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Indigenous technology developed at CSIR-IICT shows the way to recycle industrial effluent

By : SustainabilityO..., Apr 26, 2017

Industries, especially in the chemical sector that face the problem of getting rid of waste water, can look forward to some productive options. Thanks to an indigenous technology developed by...

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PLANT PV launches ‘Silver-on-Aluminum’ paste with a 1% power output gain for c-Si solar cells

By : SustainabilityO..., Apr 19, 2017

PLANT PV, has introduced its first major product to enable significant improvements in conventional solar cell power output. PLANT PV’s new ‘Silver-on-Aluminum’ paste is designed for easy...

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NBCC in pact with Poland's Bolix for energy solutions

By : SustainabilityO..., Apr 18, 2017

The state-owned construction firm NBCC India today signed an agreement with Poland's Bolix to import a building solution technology that could save energy consumption by up to 35 per cent for...

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Dealing with e-waste the nanotech way

By : SustainabilityO..., Apr 17, 2017

Printed circuit boards (PCBs) are best recycled by pulverising them into nanosized particles to easily recover valuable constituents such as polymers, oxides and metals, say Indian researchers...

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IIT Indore’s startup launches mobile organic waste processing unit

By : SustainabilityO..., Apr 13, 2017

Indian Institute of Technology Indore’s homegrown waste management startup ‘Swaaha’ launched its mobile organic waste processing unit “Havankund” on the institute campus in Simrol and said that...

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‘Waste to fuel’ IH square technology demo by year-end

By : SustainabilityO..., Apr 11, 2017

The Shell Technology Centre, Bangalore, is gearing up to demonstrate its IH2 (IH square) technology for conversion of municipal and agriculture waste into liquid transport fuel....

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From waste to energy: Danish plant flexes the power of wastewater

By : SustainabilityO..., Apr 7, 2017

Since a Danish wastewater plant produced more energy than it needed last year becoming a "green power station", engineers from Serbia to China have been lining up to learn how it has managed to...

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Graphene sieve turns seawater into drinking water

By : SustainabilityO..., Apr 5, 2017

Researchers, including one of Indian origin, have developed a graphene-based sieve capable of removing salt from seawater, an advance that may provide clean drinking water for millions of people...

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India-born chemist Swaminathan Ramesh, develops a mobile reactor to convert waste plastic to diesel in US

By : SustainabilityO..., Apr 5, 2017

A mobile reactor to convert waste plastic into fuel, that uses technology developed by an India-born chemist, is soon to make its debut in California in a demonstration project. “Using our...

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Vikram Solar ties up with Israel firm to develop innovative water technology for India

By : SustainabilityO..., Mar 31, 2017

Vikram Solar today said it has signed an MoU with Israels Water-Gen to develop clean and hygienic drinking water solutions in the country.

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