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Gazan Students Create Energy Saving Hospital Cleaning Device

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October 23, 2013
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Engineering students in Gaza have designed a prototype ozone gas generator to sterilise hospital rooms, a difficult task in a country living with economic sanctions imposed by the surrounding state of Israel. Their device activates oxygen and transforms it into ozone gas by using an electric charge of 80,000 volts. Jim Drury reports.


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How to Use Green Cleaning Products

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Howdini (Oct. 13, 2011) If you're not using green cleaning products, chances are pretty good you're exposing your family to harsh chemicals. But it's easy to green up as you clean up. Patty Kim from The Green Guide shows us tips to go green with house cleaning products.
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Thailand Climate Protection Through Energy Efficiency

Thailand Climate Protection Through Energy Efficiency

Deutsche Welle (Mar. 13, 2012) Thailand needs ever more energy for its industry. It already imports up to 10 percent of its electricity. The growth of industry is bringing a sharp rise in greenhouse gas emissions. Now a German-Thai project funded by the International Climate Protection Initiative is working for a more efficient use of energy, thereby contributing to climate protection.The Thai government has a long-term goal of "Low-Carbon Industry". It is collaborating with Germany in the umbrella organization "Energy Efficiency for Small and Medium Enterprises" on several pilot energy-efficiency projects in small and mid-sized companies. The Environment Ministry holds consultations regularly. The aim is to cooperate with German experts and develop an "Energy Use and Climate Protection Plan" for Thailand's economy.
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Sauerkraut Powers French Water Treatment Plant

Sauerkraut Powers French Water Treatment Plant

AFP (Feb. 6, 2013) A water treatment plant in eastern France is now creating energy with one of the regional food specialties - sauerkraut. The plant treats the corrosive juice left over from sauerkraut production and uses it to create energy that runs the plant.
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