If Food Waste Was Snow

| I’ve been seeing pictures on social media that friends from the Midwest have posted of snow. They’re shots of snow on the patio furniture, photos of their dogs playing in the snow, and my favorite, grilling steaks out in the snow. The pictures I don’t like are the ones in which someone is holding a ... READ MORE

A Land Grab for Groundwater

| “Whisky is for drinking. Water is for fighting over,” Mark Twain is famously quoted as saying. This statement resonates especially deeply today in the western US where resource scarcity, an ever-expanding population, and a changing climate have made water an increasingly precious commodity. And it appears that by purchasing arable land with access to groundwater, ... READ MORE

Improving Your Electric Game

| I have finally been able to establish my golf handicap index. According to the Southern California Golf Association (SCGA) and the United States Golf Association (USGA), I have a 12.2 index. This is a small milestone for me since I haven’t had an official golf handicap since I was a teenager, which was decades ago. ... READ MORE

The Dead Zones Move Inland

| We’ve often mentioned, online and in the magazine, the dead zones in various places around the world, especially the expanding one in the Gulf of Mexico. Almost always, though, they’ve been in the ocean, or in large freshwater lakes like Lake Erie. A new study shows that algae blooms, hypoxia, and the resulting dead zones—the ... READ MORE

Buried in Sand

| It’s common knowledge that the loss of vegetation can lead to soil erosion; we face the situation all the time in areas disturbed by construction, wildfire, or drought. Something we probably think about less often is the fact that the same thing—sort of—can happen underwater. That’s the case near the tiny village of Shoyna on ... READ MORE

Doosan Infracore North America opens 100,000-square-foot parts distribution center in Georgia

| (SUWANEE, Ga. – December 11, 2018) Doosan Infracore North America, LLC, a leading manufacturer of heavy construction equipment, is proud to announce it is opening a new 100,000-square-foot parts distribution center, serving its dealers and Doosan customers in the United States and Canada. Strategically located, the new parts distribution center allows Doosan Infracore North America to ... READ MORE

CM Labs – Conewago Enterprises – Success with Vortex Simulators

| Conewago Enterprises is one of the mid-Atlantic’s leading design-build general contractors. A family-run construction company founded in 1956, it has grown to over 300 professionals, with projects including a 150,000 square foot manufacturing facility for Schindler Elevator and the $45 million Wyndham/Courtyard Hotel and Conference Center in Gettysburg. With a Vortex simulator, Conewago Enterprises were ... READ MORE

TechTalk: On-Cab Dozer Machine Control

| CASE now offers on-cab dozer machine control, which eliminates the need for masts affixed to the dozer blade, improving operator visibility to the work site, minimizing opportunity for damage and related downtime, and simplifying transportation of the machine. For more on the entire of CASE precision construction solutions, visit: https://www.casece.com/northamerica/ ... READ MORE

TOMRA SORTING RECYCLING INTRODUCES AUTOSORT COLOR FOR SEPARATING GLASS FROM MSW

| New technology recovers more glass for recycling, achieving purity rates greater than 95% TOMRA Sorting Recycling introduces AUTOSORT COLOR, a new machine which works in combination with AUTOSORT LASER to separate glass from municipal solid waste (MSW) with unprecedented effectiveness. Even though it is common to collect glass waste separately, a significant amount of recoverable ... READ MORE

The New Excavator Hi-Production Multi-Ripper ® From Leading Edge Attachments, Inc.

| Leading Edge Attachments, Inc.’s ® award winning excavator Multi-Ripper® is the most powerful and productive ripper in the world, however, the new Hi-Production Multi-Ripper takes the design one step further. Operators have testified that this unique patented ripper design can replace a hydraulic hammer for breaking through rock, frozen ground, and coral up to 4 ... READ MORE

John Deere Upgrades Compact Wheel Loader Line With New 244L and 324L Models

| Moline, Ill. (Dec. 11, 2018) — Offering operators increased productivity and significantly faster travel speeds, John Deere redesigned its K-Series compact wheel loader models with the introduction of the 244L and 324L compact wheel loaders. Ideal for landscape/snow removal, ag material handling and construction tasks, the new models round out the full line of L-Series ... READ MORE

GENERATORS, SMALL AIR COMPRESSORS ADDED TO DOOSAN CERTIFIED REMANUFACTURING PROGRAM

| STATESVILLE, N.C. – Doosan Portable Power is growing its successful Certified Remanufacturing Program by adding select generator models and lower cfm air compressor models to the range of eligible machines. Initially available for air compressors originally manufactured by Doosan or Ingersoll Rand rated 750 cfm or above, the program has been expanded to include lower ... READ MORE

Peterson is Named an Approved Lighting Vendor for Vipar Heavy Duty Network

| Agreement takes effect November 1, 2018 GRANDVIEW, MO (November 2018) — Peterson Manufacturing is very pleased to report that as of November 1, 2018, the company became an approved lighting vendor for Vipar HD, the largest heavy-duty truck parts buying group in North America. With a distributor group of over 250 members across the United States, ... READ MORE

Talbert Manufacturing Offers Versatile 60CC/55SA-LD Trailer

| RENSSELAER, Ind. (Dec. 6, 2018) — Talbert Manufacturing, a North American leader in specialized heavy-haul solutions, offers the 60CC/55SA-LD trailer for optimum versatility. The trailer pairs with Talbert’s optional East Coast-style E1Nitro™ axle extension, allowing for 60-ton capacity with a close-coupled configuration or a 55-ton hauling capacity with a spread axle configuration. This innovative Talbert ... READ MORE

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