Tony Bordieri of State Garden, Inc., a MA-based processor of fresh produce, details how his company was able to preserve customer confidence and limit profit loss during the recent spinach recall. This video is an excerpt of a webcast that discussed maintaining profitability in the event...
A new proposal names the east coast and Alaska as potential locations for new U.S. offshore drilling.
Firefighters responded to a huge fire at a storage facility for chemicals and other hazardous materials in Denham Springs, Louisiana. No injuries were immediately reported, but officials say a four-block area near the facility was evacuated. (March 3)
The IT giant is using sensor networks to measure the temperature, pH and speed of waterways in order to manage water quality.
Clean Skies News talks to Henri-James Tieleman, CEO of Ecoloblue, a company that has invented a way to make water out of thin air. Tieleman explains the process, which does not require plumbing or refilling the water.
Retired stuntman Courageous Carl Payne mounts his moped and takes on the stream from a pressure washer. Hilarity ensues.
How a liquid level detection sensor can differentiate between foam and the true height of liquid in a tank, and the backup systems used to ensure liquid level limits are never exceeded.
Researchers and farmers in Florida see enormous potential in jatropha as a high-yield, low maintenance biofuel feedstock.
Chevron repurposed an old refinery as a solar test facility where seven different solar technologies are being evaluated.
Dr. James Conca, Director of the Carlsbad Environmental Monitoring and Research Center, talks about the true cost of nuclear power, waste storage and fast reactor technology, which would make 30,000 years worth of fuel available for energy production.
http://www.ntv.co.ke Somali pirates have seized a U.K flagged chemical tanker and a cargo vessel, in the latest incident that underline the continued risk to shipping in some of the world's busiest maritime trade routes. The latest incident came a day after a Chinese and Singaporean ships...
After recently recalling about 50 processed food products due to fear of salmonella contamination, some are split over the FDA's response to the situation.
The Metals Service Center Institute celebrates its 100-year anniversary by proving that metals are, indeed, ubiquitous in our modern lives. What is the single most important item in your life? Odds are, it's made of aluminum or iron.
This faster-than-human robotic hand can do everything from dribbling, spinning a pen between its "fingers," and playing "cell phone catch" with itself.
Dangers of Flammable Gas Accumulation: Acetylene Explosion at ASCO, Perth Amboy, New Jersey