to the public to push the government on a truly clean-energy path.
Americans are not opposed to more domestic energy production, but are unwilling to achieve it by sacrificing clean water, energy efficiency, and expanded wind and solar power.
The more difficult is to produce alternatives and the higher the growth of the overall world economy, the more worthwhile it is to extract the next barrel of oil.
Abanaki introduces its PetroXtractor active membrane skimmer, PetroXtractor passive membrane skimmer and Leach-Aid landfill pump for use in remediation and leachate applications.
The environmentally friendly Scalewatcher provides a permanent solution to hard water problems without the need for chemicals, salt or maintenance.
Blue Plains Advanced Wastewater Treatment Plant in Washington is the largest facility of its kind in the world and is among the leaders in sewage treatment.
Simbol Materials has pioneered a transformative new technology that leverages a geothermal power plant to extract materials from geothermal brines.
Tungsten-filament argon-filled bulbs don’t make the cut, so if you like them, you’d better scarf them up because you won’t be able to find any more, except maybe in Texas.
Kason has unveiled its Vibroscreen® dewatering-clarifying screener with an anti-blinding spray-wash system for separating solid materials from liquids.
Airmaster Aerator has designed its Turbo X-Treme Magnum aerator with a rotating water cannon that sprays water constantly from above.
Xylem has engineered its WEDECO TAK 55 Smart ultraviolet light disinfection system to treat wastewater with a full menu of options to meet all kinds of effluent qualities.
Biogas is on the comeback –- just as Toto launches a poop-powered motorbike and draws new attention to the question of what to do with all that sludge.
Supercritical Fluid Technologies introduces the SFT-NPX-10 as a pilot-scale supercritical extractor for the processing of natural products.
BoomVane™, fueled only by the water’s current, can tow a boom from the shore without boats or anchors, making oil spill recovery faster and less expensive.
Once wastewater arrives at a plant, it goes through extensive physical, chemical and biological processes that clean the wastewater and remove solids.
In U.S. factory settings, motor-driven systems account for over 60 percent -- nearly two thirds -- of the total energy consumed.
How big and how different will bio-based become in 2013? We peer down into the Petri dish to see what we think 2013 will bring.