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PTP Aluminum Foil Market 2020 Competitors Lotte Aluminium, Zhejiang tiancheng Medical Packing, Toyo Aluminium, Loften Environmental Technology

ptp aluminum foil market 2020 competitors lotte aluminium, zhejiang tiancheng medical packing, toyo aluminium, loften environmental technology

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Comprehensive Report on Aluminum Rolling (Aluminum Sheets, Strips And Foils) Market 2020 | Size, Growth, Demand, Opportunities & Forecast To 2026 | UACJ, ALCOA, Jiangsu ALCHA Aluminium Co., Ltd. (002160), China Zhongwang Holdings Limited(01333.HK)

comprehensive report on aluminum rolling (aluminum sheets, strips and foils) market 2020 | size, growth, demand, opportunities & forecast to 2026 | uacj, alcoa, jiangsu alcha aluminium co., ltd. (002160), china zhongwang holdings limited(01333.hk)

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“Aluminum Rolling (Aluminum Sheets, Strips And Foils) Market is growing at a High CAGR during the forecast period 2020-2026. The increasing interest of the individuals in this industry is that the major reason for the expansion of this market”.
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Top Key Players Profiled in this report are: 
UACJ, ALCOA, Jiangsu ALCHA Aluminium Co., Ltd. (002160), China Zhongwang Holdings Limited(01333.HK), Jiangsu …

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Environmental Division yet to make call on wastewater permit

environmental division yet to make call on wastewater permit

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JULIETTE, Ga. — The Georgia Environmental Protection Division has yet to make a decision that will impact thousands of Georgians, one week after a local hearing. On October 21, the EPD held a meeting to hear what residents thought of allowing Georgia Power to obtain a wastewater permit that would effectively put more coal ash into Berry Creek. The water from Berry Creek flows into the Ocmulgee and Altamaha rivers, where cities like Macon get their drinking water.

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Environmental Groups Sue EPA Over Failure To Reduce Air Pollution From Industrial Flaring | Houston Public Media

environmental groups sue epa over failure to reduce air pollution from industrial flaring | houston public media

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A coalition of environmental groups, including several Texas-based organizations, has sued the EPA over what they say is a failure to update industrial flaring standards.
Flaring is used as a pollution control technique to burn off and destroy excess gases. But the lawsuit states that it has been decades since the EPA updated pollution control standards for flaring at industrial facilities, including petrochemical plants, gasoline terminals, solid waste landfills and natural gas processing facilities.
This in turn has led to emissions being higher than what is currently estimated or reported by plant operators, the suit alleges.
“Unfortunately, many industrial facilities around the United States are still using technology from the 80s to burn off this pollution,” said Luke Metzger, the executive director with Environment Texas, which is part of the lawsuit. “And what we found is that those older kind of flaring technologies aren’t destroying the pollution as they’re supposed to, or as you know, industry claims they will.”
The lawsuit states that though the current standards assume 98% of organic pollutants will be destroyed in the flare, subsequent research has found that percentage is actually closer to 90% or lower.
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FleetCor and GreenPrint Partner for Carbon Offset Fleet Card

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Photograph: ShutterstockATLANTA — FleetCor, a global business payments firm, and GreenPrint, an environmental technology company, are launching the Fuelman Clean Advantage Fleet Card, the first U.S. card that automatically offsets 100% of tailpipe emissions from every gallon of fuel purchased.The new Fuelman Clean Advantage Fleet Card’s fundamental feature is automatic carbon offsetting on every gallon purchased. Whenever a cardholder fills their tank, FleetCor and GreenPrint offset emissions through investments in independently certified carbon projects. Additionally, the Clean Advantage program and the Arbor Day Foundation will support the planting of 10,000 trees.“By working with business owners on this initiative, FleetCor will play a role in combating climate change, while also helping small and medium-sized businesses reach environmentally-conscious customers,” said Keagan Russo, senior vice president of Fuelman. “We’re seeing more businesses start to build and implement better sustainability practices, and this launch with GreenPrint further emphasizes FleetCor’s efforts to do our part.”

