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In microbial fuel cell output evaluation, different subtrates were compared including pretreated Laminaria saccharina (kelp) and glucose. Additional pretreatment using hydrolysis and a fermentation bioreactor using glucose was also tested.
The mission of Industrial/Organic (I/O), located in Brooklyn, New York, is to recover the resources spent on food that is wasted, and reuse them to create a more sustainable system for food and other consumer goods. Industrial/Organic wanted to understand feasibility of scaling up their food waste fermentation system and the potential end market.
The electrical discharge plasma process has the potential to inhibit foot spoilage and increase liquid food shelf life thereby reducing food waste and preventing the formation of greenhouse gases.
This technology has the potential to be an improvement of the current wind turbine gearbox lubricants by reducing wear.
This technology has the potential to improve current commercial water filtration membranes by reducing effects of fouling.
This technical application of induction heating and furnace tempering has the potential to improve the mechanical properties of A36, 4130, and 4140 steel compared to normal furnace annealing and also reduce energy requirements.
Biochar adsorption technologies have the potential to be a scalable, closed-loop solution to point-source food production effluents in NYS while providing a value-added soil amendment product.
Locust Hill Country Club, located in Pittsford, NY is one of 30 out of 933 golf course that have achieved certification by Audubon International as Cooperative Sanctuaries, a program for golf courses that demonstrate their commitment to the environment by meeting standards for protecting water quality, conserving natural resources, and providing wildlife habitats. One of the gaps identified by Audubon International in Locust Hill's operations is the lawn mower washing, in which wastewater from the washing is sent through an underground tank and discharged into a town-approved wooded area nearby. This overflow sometimes creates undesirable odor problems. NYSP2I worked with Locust Hill to evaluate opportunities to reduce water use and recycle water from the mower cleaning operations.
O'Brien & Gere, Inc. of North America, located in Rochester, New York offers comprehensive, sustainable, and affordable solutions for clients in areas of advanced manufacturing, energy environment, and water services. O'Brien & Gere requested New York State Pollution Prevention Institute to perform an independent thrid party assessment of the fuel additive's effectiveness for improving fuel economy and engine exhaust emissions.
EcoCeramics, Inc. (EcoCeramics) located in Rensselaer, New York is developing a high-performance masonry active building product: EcoCeramics Envelope System (EES). EcoCeramics requested assistance from New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I) and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) to evaluate the performance of their EES as compared to an existing building envelope and an ASHARE Curtain Wall, using analytical models and experimental testing for validation.
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