Buffer The Shanghai Tower will serve as a mammoth 125-floor rainwater harvesting structure. The breathtaking outside shell borrows the best designs from nature, collecting rain to purify and replenish 675,000,000 liters of water each year. Combining stores, offices and apartments, the building will serve as an icon for water resource management in China, as the [...]
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Buffer The Artemis Project, our parent firm, is hosting a webinar tomorrow that will gather an diverse group of experts to explore the challenges, solutions and investment opportunities surrounding efficient water management in energy exploration. Register now The webinar will occur tomorrow, July 16 from 11:00am EST to 12:30pm. The webinar will be divided into two [...]
BufferEditor’s note: The energy exploration industry is the first to demand advanced water technology for economic reasons: water efficiency during hydraulic fracturing means cost savings. Advances in on-site water treatment for energy exploration will drive down costs for the technology to a point where it can be implemented in break-even or non-profitable situations, like personal housing [...]
Buffer There’s an increasing concensus that natural gas will be America’s half-way house as we kick our fossil fuel habit. The difficulties lie in managing water use while extracting the transitional fuel. Because of the near surety of a long-term natural gas industry, technologies devoted to treating produced water form one of the few sectors [...]
Seven weeks after the explosion on the Deepwater oil platform, oil slicks have inundated the shores of mainland United States. Traditional oil recovery methods have proved inept.
Ecosphere Technologies signed a letter-of-intent with Mid-Gulf Recovery Services, LLC to deploy Ecosphere’s Ozonix technology to clean up the “Gulf’s marshes and inland waterways,” according to Glen Smith, CEO of Mid-Gulf Recovery Services.
BufferWhen the Massey coal mine exploded last month, other mines continued to produce. When an oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico exploded last week, other platforms kept pumping. The natural gas industry has weathered its own tragedies, as it will in the future. Until renewable and sustainable energy sources enter mass production, citizens in [...]
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