Water Utility to Save $200K per Year by Turning Human Waste to Energy

October 20, 2010 by  
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The first biogas plant in the United States to be powered by human sewage is up and running today, and will save the city of San Antonio $200,000 a year in water treatment and energy costs.

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5 Crazy But Clever Places to Put Data Centers

March 15, 2010 by  
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Photo of data center in limestone cave, via Computerworld Data centers suck up a lot of energy , so it pays to put servers in places that can keep them cool and running efficiently.

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One High School Student’s Big Idea to Harness Wasted Energy

December 2, 2009 by  
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Image credit: Good Countless people spend an hours in the gym every week. While there, they do a lot of rowing, spinning, and running

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The Solar Powered Plane – It Lives!

November 24, 2009 by  
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Mad scientists don’t usually hang around in Switzerland, tinkering around with their crazy ideas and running after them down the asphalt. Thankfully Bertrand Piccard, who flew the Breitling Orbiter hot air balloon around the world in 1999, isn’t mad.  In fact, this idea may just fly.

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Cyber Monday ECO-Sale at Nimli – $1 Silk Scarves

November 24, 2009 by  
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Cyber Monday is the new big thing in retail bargain shopping and a day you don’t want to miss.  In participation with this post-Black-Friday event, Nimli is practically giving away silk scarves just to earn you as a new customer.  Don’t worry, just because they’re only $1 doesn’t mean they are unethical.  The scarves are actually Fair Trade and made with genuine silk…but Nimli is eating the cost of them in an attempt to win you over as a new eco-customer.  Who can pass a deal like that up? Visit Nimli on Monday, November 30th to snatch up your $1 scarves and any other eco-holiday gifts you happen to fall in love with. SNEAK PEAK at Nimli SCARVES About the Author Katherine is owner/designer for Green Diva, an ethical jewelry boutique offering eco-conscious bridal jewelry and fashion jewelry using recycled metals, Fair Trade gems and pearls and organic elements

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e-Motive Launches Range of Affordable Electric Scooters

November 9, 2009 by  
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H2Go Fuel Cell Car Makes Great Eco Christmas Gift for Kids (and Dad)

November 9, 2009 by  
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OK, I know this isn’t strictly the type of car that you’re used to hearing about on Gas 2.0. For starters, you can’t even drive it

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