Australian architecture firm POLYstudio recently completed A House for All Seasons, a contemporary, energy-efficient family home.
The Green Blue and the Final Straw Foundation joined forces at the Southampton International Boat Show to launch a Single-Use Plastic Free Accreditation. Aimed at inland and marine clubs, training centres and boating businesses, the new standard will highlight the responsible and innovative products and practices by organisations in the recreational boating industry. The Green Blue’s Kate Fortnam and the Final Straw Foundation’s Bianca Carr launched the accreditation on the Foredeck Stage of the world-renowned Southampton International Boat Show. Members of the audience were given an overview of the accreditation criteria and the long-term impact that single-use plastic can have on both our inland and coastal waterways.
Hitachi ABB Power Grids is contributing to Sweden’s sustainable energy transition with the installation of EconiQTM Live Tank Breaker (LTA) for 145-kilovolt (kV) at Vattenfall Distribution substation in Skövde, Sweden, a town situated between the country’s two largest lakes, Vänern and Vättern. Sweden is one of the nations that is leading the way in developing a sustainable low-carbon economy, with targets towards net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045. Building on almost 250 years of combined technology leadership, Hitachi ABB Power Grids has been consistently investing to address the growing demand for eco-efficient solutions.
Blow molding machine makers make strides in use of recycled materials, energy efficiency along with cycle times.