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Clean Air Act, one of the driving forces behind energy efficiency in the US industry

Clean Air Act, one of the driving forces behind energy efficiency in the US industry

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by Nathalie Mettling | 10.27.11

In the current context of climate change in the United States, all eyes are set on the Environment Protection Agency (EPA) and especially on the next changes that will be made to the Clean Air Act, which is turning 40 this year. Several significant air quality programs are currently being implemented in the United States. They are offering a wide range of opportunities to specialized firms, particularly to those that have expertise in metrology and atmospheric modeling.

With Apilab, the bee becomes an environmental monitoring agent

With Apilab, the bee becomes an environmental monitoring agent

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par Baptiste Roux Dit Riche | Cleantech Republic | 10.14.11

With a doctorate in biochemistry, Benjamin Poirot founded in 2007 the Rochelle consulting firm Apinov. Under the brand Apilab, this lover of bees offers customers a method of environmental monitoring by bees.

Ethera measures interior air chemical pollutants thanks to nanoporous collectors

Ethera measures interior air chemical pollutants thanks to nanoporous collectors

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par Elsa Sidawy | InnovCity.com | 07.21.11

Formaldehyde, benzene, nitrogen dioxide, phthalates… What all these substances, which are potentially harmful to health, have in common is they can be found in our homes, at sometimes alarming levels. The firm Ethera is developing tools to detect these pollutants almost in real time, with an innovative technology that makes laboratories’ long and expensive samplings and analyses obsolete.


Oakland residents will measure pollution rates with their mobiles

Oakland residents will measure pollution rates with their mobiles

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The Bay Citizen | 07.15.11 | Quick read

Intel and a californian association have partnered to develop sensors for mobile phones capable of measuring particulate pollutants emitted by cars and industries.

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Open data is certainly the next innovation field for self-service citizen applications and it will create transparency and responsibility.

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