Month: March 2017

Wood fibers make for cheap, portable water filtration

Wood fibers make for cheap, portable water filtration

The electricity-free system could be used in refugee camps. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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How to win-win when cutting environmental regulations and building walls

How to win-win when cutting environmental regulations and building walls

The art of “umdenken” – German for rethinking the problem This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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Anatomy of underground cable locator

Anatomy of underground cable locator

Considering in its advancement, the cable locator has actually usually included 2 parts– a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter puts an electrical signal onto the cable or pipeline being traced, while the receiver gets that signal, enabling the locator operator to trace the signal’s course and follow the cable map through the ground.   The electro-magnetic field developed by the transmitter can generally be set to a particular frequency, depending upon the kind of conductor in the cable. Frequency options can vary from less than 1 kilohertz to about 480 kHz. With this series of frequencies, it is necessary…

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Simulator predicts how a tsunami will behave before it hits

Simulator predicts how a tsunami will behave before it hits

The system only takes 10 minutes to make the prediction giving governments and rescue teams time to prepare. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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Reusable sponge material can collect oil from both the surface and depths of seawater

Reusable sponge material can collect oil from both the surface and depths of seawater

This revolutionary new material can be wrung out allowing the oil and the sponge to be used again. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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Plants could be supercharged to absorb more carbon dioxide

Plants could be supercharged to absorb more carbon dioxide

New technology could make plants our best defense against climate change. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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Gardens make "bad hombres" into good neighbors

Gardens make "bad hombres" into good neighbors

All this talk of “bad hombres” got you down? Here’s an antidote. This post comes from the RSS feed of Treehugger, you can find more here!

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