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Grilling Hamburgers Creates Big Pollution Problem
2012-09-24 10:09:40

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online If you needed another reason to steer clear of hamburgers for lunch, a group of scientists has concluded that America´s favorite sandwich cannot only be bad for the waist line, it can also be bad for our environment. Though it may not be shocking for anyone who has ever wondered about the impact of those billowing plumes pouring from the local burger shack, these scientists from the University of California in Riverside...

2012-09-05 23:01:01

Cleaire Advanced Emission Controls® announces the opening of their Heavy-Duty Chassis Dynamometer Emissions Laboratory for outside contract services. San Diego, California (PRWEB) September 04, 2012 Cleaire Advanced Emission Controls® announced the opening of their Heavy-Duty Chassis Dynamometer Emissions Laboratory for outside contract services. Cleaire Advanced Technology Testing Services, “CATTS,” is located in Richmond, California on the campus of the Chevron...

Noxicat Reduces Diesel Engine Emissions
2012-08-20 07:48:09

redOrbit Staff & Wire Reports - Your Universe Online A new catalyst, developed by US researchers and marketed by a California-based clean technology company, can reportedly reduce greenhouse gases produced by diesel-powered vehicles by as much as 45%. According to Indo-Asian News Service (IANS) reports, University of Texas, Dallas materials science and engineering professor Kyeongjae "KJ" Cho and colleagues claim that they have identified an oxide that could reduce pollution levels...

2012-07-31 23:01:48

Mercedes-Benz and its BlueTEC technology are leading the way into the future for diesel engines throughout the world. With engines that produce superior fuel efficiency while producing up to 30% lower greenhouse-gas emissions than a similar gasoline-powered engine, the diesel powered BlueTEC engines from Mercedes-Benz are continuing their expansion into markets everywhere. Prestige Motors, Inc. is proud to offer its customers a great line of BlueTEC vehicles to help lead the way into the...

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