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First Automated Inline Blending and Injection System for PFAS Remediation

The IBIS system by REGENESIS employs advanced inline blending technology to streamline the injection of cleanup solutions automatically. With automated, self-adjusting controls, IBIS ensures accurate product blending across a project site, maintaining safe operating conditions and continuously logging crucial data.

Canada’s First Carbon-Negative Waste-to-Energy Facility Announced

Canada Growth Fund Inc. (CGF), Gibson Energy Inc., and Varme Energy Inc. have announced a strategic partnership to develop Canada’s first waste-to-energy facility featuring integrated carbon capture technology. The project aims to process 200,000 tons of municipal solid waste annually, diverting residential garbage from landfills and advancing carbon-negative electricity production.

Understanding Farmers’ Beliefs: A Path to Microbiome-Supportive Practices

A recent study from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and Cornell University reveals that organic farmers’ beliefs about the soil microbiome significantly influence their soil management practices. The research demonstrates the importance of understanding farmer motivations to promote microbiome-supportive methods like no-till and cover cropping.

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Solar Site Taps Sheep and Pigs for Innovative Agrivoltaics Solution

Solar Site Taps Sheep and Pigs for Innovative Agrivoltaics Solution

The 1.8MW ground-mounted solar project, located on rocky terrain and exposed stone, made traditional mowing impossible due to the risk of damaging equipment. DSD partnered with ESS to address this and develop a creative alternative for maintaining the 7-acre site at The Village at Orchard Ridge (TVOR), a Lutheran retirement community.

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Carnival Leads the Charge with on Shore Power at PortMiami

Carnival Leads the Charge with on Shore Power at PortMiami

The introduction of shore power at PortMiami is a result of a collaborative effort between Miami-Dade County, Florida Power & Light Company, and several cruise lines, including Carnival Corporation. PortMiami is now the first major cruise port on the U.S. eastern seaboard to offer shore power connections at five cruise berths.

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Wear it, then Recycle: Designers Create Dissolvable Textiles from Gelatin

Wear it, then Recycle: Designers Create Dissolvable Textiles from Gelatin

In 2018, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency reported that over 11 million tons of textiles were discarded in landfills, comprising nearly 8% of all municipal solid waste. The ATLAS Institute’s method aims to mitigate this issue by producing textiles that can be easily recycled and reused. Costing approximately $560, the DIY machine is designed to be accessible to designers worldwide.

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What Will Happen to the Olympic Village After the Paris 2024 Games are Over?

What Will Happen to the Olympic Village After the Paris 2024 Games are Over?

The village’s significance lies in its post-Games transformation, slated for completion by 2025. This ambitious phase will evolve the area into a fully-fledged sustainable city district. Central to its design are green spaces encompassing a 7.5-acre landscaped park and 17 acres of gardens, promoting biodiversity and enhancing the quality of urban life.

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Rising AI and Data Center Demand Could Overload US Grid

Rising AI and Data Center Demand Could Overload US Grid

The report highlights that power demand from data centers is projected to significantly increase. Analysts project that this demand could more than double over the next decade, placing significant pressure on the existing electricity grid and potentially creating outages and reliability issues.

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