The new Fuelman Clean Advantage Card offers a suite of core fuel card features including customizable card controls and alerts, online account management, fuel and tax reporting and around-the-clock roadside assistance. Cardholders will also have access to annual independently audited carbon offset reporting and related sustainability marketing …

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OPINION: Hyperloop and ‘swarming’ AVs – what the next decade could hold for transportation | Traffic Technology Today

opinion: hyperloop and ‘swarming’ avs – what the next decade could hold for transportation | traffic technology today

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Colin Lew, head of technology, Intelematics, one of Australia’s leading mobility data and technology companies, give his opinion on some of the radical shifts we could see in transportation in the next decade, both on existing roads and through completely new modes.
The Jetsons introduced the flying car concept back in the 1960s, when every morning, George Jetson would get into his car, fly to work and then shrink it to the size of a briefcase. Then in 1989, Back to the Future Part 2 recaptured our fascination with flying cars, giving us hope that they would be on our roads by 2015.
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While the evolution of the flying car hasn’t quite panned out as Back to the Future suggested, recent updates from Japan about Sky Drive Inc’s successful testing of a manned flying car gives us hope for an exciting future. The future of transport has always captured our imaginations, and humans have forever been fascinated with ‘what’s next’ in helping us get around.
And let me tell you, despite flying …

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Newtrient Granted CIG Funding by the USDA’s NRCS to Evaluate 15 Technology Systems and Practices Across the Country

newtrient granted cig funding by the usda’s nrcs to evaluate 15 technology systems and practices across the country

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The information below has been supplied by dairy marketers and other industry organizations. It has not been edited, verified or endorsed by Hoard’s Dairyman. The USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service today announced funding to Newtrient through the Conservation Innovation Grant (CIG) program to evaluate fifteen technologies and practices across the country over the next three years.One of the biggest barriers for farmers to adopt on‐farm technologies and practices is access totechnical resources and expertise to incentivize sustainable projects and investments. This project will help stimulate interest and adoption by evaluating how select technologies and practices efficiently use manure to improve water quality and develop market-ready products. “We are excited that NRCS has funded Newtrient through the Conservation Innovation Grant and are eager to provide our farmer members with this important information needed to implement new technologies that can help reduce the environmental footprint of dairy,” said David Darr, Senior Vice President, Chief Strategy & Sustainability Officer at Dairy Farmers of America.Through key partnerships with land‐grant universities, technology providers, dairy farmers with grant fund-matching from A&L Great Lakes, and Dairy Management Inc., Newtrient’s goal is to evaluate fifteen technologies and practices for impact on …

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Anchor Packaging’s Crisp Food Technologies Wins AmeriStar Packaging Award – CStore Decisions

anchor packaging’s crisp food technologies wins ameristar packaging award – cstore decisions

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Anchor Packaging is a three-time winner of the AmeriStar award and has won in both of its previous appearances in WorldStar events.By CSD Staff | October 30, 2020 Anchor Packaging‘s Crisp Food Technologies containers won the coveted AmeriStar Packaging Award by providing the only solution to keep fried foods hot and crisp for delivery, takeout and curbside pickup.
As more consumers opt for these off-premise methods versus dine-in, operators face significant challenges. Chief among these is how to offer the food consumers desire most while protecting temperature, texture and taste during transit and holding times. Crisp Food Technologies’ unique, patented design elements utilize cross-flow convection science to scavenge excess humidity while maintaining high internal food temperatures.
The AmeriStar Package Award, one of the packaging industry’s most prestigious design award programs, is judged by the Institute of Packaging Professionals (IoPP). A roster of 15 judges from various packaging industry segments evaluated this year’s entries, examining innovation, product protection, economics, performance, marketing, and environmental impact. The winner of AmeriStar, Crisp Food Technologies, will represent the U.S. in the upcoming WorldStar competition. Anchor Packaging is a three-time winner of the AmeriStar award and has won in both of its previous appearances in …

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WIPP: Shipments to increase from Los Alamos after indoor facility completed

wipp: shipments to increase from los alamos after indoor facility completed

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An indoor facility for preparing nuclear waste shipments at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) could mean more loads of nuclear waste could be sent year-round to the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant near Carlsbad.  The first shipments of nuclear waste from the facility at LANL were sent to the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant near Carlsbad after efforts were completed by the federal government to ready the site for the preparation and characterization of waste.On Oct. 22, the U.S. Department of Energy announced two shipments of transuranic (TRU) waste were shipped from the Radioassay and Nondestructive Testing (RANT) facility at Los Alamos to the repository where they will be disposed of and buried about 2,000 feet beneath the surface in WIPP’s underground salt deposit.The RANT facility is operated by the National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) and contractor Triad and provides space for DOE crews to load 10-drum overpacks, other drums and boxes of TRU waste into shipping containers.Support local journalism. Subscribe to the Carlsbad Current-Argus.Workers confirm the containers meet the WIPP waste acceptance criteria as required by the State of New Mexico (NMED) and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), before shipment to WIPP.Before the RANT facility …

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