The accumulation of vast quantities of plastic and other polymeric waste poses a significant environmental risk, both on land and in the oceans. We also lose material that might have significant end-of-life value if recycling and other reprocessing technologies were more cost-effective. The industry has an opportunity to improve the energy and material efficiency of processes that would help recycle, upcycle and deconstruct polymers on scales that are not possible today. It also has the chance to design and manufacture polymers with recycling in mind: enabling, in other words, a more circular economy.
Two women have paddled more than 2,000 kilometres past icebergs and humpback whales without using any single-use plastics.
People have become progressively interested in green boiler technology for their households and businesses. That’s due to numerous driving factors, such as increasing awareness of the need for collective action to mitigate climate change’s effects and a desire to save energy. Thus, many are curious about the benefits of a green boiler and how installing one at a home or commercial building could help meet energy-efficiency and eco-friendliness goals. Here’s a look at how green boilers work and how they’re becoming more common in today’s society. What Are the Main Categories of Green Boiler Technology? Green boilers encompass a broad category of possibilities and each one works differently. Plus, the definition of a green boiler remains fluid. Whereas some models are merely ultra energy efficient, others use the Earth’s resources to work and are less dependent on fossil fuels.
“Keeping Pasadena at the Forefront of Climate Change and Sustainability” A recap of Pasadena City Council meeting on Monday, Dec.10, 2018 By Garrett Rowlan…