Tag: renewable resource

A renewable resource is an organic natural resource which can replenish to overcome usage and consumption, either through biological reproduction or other naturally recurring processes. Renewable resources are a part of Earth’s natural environment and the largest components of its ecosphere. A positive life cycle assessment is a key indicator of a resource’s sustainability.

Project Profile: Wastewater Heat Recovery

Project Profile: Wastewater Heat Recovery

The town of Sechelt, British Columbia, Canada, had a problem. For decades, the town had ejected all of its residents’ untreated sewage directly into the waters of the Sechelt Inlet. In addition to clashing with the Sunshine Coast’s general eco-friendly culture (Sechelt is just two hours from Vancouver, British Columbia,

Annual Revenue from Smart Waste Technology Will Reach $6.5 Billion by 2023

The volume of waste generated by the world’s cities is growing in parallel with the world’s population and the pace of economic progress in developing countries.  Emerging smart technologies offer the opportunity to enhance the collection of municipal solid waste (MSW), generate renewable energy, and optimize the environmental performance of

A Secure Solution

A Secure Solution

The year of 2013 may well see a landslide of market gains for distributed energy in facility settings. Why? The reasons are numerous, and moreover, compelling. But if we were to examine just one-efficiency-the benefits would prove irresistible. But why not consider security, technology breakthroughs, price drops on generation hardware,

HVAC Retrofit Biggest Losers

Lending in disarray, an economy in recession, natural gas rates in a free-fall-obviously 2009 was not the year for buying energy-efficient retrofits for onsite power, HVAC or spending much on anything else. Actually, although that situation was certainly true at first, the market for things energy conservation related began


For going on two years now we’ve been slammed around by a series of economic setbacks and collisions resulting in decreased revenues. Not only are waste flows down, but diminished offshore demand for materials with no domestic markets has thrown a huge monkey wrench into recycling’s punchbowl.

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