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Conversion of Carbon Dioxide and Methane Emissions

Whether we believe it or not, our climate is changing. Hurricane Harvey, the fires in British Columbia, earthquakes in Mexico. Each year setting another record for the wrong reasons. Evidence points to recent human activity as causing the next hidden global threat: anthropogenic climate change. One facet of this is air emissions. What can we do to help reverse the trend we've set? Many things. One is technological. ...more »

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Conversion of Carbon Dioxide and Methane Emissions

Whether we believe it or not, our climate is changing. Hurricane Harvey, the fires in British Columbia, earthquakes in Mexico. Each year setting another record for the wrong reasons. Evidence points to recent human activity as causing the next hidden global threat: anthropogenic climate change. One facet of this is air emissions. What can we do to help reverse the trend we've set? Many things. One is technological. ...more »

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OdaTrail: Paths made from recycled plastic

OdaTrail: Paths made from recycled plastic Currently, plastic is found in everyday life in the form of packaging, bags, hoses, protectors, household objects, etc. Since the Industrial Revolution, plastic has become a highly commercial material due to its versatility and low cost. Today we can find it in any economic sector and in different presentations, which, at the end of their useful lives, end up in landfills, ...more »

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OdaTrail: Paths made from recycled plastic

OdaTrail: Paths made from recycled plastic Currently, plastic is found in everyday life in the form of packaging, bags, hoses, protectors, household objects, etc. Since the Industrial Revolution, plastic has become a highly commercial material due to its versatility and low cost. Today we can find it in any economic sector and in different presentations, which, at the end of their useful lives, end up in landfills, ...more »

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Microbial Degradation of Residential Food Wastes: Expediting Waste Digestion and Energy Extraction

Here in the United States, about 31% of the total food supply is wasted annually (EPA). Beyond that, 38 million tons of domestically food in the United States was wasted in 2014, and 95% of the wasted food is either disposed of in landfills or sent to combustion facilities, both of which are forms of waste management that are unsustainable in the long-run, and has detrimental effects on the environment at large. Landfills ...more »

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