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This week on Bloomberg West, we feature AquaMost, a chemical-free wastewater treatment system that is used in natural gas fracking.
Fire up the grill! This week on Bloomberg West we feature Thermoceramix, a company that has developed an innovative spray-on coating that generates heat!
This week on Bloomberg West we featured an innovative water treatment project developed at Stanford University. The researchers are not only cleaning up our oceans, but they say they can produce energy from it, too!
This week on Bloomberg West we featured an innovative new toilet. Yes, you read that correctly. This toilet, designed at Cal Tech, is intended for use in the developing world and hopes to make the water there cleaner and healthier.
This week we feature a new water-separation technology created at the University of Michigan. They say they’ve developed an energy-efficient way to clean up after oil spills.
Got an old cell phone sitting around? This week on Bloomberg West we featured EcoATM, a new technology that can give you cash for your phone, while keeping dangerous toxins out of landfills.
This week on Bloomberg West we caught up with the makers of Kuel-Cell, an innovative fuel cell that can help keep things cold while using less energy.
This week on Bloomberg West we featured a company with an innovative new 3D solar panel! Don’t worry, you don’t need special glasses see it in action!
Coming soon to a road near you: Natural Gas Vehicles! This company is working on creating a material that will replace the need for big, natural gas tanks in vehicles, making natural gas a more viable option when fueling up your car!
This week on Bloomberg West we featured City Car, a new electric car concept that makes getting around a city much easier!
This week we feature the Pecan Street Project, a non-profit research group that offers unprecedented insight into how much energy we use in our homes!
It’s the heart of summer, your friends are off catching tans in the tropics, and yet you’re stuck in a cold, dark office devoid of sunlight. Human beings are not adapted for such an injurious lighting dynamic. According to the U.S. Green Building Council, daylight is simply a higher-quality, healthier light than that from artificial …Read More…