Environment

Formula for the Removal and Remediation of Polychlorinated Biphenyls in Painted Structures

An activated metal treatment system (AMTS) removes and destroys polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) found in painted structures or within the binding or caulking material on structures. It may be applied using a “paint-on and wipe-off” process that leaves the structure PCB-free and virtually unaltered in physical form.

Posted in: Pollution, Briefs, Briefs, Remediation Technologies

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Low-Noise Current Controller Increases Detection of Trace Gases

A low-noise current controller developed at DOE's Pacific Northwest National Laboratory was recently licensed to Wavelength Electronics Inc. (Bozeman, MT). The device delivers stable and reliable power to the lasers used in gas sensors, for use in analyzing trace atmospheric gases.

Posted in: Pollution, News, Products, News, Environmental Monitoring

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Fuel-Saving Paint System Based on Sharkskin

To lower the fuel consumption of airplanes and ships, it is necessary to reduce their flow resistance, or drag. A paint system from the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Engineering and Applied Materials Research IFAM makes this possible. Along with lowering costs, it also reduces CO2 emissions.

Posted in: Pollution, News, News, Energy Efficiency, Wind Power, Greenhouse Gases

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Manipulating Plant Growth Hormones Key for Biofuel Future

Auxin is a powerful plant growth hormone that tells plants how to grow, where to lay down roots, how to make tissues, and how to respond to light and gravity. Knowing how to manipulate auxin could have enormous implications for the production of biofuel - making plants grow faster and better.

Posted in: News, News, Biomass, Energy Efficiency, Renewable Energy, Alternative Fuels

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Improving Water Quality With Algae

According to an Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientist, algae could remove nitrogen and phosphorus in livestock manure runoff - giving resource managers an eco-friendly option for reducing the level of agricultural pollutants that contaminate water quality in the Chesapeake Bay.

Posted in: Pollution, News, News, Remediation Technologies

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$33 Million in Funding for Biomass R&D

The U.S. Departments of Energy (DOE) and Agriculture (USDA) jointly announced up to $33 million in funding for research and development of technologies and processes to produce biofuels, bioenergy, and high-value biobased products - subject to annual appropriations.

Posted in: News, Videos, News, Biomass, Renewable Energy, Government Initiatives, Alternative Fuels

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Genetically Engineering Algae for Biodiesel

John Morgan, an associate professor of chemical engineering at Purdue University, is leading a portion of a federally funded effort based at Iowa State University aimed at creating genetically engineered algae for biodiesel production.

Posted in: News, News, Biomass, Renewable Energy, Solar Power, Alternative Fuels, Greenhouse Gases

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