New Webinar: ISO 50001:2011 – Energy Management Systems

June 18, 2012 by  
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SGS invites you to attend the webinar “ISO 50001:2011– Energy Management Systems – Requirements and Benefits”.

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How it works: Heat activated fan

August 6, 2011 by  
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Dipika Sharma: Heat Activated Fans These fans just need to be placed above a stove and you can enjoy warm breeze. What is it: When it comes to making new inventions, human beings have always been able to go beyond the imaginary. How unbelievable would it be if natural gas or stove could be used to run a fan? Sounds a bit weird but this is the reality, thanks to Garrett Wade. The world is desperately looking for alternatives to their needs so that they do not harm the environment and thus provide some ease to the ailing earth. This invention is surely a step towards an eco friendly technology. It is surely the right invention at the right time when the whole world is seeking electricity saving alternatives. Technology used: This heat activated fan comprises of a thermoelectric motor which needs heat for the propulsion of its petals. It just needs to be placed above a heater or natural stove; the heat generated from them will propel the fan blades and provide warm wind. So, all you need to do is to place it above your stove and enjoy warm breeze that too without getting worked up thinking of the electricity bill. By using the heat activated fan, the stove too can be utilized effectively and electricity can be saved. How does it work: Since these fans do not run on electricity, it is totally cordless and can be placed anywhere. The price range of these fans is from $139 to $179 and these are available in number of sizes so that the user can pick up according to his/her requirements. This fan will probably be very famous especially in the cold regions as they give out warm air serving the purpose of a room heater. The best part about these heat activated fans will be that you can carry them anywhere as they do not require any electricity source or batteries. Consumers can hugely benefit from these heat activated fans firstly because of its efficiency and secondly because it will also reduce the energy consumption of the house, thus reducing the overall electricity bill. This fan has a steel louvered body and has great looks that will surely leave you awestruck. Though these fans are a little highly priced but the incentives are surely lucrative enough to attract people’s attention.

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Ecofabulous’ prefabricated home believes small is green

July 1, 2011 by  
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Rashmi S: MODERN LIVING Showhouse MODERN LIVING Showhouse by ecofabulous If you are an eco lover and love everything green, this modern style abode might just fit your requirements perfectly. It is just what every EcoFriend’s lovers’ dreams are made of.

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Walmart Is Crushing Its Ambitious Global-Responsibility Goals

April 19, 2011 by  
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From our friends at Fast Company , “bridging the fuzzy border between design and business.” Walmart, that bastion of cheap food, clothing, and everything in between, has corporate-responsibility goals that put every other big box retailer to shame . When Walmart asks its 60,000 suppliers to shape up, the world listens; a demanding packaging goal will have companies the world over scrambling to fit the requirements (for both Walmart and the inevitable copycat retailers that jack up their requirements late…

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Simax Materials Solutions debuts solar-powered lamps

October 13, 2010 by  
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Eco Factor: Eco-friendly lamps powered by solar energy. Simax Materials Solutions has announced the development of the first locally designers solar lamps in Singapore. The new range of indoor and outdoor lamps has been designed as an alternative to conventional decorative and ambience lighting systems

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New Water Reporting Requirements Have California Farmers On Edge

June 18, 2010 by  
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Photo via benketero California is simultaneously in a water crunch and one of the nation’s most important food sources. California is the world’s fifth largest supplier of food and agriculture commodities, and in 2007, California exported more agricultural products by air than 23 other states did by all modes of transport

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