Current | May 2023 | Renewable EnergyRevitalizing a Community With Renewable EnergyLa Granaudière

Current | May 2023 | Renewable Energy

Revitalizing a Community With Renewable Energy

La Granaudière

The La Granaudière renewable energy project is currently underway in the Saint Michel des Saints region of Québec. The project involves constructing and operating a wood pellet plant capable of producing 200,000 metric tonnes of pellets annually, to be sold primarily in Europe. After more than five years of planning, the development broke ground in September of 2019 and is expected to be complete by end of the summer of this year.

Agriculture | Current | May 2023Farming For the Future: New Developments, Facilities and Labor PracticesCLAAS of America

Agriculture | Current | May 2023

Farming For the Future: New Developments, Facilities and Labor Practices

CLAAS of America

In an era marked by changing climates and a rising global population, the world’s food producers need new tools to raise efficiency and output. From its U.S. headquarters in Omaha, Nebraska, CLAAS of America is dedicated to its mission of improving efficiency and reducing losses using over a century of industrial experience. With new machines, new facilities, and new leadership, CLAAS and its North American division offer the latest in farming machinery.

Current | May 2023Electrifying the Way to Lower EmissionsEVs in Resource Operations

Current | May 2023

Electrifying the Way to Lower Emissions

EVs in Resource Operations

Once thought of as something from the future, electric vehicles (EVs) are now here to stay. While rechargeable batteries are nothing new and can be found in everything from smartphones to handheld drills, vast improvements in technology have made rechargeable batteries lighter and smaller, yet with the strength to power mining trucks and other heavy stuff. Batteries that seemingly took forever to charge and with little operating time are yielding to batteries with much shorter charging times, longer-lasting charges, and better lifespans.

2023 | April 2023 | Recycling & Waste ManagementReducing Waste, Expenses, and the Carbon Footprint of Its ClientsPremier Facility Management / Premier Compaction Systems

2023 | April 2023 | Recycling & Waste Management

Reducing Waste, Expenses, and the Carbon Footprint of Its Clients

Premier Facility Management / Premier Compaction Systems

Premier Facility Management (PFM) and sister company Premier Compaction Systems (PCS) offer practical and sustainable waste management and recycling services, solutions, and products. Based in Woodland Park, New Jersey, the Premier firms aim to shrink landfills, improve the environment, and lower costs for clients by reducing their waste transportation and tipping fees.

2023 | April 2023 | Recycling & Waste ManagementEat, (Don’t) Sleep, Recycle: Keeping NYC Clean and GreenClassic Recycling New York Corp.

2023 | April 2023 | Recycling & Waste Management

Eat, (Don’t) Sleep, Recycle: Keeping NYC Clean and Green

Classic Recycling New York Corp.

It’s known as the city that never sleeps, and with countless types of businesses, tourists, residents, restaurants and entertainment, New York City produces a lot of trash at all hours of the day and night. Donna Chiaia helps keep the city she loves clean and green through Classic Recycling New York, her multi-generational family business that she proudly owns and runs with her sister and daughter, and which boasts more than 50 years of experience.

2023 | April 2023 | Renewable EnergyThings Are Heating up For Geothermal EnergyGeosource Energy

2023 | April 2023 | Renewable Energy

Things Are Heating up For Geothermal Energy

Geosource Energy

Geoexchange is how geothermal energy, generated and stored below the Earth’s surface, provides efficient and cost-effective heating, cooling, and hot water to a home or structure. Because the temperature below the surface of the earth remains constant, exchanging heat is more efficient, making geoexchange more sustainable than conventional HVAC, at a fraction of the financial and environmental cost. Known as geothermal heat pumps or ground source heat pumps, these systems use the stable temperature of the ground to store heat energy so it can be pulled back out and distributed into a building using minimal electricity.

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