Alcoa peer-reviewed study looks at the benefits of switching from steel wheels.
Energy project near completion, will power 1,300 homes.
The automotive industry is investing in the development of electric vehicles and hybrids as it moves to meet NAFTA environmental standards that come into effect in 2016.
At least one of the BC government’s three proposed liquefied natural gas plants in Kitimat is to be powered with greenhouse gas-emitting natural gas.
The aft fuselage of Bombardier Aerospace’s new Global 7000 and 8000 business jets will be built at the company’s Mexican plant.
U.S. and Canada propose regulations for GHGs from heavy-duty vehicles
TurboSonic Technologies will be providing particle board manufacturer Uniboard with a third Catalytic Gas Treatment system to reduce volatile organic compounds in a $3.6 million deal.
Turbosonic Technologies Inc. has won a US$1.25 million contract to install its clean air technology at a US cement plant.
There are plenty of lucrative opportunities for Ontario manufacturers to supply clean tech and environmental expertise to Alberta’s oil sands companies.
Alberta companies that produce more than 100,000 tonnes of emissions must achieve a 12% reduction from 2005 levels. If they don’t, they pay into a that the CCEMC uses to finance GHG mitigation projects.
Energy Innovation is opening Toronto’s first biodiesel manufacturing facility within the city’s port lands.
Quality tissue manufacturer Kruger Products LP is cutting its CO2 emissions with an innovative heat recovery technology that is now operational at its Gatineau, Que. mill.
The war on carbon dioxide emissions isn’t going well. Any real prospect for coordinated international action is, post-Copenhagen, dead in the political water.
GUELPH, Ont.: Biorem Inc. has secured an order from China’s largest producer and supplier of oil and petrochemical products for $520,000. The Guelph, Ont. manufacturer of high-efficiency biological-based air emissions control systems says its proprietary technology will be used by…
Erik Johannes (left), vice-president of product engineering, and president and CEO Jeremy Holt holding a component from NxtGen’s syngas diesel particulate filter system, designed for retrofits or installation on new vehicles during assembly. Photo: NxtGen The catalytic converter was introduced…