Supplier News

  1. Fressko's Eco-Friendly Water Bottles Part Of The Six Rs To Prevent Marine Plastic Pollution

    Fressko, which makes eco-friendly water bottles, knows the six Rs can make a dent in fighting marine plastic pollution.

  2. 'Breathe Easy' Summer Campaign Asks Everyone To Work Together To Improve Air Quality During Ozone Season

    Friday marks the first day of Summer, which kicks off a season of outdoor fun, festivals and BBQs across our region.

  3. Lenzing Group To Become The First Carbon Neutral Fiber Producer In The World

    Lenzing – The Lenzing Group, a recognized leader in climate action, member of the CEO Climate Leaders Group of the World Economic Forum and a signatory to the United Nations Fashion Industry Charter for Climate Action, will drastically reduce its CO2 footprint.

  4. Laser Method Promising For Detecting Trace Chemicals In Air

    Researchers have developed a new laser-based method that can detect electric charges and chemicals of interest with unprecedented sensitivity.

  5. Best Buy Sets First-Ever Goal To Help Consumers Reduce Their Carbon Emissions And Save Billions On Utilities As It Commits To Further Reduce Its Own Carbon Use

    After reducing its carbon emissions more than 50 percent, Best Buy is committing to achieve an even greater impact.

  6. Portland General Electric: New Law Will Boost Zero-Emission Vehicles In Oregon, Reducing State's Impact On Climate Change

    Oregon took a major step forward toward reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector thanks to Senate Bill 1044, passed in the Legislature Tuesday and headed to Gov. Kate Brown for her signature.

  7. EPA Finalizes Affordable Clean Energy Rule, Ensuring Reliable, Diversified Energy Resources While Protecting Our Environment

    Recently, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued the final Affordable Clean Energy (ACE) rule – replacing the prior administration’s overreaching Clean Power Plan (CPP) with a rule that restores the rule of law and empowers states to continue to reduce emissions while providing affordable and reliable energy for all Americans.

  8. BASF And Lutianhua Plan To Pilot A New Production Process That Significantly Reduces CO2 Emissions

    BASF and Sichuan Lutianhua Co., Ltd. (Lutianhua) recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to co-develop a pilot production plant, that will significantly reduce carbon emissions and increase energy efficiency in producing dimethyl ether (DME) from syngas compared to the traditional process.

  9. AB InBev Rolls Out PureDraught System To Keep Beer Fresh Longer, Reduce Carbon Footprint

    AB InBev, through its Global Innovation and Technology Center (GITEC), is introducing PureDraught, a one-way, polymer keg system that keeps beer fresher up to four times longer than a traditional steel keg and reduces the carbon footprint of shipping beer – all while offering more versatility and variety for bar and restaurant owners.

  10. PSEG Holds One Of Lowest Carbon Emissions Rates Among Largest U.S. Power Producers

    PSEG has one of the lowest carbon emissions rates of the nation's largest power producers, according to a new analysis released today.