A Boost For Safe And Efficient Water Reuse

Amidst growing water scarcity and concern about the future availability and quality of water, a new GE consumer survey indicates that Americans strongly support reusing water to help the US drive economic competitiveness and protect the environment. Despite the ‘ick factor’ often associated with recycled water, two thirds of Americans (66 per cent) feel positive… Continue reading A Boost For Safe And Efficient Water Reuse

Energy Efficient Technology Needs More Funding & Investment

A recent scientific study found that efficient end-use technologies are most likely to provide higher returns – and yet, when it comes to funding, they tend to get ignored. Currently, innovation efforts dwell on developing energy supply technologies, such as new power stations, instead of improving the manner by which energy is used. According to… Continue reading Energy Efficient Technology Needs More Funding & Investment

LED Holiday Lights vs Traditional, Incadescent Holiday Lights

‘Tis the season and if you must do the obnoxious and wasteful decorating (my opinion), here is a breakdown of new LED lights vs traditional (incandescent) lights for you. To compare, let’s say we use 500 bulbs (167 ft) to decorate a house, and we leave the lights on for 224 hours (28 days X… Continue reading LED Holiday Lights vs Traditional, Incadescent Holiday Lights