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  • Update Direct from Dunkin’: Dollars to Donuts, These Cups Are Cream of the Crop
    Posted by Jennifer Hermes on February 16, 2018 at 6:57 pm

    You may remember from my editor's note last Friday that we had some important follow-up questions after reading about about Dunkin' Donuts' decision to transition from foam to double-walled paper cups. I forwarded our questions to the company and they were quick to send back their answers. The post Update Direct from Dunkin’: Dollars to Donuts, These Cups Are Cream of the Crop appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Drone Package Delivery Could Cut Emissions, per Scientific Study
    Posted by Alyssa Danigelis on February 16, 2018 at 6:21 pm

    A scientific study published this week in the journal Nature Communications shows that using small electrically-charged drones to deliver commercial packages generally consumes less energy per package than delivery trucks. For the paper “Energy use and life cycle greenhouse gas emissions of drones for commercial package delivery,” authors from Lawrence ... Read more » The post Drone Package Delivery Could Cut Emissions, per Scientific Study appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Hospitals’ Water Costs Rise as Use Recedes, Study Shows
    Posted by Jennifer Hermes on February 16, 2018 at 3:17 pm

    Hospital water and sewer use is gradually declining, but that doesn't mean hospitals are saving as much money as they are water: prices are rising, now averaging 42 cents per square foot versus 24 cents as recently as 2007, indicates a new report. The post Hospitals’ Water Costs Rise as Use Recedes, Study Shows appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Kroger ‘Innovation Center’ Aims for Tastier Brands Brewed in LEED Building
    Posted by Jennifer Hermes on February 16, 2018 at 11:45 am

    Kroger announced the opening of a new "culinary innovation center" in downtown Cincinnati. The company broke ground on the 12,000-square-foot LEED-designed facility last march. The center is a state-of-the-art, sustainable test kitchen and education center focused on developing The post Kroger ‘Innovation Center’ Aims for Tastier Brands Brewed in LEED Building appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • United Airlines & O’Hare Invest Big in Zero-Emissions Ground Support with Grant from EPA
    Posted by Jennifer Hermes on February 14, 2018 at 6:56 pm

    United Airlines and the Chicago Department of Aviation will invest a total of $1.43 million to purchase 26 new pieces of zero emissions ground support equipment, replacing older, diesel-fueled equipment at Chicago O'Hare. Grant funding for the project from the EPA's Diesel Emissions Reduction Act - a total of $640,000 - will help O'Hare and United Airlines to save a total of The post United Airlines & O’Hare Invest Big in Zero-Emissions Ground Support with Grant from EPA appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Tax Incentives Slipped into Trump’s Budget Could Zoom Adoption of Carbon Capture
    Posted by Jennifer Hermes on February 14, 2018 at 6:12 pm

    The budget bill signed by President Trump last week includes a significant expansion of tax incentives for carbon capture. The tax credit, known as 45Q, allows for a credit of The post Tax Incentives Slipped into Trump’s Budget Could Zoom Adoption of Carbon Capture appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Product Announcement: Honeywell’s Command & Control Suite Release Brings Data to More Devices
    Posted by Jennifer Hermes on February 14, 2018 at 5:15 pm

    New smart technology from Honeywell brings more user interfaces for building operators and managers to help mitigate operational risk and reduce costs, the company says. The Command and Control Suite release 200 creates The post Product Announcement: Honeywell’s Command & Control Suite Release Brings Data to More Devices appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Carl Smith: The Evolving Battery Recycling Journey
    Posted by Carl Smith on February 12, 2018 at 5:47 pm

    It’s been 25 years since the first efforts to recycle consumer batteries began. During that time, a lot has changed and some things, unfortunately, have not.  While there’s no crystal ball for the future of batteries and recycling, a look at the last 25 years provides an appreciation of the work done and a glimpse into the future marketplace.   The post Carl Smith: The Evolving Battery Recycling Journey appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Permit Approval Process May Take Just Two Years, per Infrastructure Plan
    Posted by Jennifer Hermes on February 12, 2018 at 5:30 pm

    The time it takes to nab environmental permits for infrastructure projects could soon be reduced to less than two years. A draft memo from the White House - which, when finalized, would help implement President Trump’s executive order from August to speed the permitting process - has been sent to more than a dozen federal agencies to approve The post Permit Approval Process May Take Just Two Years, per Infrastructure Plan appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Product Announcement: CamelTrain Produces Safe Water in 60 Seconds
    Posted by Jennifer Hermes on February 12, 2018 at 5:16 pm

    CamelTrain’s new portable, all-membrane water purification system was designed as a global water treatment solution that is ideal for disaster relief, gray water purification, medical and missionary programs, and the military, the company says. Ultra- and nanofiltration membranes produce water free of The post Product Announcement: CamelTrain Produces Safe Water in 60 Seconds appeared first on Environmental Leader. […]

  • Plastic trash is killing coral reefs. Here’s how we can still save our oceans.
    Posted by Douglas Rader on February 9, 2018 at 8:41 pm

    Better fisheries management will strengthen the health of coral reef ecosystems that now – more than ever before – desperately need our help.    &nbs […]

  • Why EPA's suspension of the WOTUS water rule sets such a dangerous precedent
    Posted by David Festa on February 5, 2018 at 8:21 pm

    It’s exactly the kind of arbitrary action Congress feared when it passed a law 72 years ago to prevent federal agencies from undermining core principles of our democracy.    &nbs […]