Across The Wire

  1. Inventys Partners With Total And Lafarge To Bring Carbon Capture Program To British Columbia

    Inventys recently announced a project partnership to develop and demonstrate the first full-cycle solution to capture and reuse CO₂ from a cement plant while also reducing greenhouse gas emissions

  2. Innovative Pillow By Young Canadian Entrepreneurs Reduces Toxic Indoor Air Pollution

    Canadian company BlackStuff today launches a Kickstarter product campaign for its cutting-edge PILO Purifier, an odor-eliminating and air-purifying throw pillow

  3. World's Largest Bottle-To-Bottle Recycler Tackles Ocean Plastic Pollution With Ocean-Diverted Material

    As part of its closed-loop philosophy, CarbonLITE Industries, one of the world's largest recyclers and producers of post-consumer PET (polyethylene terephthalate plastic) is launching a new category: 100% post-consumer ocean diverted plastic

  4. CECO Environmental® To Reduce Emissions At Growing Plastics Company With State-Of-The-Art Control Technology

    CECO Environmental (Nasdaq: CECE), a leading provider of industrial air quality and fluid handling solutions, announced a large contract win to help a fast-growing North American plastics company control emissions as it increases production capacity

  5. BCR’s Neutralizer Treatment Technology Helps CCUA Achieve Class AA Biosolids And Reduce Environmental Impact

    Recently BCR announced that its Neutralizer treatment technology will play a key role in the production of Class AA biosolids for CCUA’s recently upgraded and expanded Mid-Clay County wastewater treatment plant.

  6. Molpus Earns Carbon Project Developer Of The Year Award From California Climate Action Reserve

    The Molpus Woodlands Group, LLC (Molpus), a timberland investment management organization headquartered in Jackson, Mississippi, was recently awarded, on behalf of a client, the Carbon Project Developer of the Year Award by the California Climate Action Reserve (CAR) at the 2019 North American Carbon World (NACW) conference held in Los Angeles, California

  7. Sterno Introduces New Sustainability Efforts To Reduce Carbon Footprint

    Sterno Products, the name synonymous with quality and performance in portable food warming for over 100 years, announced today at the National Restaurant Association Show in Chicago, that it is going greener with a commitment to reduce the company's overall carbon footprint associated with keeping food hot

  8. Bates College Achieves Carbon Neutrality Ahead Of 2020 Goal

    Bates College announced recently that it has achieved carbon neutrality one year ahead of its own commitment

  9. SoCalGas Granted Approval From California Public Utilities Commission To Move Forward With Dairy Biomethane Projects

    Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) today announced the utility received approval from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) to begin the next phase in construction of four new dairy biomethane projects in California

  10. Smartlynx Airlines Implements Openairlines' Software Skybreathe® To Save Fuel And Reduce Their CO2 Emissions

    SmartLynx Airlines, ACMI operator and charter service provider based in Latvia, announced the successful implementation of OpenAirlines' SkyBreathe® eco-flying solution to pursue their commitment to sustainable development