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Ethanol fireplaces: the underestimated risk

03-Sep-2014

Ethanol fireplaces are becoming more and more popular. However, they are not only highly combustible – in the past, severe accents have occurred repeatedly with decorative fireplaces. The devices also pollute the air in the rooms. This has been proven by a recent Fraunhofer study. Wood-burning ...

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ABB technologies to power waste incineration plant in Switzerland

13-Oct-2010

ABB will supply equipment for a new waste incineration facility being constructed by Energie Wasser Bern.The planned facility will be the first of its kind in Europe, integrating a clean biomass-fired power station and combined cycle gas turbine plant. It will replace an existing waste ...

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Evonik opens new production facility for P84 fibers

21-Jun-2010

After a construction phase of little more than a year, the Austrian company Evonik Fibres, a subsidiary of the German Evonik Industries Group, will open its new production facility in Schörfling in a ceremony held on June 17, 2010. According to the General Manager, Dr. Herbert Griesser, the ...

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Plastic waste: better to burn?

26-Aug-2009

Burning plastic can give off less carbon dioxide than burying it, scientists claim in a Royal Society of Chemistry journal. Swedish scientists studied the CO2 produced when unrecyclable plastics are incinerated and the energy given off is recovered, compared with putting them into landfill. The ...

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Physicists make electron gas visible

08-Jul-2009

X-rays can be used to image hidden structures such as bones of the human body. But now, a team of Würzburg physicists has succeeded in demonstrating the electronic structure of an interface in a solid for the first time. Why should such interfaces be researched? "They are important for the ...

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Nuclear fusion-fission hybrid could contribute to carbon-free energy future

29-Jan-2009

Physicists at The University of Texas at Austin have designed a new system that, when fully developed, would use fusion to eliminate most of the transuranic waste produced by nuclear power plants. The invention could help combat global warming by making nuclear power cleaner and thus a more ...

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Natvar to launch breakthrough BioPath PVC-free medical tubing

22-Feb-2002

Natvar, the Clayton, North Carolina-based global manufacturer of medical tubing, has developed BioPath, a multilayered flexible tubing designed to offer the medical industry a high-performance alternative to existing PVC and polyurethane products. BioPath tubing is coextruded using polyurethane ...

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EU directive regulates maximum heavy metal limits for incineration plat wastewater

21-Sep-2001

A new EU directive, which seeks to decrease the amount of heavy metals in wastewater from incineration plants, is currently being transformed into national legislation across Europe. Degussa’s TMT 15 – an environmentally safe, non-hazardous product – can help maintain these new limits. ...

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Novartis Services: Contracts with Vivendi Environnement and JOHNSON CONTROLS signed

01-Dec-2000

As part of the process of outsourcing the non-core activities of Novartis Services, Novartis today announced that contracts have been signed with Vivendi Environnement and JOHNSON CONTROLS. A joint venture is being established with each of the two companies to provide energy supply/waste ...

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Novartis selects Vivendi Environnement and JOHNSON CONTROLS as future partners for infrastructure services

20-Sep-2000

Basel, 19 September 2000 – Novartis today announced the outsourcing of non-core activities to Vivendi Environnement and JOHNSON CONTROLS. Subject to successful completion of the due diligence procedure, two joint-venture companies are to be established – for energy supply/waste disposal and for ...

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