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Dec 09

3 Ways Industrial Plants and Manufacturers are Going Green

For a long time, big factories, plants and manufacturers were some of the biggest contributors of environmental pollution in the world. This remains true to a certain extent today. However, now most manufacturers and factory owners showcase a desire to go green. There are several reasons for this. For starters, a company that doesn’t care …

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Jan 31

Top 3 Green Technologies to Watch in 2016

3-D Printed Products        Figure 1 Credit Creative Tools   So what does 3-D printing have to do with green living? Well, the revolutionary potential of 3-D printing technology within almost all areas of clean energy and environmental innovation is more significant than most imagine. We already use 3-D printing to produce jewellery, clothing, …

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Apr 27

Green Business Trends: The Changing Face of Corporations

As rainstorms get more intense and the heat amps up in the tropics, you may be increasingly worried about climate change and what you can do to stop it. Environmental activists across the world are trying to change the way we live our lives and are encouraging people and politicians to bring about a revolution. …

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Apr 03

Best Ways to Recycle Your Old Technology

Recycling your old tech is crucial in this day and age. If your old computer parts end up in a landfill site, the ‘heavy metals’ that the components are constructed from are toxic and contain carcinogenic chemicals which are harmless when you’re using them, but dangerous in a landfill. Depending on where you live, there …

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Sep 20

Guest Post: No More Green Apple Computers

News of Apple’s decision to no longer comply with Electronic Product Environmental Assessment Tool (EPEAT) standards has jarred the environmentally conscious population. EPEAT is a non-profit group that focuses on making electronics more sustainable. The group is considered the number one environmental rating system for electronic devices in the world. The U.S. Government requires 95 …

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