Browsing the "CO2" Tag

Why Measure CO2 For IAQ And HVAC?

March 24th, 2016 | by Sponsored Content

Scientific studies have demonstrated that monitoring CO2 for HVAC, rather than just for temperature or humidity, can significantly increase energy [&hellip


Climate Change at the Movies

June 5th, 2014 | by Glenn Meyers

This is an interesting study concerning how people are influenced about real or entertaining issues on subject matter such as climate [&hellip


Alarming CO2 Increase

May 2nd, 2014 | by Glenn Meyers

We don’t write that much about CO2 and its impact on the planet but this news report is absolutely alarming. [&hellip


My Story Of Carbon Footprint Calculation

December 15th, 2013 | by Guest Contributor

Originally published on Shrink That Footprint. By Lindsay Wilson. Writing a blog about reducing your carbon footprint is much, much easier than actually cutting your footprint. This post is where the rubber meets the road. It details my carbon footprint&hellip


USF and KAUST Chemists Develop Efficient Material for Carbon Capture

March 6th, 2013 | by pressroom

Chemists at the University of South Florida and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology have discovered a more efficient, less expensive and reusable material for carbon dioxide (CO2) capture and separation. The breakthrough could have implications for a new generation of clean-air technologies and offers new tools for confronting the world's challenges in controlling carbon


Guest Post: Dry Ice Blasting Is An Environmentally Friendly Way to Remove Mold and Fire Damage

February 13th, 2013 | by pressroom

Dry ice blasting is a relatively new cleaning method used to remove mold from walls and other surfaces. It works on the same principles as sand blasting, or blasting with other mediums such as soda or plastic beads that are fired under pressure by a jet of compressed air onto the surface that needs to be cleaned. However, dry ice blasting offers many benefits over these methods and other chemical methods of removing mold and other surface contaminants from substrates


New Low-Cost Material Offers ‘Green’ Carbon-Capture

October 1st, 2012 | by pressroom

Professor Martin Schröder, Dean of the Faculty of Science at The University of Nottingham, led the research. He said: “Our novel material has potential for applications in carbon capture technologies to reduce CO2 emissions and therefore contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere."


Make it Green: What Are the Greenest Choices of Wood for Building?

June 18th, 2012 | by GBE FACTS

"The argument that somehow non-wood construction materials are ultimately better for carbon emissions than wood products is not supported by our research. “Trees removed in an environmentally responsible way allow forests to continue to sequester carbon through new forest growth. Wood products continue to benefit the environment by storing carbon long after the building has been constructed," he added



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