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Soluna launches discount assessment service for Clean

Reducing electricity costs for owners of renewable assets up to 30% of their production potential NEW YORK, NY, November 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – via NewMediaWire – Soluna Holdings, Inc. (Nasdaq: SLNH) (formerly Mechanical Technology), a developer of green data centers for mining cryptocurrency and others Computing-intensive, announced today, it …

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Emory announces new partner for waste management

Emory University announcement a new waste management partnership with Goodr on Nov. 16, a composting and landfill company that also serves Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport and the Georgia World Congress Center. Chief Climate Officer and Associate Vice President Ciannet Howett said she hopes the partnership will help achieve the University’s …

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ENA publishes a green gas scoreboard

Cow dung, food waste and even sewage are capable of producing enough green gas to heat more than 750,000 homes, according to a new analysis by the Energy Networks Association (ENA). Published yesterday, the first green gas dashboard, details how 109 biomethane or green gas production sites are now connected …

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Plastic Waste Management Market To Grow To $ 41.58

Pune, India, November 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – According to Fortune Business Insights, The global share of the plastic waste management industry is expected to reach $ 41.58 billion by 2027, with a CAGR of 3.1% during the forecast period. Uncontrolled plastic pollution levels during the COVID-19 pandemic are expected …

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The green substance in the Clinton Township Waterway was a dye

A Clinton Township waterway that turned green over the weekend did so because of a dye to verify the illegal connection of a sump pump in the area and was not a toxic substance, Macomb County officials said Monday. The discoloration of the Cranberry March Drain, south of 17 Mile …

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Majority of turtles found dead in Sharjah ate plastic waste, study finds

More than half of the turtles found dead on Sharjah’s east coast had eaten marine debris, such as nets or pieces of plastic, according to a new study. One turtle had over 150 pieces of debris in its body, while another had numerous punctures in the gastrointestinal tract. Researchers say …

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Berrybank farm pigsty in central Victoria benefits from greening

Pigsties may not have a reputation for being light and green, but some pig farmers have benefited from climate action for decades. Key points: The Australian pork industry claims to have reduced its emissions by 69% since 1980 and its water consumption by around 80%. Central Victorian pigsty has been …

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Here’s how to spend a “green” vacation at Hilliard

Did you know that the average American throws away 25% more “stuff” between Thanksgiving and New Years? And the vast majority of this increase goes to our landfills? Are you looking to reduce this number in your household? Here are some ideas: • Buy and cook only what you and …

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