Waste-to-energy projects are taking out the trash and putting it to use for entire counties and even states. Clean Skies News takes you to some of these new power plants and investigates how and why this trend works.
BizTimes Milwaukee reporter, Eric Decker recently visited Jim McCabe at Milwaukee Brewing company to discuss the brewer's production of bio diesel fuel. McCabe describes the process the company goes through to produce its own bio diesel and how it saves them money by allowing the company...
State-of-the-art air pollution systems made up half the cost of this waste-to-electricity plant.
A Harvard study found that eating processed meats may raise the risk of heart disease and type II diabetes, while unprocessed red meat did not elevate either of these risks.
Mike Papantonio has some unflattering words to say about the culture of big oil companies and the officials that are supposed to regulate them.
"Tell everyone it's our free oil giveaway bonanza."
A trip through California with a mobile methane detector reveals several sources of methane gas.
A plant fire causes flaming acetylene tanks to rain down on traffic near downtown Dallas.
Chain and disc technology moves products without the use of air.
Male bass fish in Washington D.C.'s major river are now exhibiting female traits such as egg production because of medications and other pollutants in wastewater and agricultural runoff.
A damaged gas cylinder penetrated two sheet metal walls before exiting through the building's roof, reaching a height of 140 feet.
In 1963, Soviet physicists used a nuclear bomb to shut off a huge natural gas leak. Some suggest the same method could be used in the Gulf.
POET CEO Jeff Broin talks about the company's plan to have cellulosic ethanol at the pump by 2012.
Large scale demonstrations with co-firing kraft lignin and coal have been carried out in the combined heat and power plant (CHP) in Värtan Power Station during 2007 and 2008. The lignin for the demonstration was produced from black liquor in the LignoBoost demo plant in Bäckhammar which...