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2009-10-16 10:26:00

Funds to Help Retrofit 33 Waste Hauling Vehicles in Pittsburgh PITTSBURGH, Oct.

2009-09-21 13:31:00

SUNNYVALE, Calif., Sept. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- Akros Silicon Inc., a leader in intelligent energy management ICs, will be presenting at Darnell's Digital Power Forum (DPF '09) being held from Sept. 21-23, 2009, in Santa Ana, California.

2009-05-14 17:49:00

Sabertec, Producers of Blade Join Keep Austin Beautiful, Brake Specialists and Flow Nonfiction to Launch Drive the Change Austin AUSTIN, Texas, May 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Today marks the launch of Drive the Change Austin, a movement created by Austin-based clean tech company, Sabertec, makers of Blade, to clean our air, lower our carbon footprint and improve our fuel efficiency while raising money for the greening of Austin public schools.

2009-05-12 12:13:00

LONDON, May 12 /PRNewswire/ -- For over three years, a growing number of trucks operating in Europe have been using SCR to clean their exhausts of damaging NOx, rapidly escalating the demand for AdBlue.

2009-05-07 15:58:00

VANCOUVER, May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- NxtGen Emission Controls Inc. and Sud-Chemie today announced a lower cost, high-efficiency diesel particulate filter (DPF) optimized for low-temperature regeneration that is attainable by using the proprietary technologies of both companies.

2009-05-05 16:08:00

MONTERREY, Mexico, May 5 /PRNewswire/ -- Bienes Turgon, S.A., a holding company based in Monterrey, Mexico with presence in the automotive industry, through Katcon in Mexico and Venezuela, announces that, in accordance with the proposed schedule, it has successfully closed the first stage of the acquisition of Delphi's global business of catalytic converters and exhaust systems.


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