Across The Wire

  1. New Industrial Drying System Promises To Save Water And Reduce Energy Use By 65 Percent

    Today, Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) and Gas Technology Institute (GTI) announced they have successfully demonstrated a new industrial drying technology that uses far less energy, reduces greenhouse gas emissions and saves money

  2. EPA Recognizes Green Energy Solutions For Leading Green Power Use

    Green Energy Solutions, LLC announced today that it recently joined the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Green Power Partnership

  3. AEP Accelerates Carbon Dioxide Emissions Reduction Target

    American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP) is cutting carbon dioxide emissions faster than anticipated and has revised its 2030 reduction target to 70 percent from 2000 levels

  4. Social Costs Of U.S. Air Pollution Are Down Across Economy, But Vary Widely Between Sectors

    Air pollution negatively impacts the U.S. economy, costing the U.S. roughly 5% of its yearly gross domestic product (GDP) in damages ($790 billion in 2014). The highest costs come from early deaths, attributable to exposure to fine particulate matter (PM2.5)

  5. SeekOps Inc. Secures Venture Funding To Scale Energy Sector Emissions Inspection Solutions

    SeekOps Inc., a company which develops and fields advanced sensor technology to detect, localize, and quantify natural gas emissions through integrated drone-based systems, has secured funding from two strategic investors as part of its Series A-1 fundraising

  6. Bretthauer Oil Now Carries REG Ultra Clean™ Diesel

    Bretthauer Oil announced today the availability of REG Ultra Clean™ Diesel for bulk delivery and for purchase at Bretthauer Oil cardlock sites in Hillsboro, Oregon and McMinnville, Oregon

  7. Alter Eco Assembles Eco-Friendly Brand Coalition To Protect The Amazon Rainforest

    As devastating fires continue to ravage the Amazon Rainforest, Alter Eco, a sustainability-directed chocolate company with an annual, 10-year-old agroforestry program in the Amazon, is taking immediate action

  8. Jacobs Selected For Wetland/Electro-Coagulation Treatment Facility At Superfund Site In Washington State

    Jacobs (NYSE: JEC) was selected by the Kaiser Mead Custodial Work Trust to design, build, operate and optimize a Wetland/Electro-Coagulation Treatment Facility that will be used to clean up groundwater cyanide, fluoride and nitrate pollution at the Kaiser Aluminum (Mead Works) Superfund site in Mead, Washington

  9. U.S. EPA Awards $1.5M To San Francisco Estuary Partnership To Protect The Bay And Its Watersheds

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded an almost $1.5 million grant to the San Francisco Estuary Partnership for its Transforming Shorelines project.

  10. Walker® Expands Coverage To Nearly 100 Million Additional Emissions Control Service Opportunities

    The Walker® emissions control brand now offers coverage of nearly 100 million additional vehicle service opportunities as a result of a significant expansion announced today by DRiV™ Incorporated