Environment & Energy

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Is Renewable Energy Worth It During a Pandemic?

Renewable energy has been growing steadily over the past decade, and with the unprecedented spread of COVID-19, experts expect that some renewable energy projects to be temporarily suspended. Governments on state and federal levels are concentrating on immediate concerns to stop the spread of the virus. And with unemployment rates of the solar and wind …

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The Environmental Effects of Smartphone Creation and Disposal

For some people, buying a new smartphone is a treat. They get to keep up with the latest digital trend, experience the wonders of the newest technologies, and showcase their delightful digital purchase. Thanks to the ever-advancing field of information technology, smartphones are becoming a necessity rather than an accessory in today’s society. New technology …

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Physical Methods of Hazardous Wastewater Treatment

Hazardous waste comprises all types of waste with the potential to cause a harmful effect on the environment and pet and human health. It is generated from multiple sources, including industries, commercial properties and households and comes in solid, liquid and gaseous forms. There are different local and state laws regarding the management of hazardous …

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The Key to Green Energy is Putting it into People’s Smartphones.

A Nonequilibrium Energy and Environment Special Part 2: The Key to Green Energy is Putting it into People’s Smartphones.

“This is the first of a two-part series detailing the possibility of small-scale energy production to help curb the use of fossil fuels and ultimately – global warming. Explored here are two promising technologies – even if they are at their infancy stage – can make everyone a contributor to the goal of reducing our …

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