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Environment

News
August 21, 2016  

MAC backs review of federal environmental assessment processes

Ottawa – The Government of Canada announced the members of

Feature
August 20, 2016  

Innovation could lead to cuts in chemical manufacturing energy use and emissions

Irving, Texas – Scientists from ExxonMobil and the Georgia

News
August 5, 2016  

Contravention of PCB Regulations lands Hamilton-based warehouse stiff penalty

Hamilton, Ont. – A Hamilton-based warehouse, numbered company 1526806

News
July 28, 2016  

Projects focus on novel bioproducts and disruptive technologies that use Alberta biomass

Edmonton – Alberta Innovates Bio Solutions (AI Bio) has

News
July 28, 2016  

Megatrends that will influence Ontario’s infrastructure spend: report

Toronto – The Wynne government has pledged $130 billion

News
July 27, 2016  

Canada positioned as a leader in North American accord on climate: CAPP

Canada is a world leader in innovation and technology

News
July 20, 2016  

Which country owns bragging rights on energy efficiency?

The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) has

News
June 15, 2016  

Ontario releases new Climate Change Action Plan

Ontario is continuing to lead in the growth of

News
June 7, 2016  

Domtar Begins Construction of the infrastructure for the installation of its second generating unit

Windsor, Quebec – Domtar is proud to announce an

News
May 27, 2016  

Ontario investing up to $100M in renewable natural gas

Ontario is leading the fight against climate change by

News
May 25, 2016  

Cascades recognized for its Leadership in Energy Efficiency

Kingsey Falls, QC – Cascades’ leadership in energy efficiency

News
May 9, 2016  

Suncor Energy provides RMWB operations update

Calgary – Suncor provides the following update regarding the

News
May 9, 2016  

Mining Association of Canada Contributes to Fort McMurray Relief

Ottawa – The Mining Association of Canada (MAC), representing

News
April 29, 2016  

Canada’s oil industry to endure losses for second consecutive year in 2016

Ottawa – Canada’s oil and natural gas extraction industries

News
April 29, 2016  

Ontario is top performer on environment report card

Ottawa – Lower air pollution and higher shares of

News
April 27, 2016  

Ship & Shore Environmental expands alliance with Webconvert in Canada

Long Beach, CA – Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc.,

News
April 14, 2016  

Mining industry supports carbon price to address climate change

The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) and its members,

News
April 4, 2016  

Utility helps Campbell Company develop on-site co-generation plant

Toronto Hydro and Campbell Company of Canada have unveiled

News
February 24, 2016  

Mining sector woes continue to limit economic growth in territories in 2016

Ottawa – Declining metal and mineral prices, rising global

Feature
February 19, 2016  

PTDA Foundation accepting nominations for 2016 Wendy B. McDonald Award

Chicago, Ill. – The PTDA Foundation’s Wendy B. McDonald

News
January 26, 2016  

ExxonMobil’s energy outlook projects energy demand increase and decline in carbon intensity

Irving, Texas – Global energy demand will increase 25

Feature
July 6, 2015  

Warning to workers: pay attention to the humidity this summer

Hamilton, ON – When the thermometer reads 24°C but

Feature
February 1, 2012  

Gearing That’s Green

Manufacturers who want to compete globally have to go ‘green.’ Why? Because being environmentally friendly with highly-efficient, reliable and durable gearing and components means higher productivity, energy savings, less downtime…

Feature
December 1, 2011  

Wind turbine gearbox lubrication requires special consideration

Industrial gearboxes are highly engineered machines. Many components in gear drives have tight tolerance limits and an optimized gear geometry. It stands to reason that such equipment needs special care. The successful operation and longevity…

Feature
February 1, 2011  

Absorbent promotes protection of the environment

Enviro-Dri absorbent from Can-Ross comprises highly absorbent, wood-fibre granules coated with a fire-resistant material to comply with regulations related to the transportation of dangerous goods and landfill leachate requirements. Completely…

Feature
June 1, 2010  

Everywhere Man

As a sought-after expert in the arcane field of chemical delivery systems, Marc Lafrenire could easily write a new version of the 1959 Geoff Mack hit “I’ve Been Everywhere,” a song popularized by Joh…

Feature
November 1, 2007  

Report Finds Toxic Heavy Metals Can Be in Laundered Rental Shop Towels

Roswell, GA — Something as common as a rental shop towel can raise a health and safety issue for workers, according to an independent study.

Feature
April 1, 2007  

SKF’s Focus Turns to Energy Savings

Making it all the way to 100 is a rare occurrence for both individuals and companies, yet SKF has done just that this year. Its longevity is partly because the one-time bearing manufacturer has widely…