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Located in Horseheads, New York, Micatu, Inc. (Micatu) was established in 2011 to provide next generaton optcal sensors along with Engineering, Manufacturing and OEM Professional Services. Micatu requested New York State Polluton Preventon Insttute (NYSP2I) to evaluate the performance of Micatu’s GridView™ system using Clarkson University’s High Power Laboratory and the reference equipment within that facility.
As part of a grant funded by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to improve sustainability and climate resiliency in the industrial waterfront of the South Bronx, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (NYSDEC), the New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I), and the New York City Environmental Justice Alliance (NYC-EJA) partnered to promote pollution prevention (P2) and climate adaptation strategies at an auto body shop located in the South Bronx.
Optimax Systems Inc. (Optimax) is a company located in Ontario, NY that produces prototype, high-quality optical lenses for a variety of industries. Optimax serves customers including the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), making lenses of all kinds including those with complex geometries such as aspheres, cylinders, domes, freeforms, prisms, and spheres.
Optimax needed support with the evaluation of opportunities in order to reduce their hazardous waste generated by lens grinding operations.
XC Associates, Inc. (XCA) located in Stephentown, New York, is a manufacturer of advanced composite structures, supporting various consumer and industrial applications, including the aerospace and wind turbine industry. XCA requested New York State Pollution Prevention Institute (NYSP2I) and its partner university Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) to research the impact of wind turbine blade vibration on system durability, and perform a high-fidelity numerical analysis on the placement of XCA's Active Flow Control (AFC) modules applied to the wind turbine blade to optmize turbine performance and life cycle.
This study evaluates the feasibility of LVAD using RIT as an institutional food waste generator case study.
This study identifies methods for digestion of food waste with enhanced biogas production and process stability.
This study investigates the technological and environmental parameters related to producing animal feed from wasted food products.
This study identifies alternative treatments for food materials at every stage of the farm-to-fork spectrum.
Railside Market & Café (Railside) is a local supermarket in Victor, New York, that offers fresh produce, baked goods, dairy, and a prepared foods bar. Railside recently opened and was interested in finding ways to reduce the store’s environmental footprint while saving money. The goal was to identify cost effective solutions to conserve water, reduce toxic and hazardous materials such as cleaning products, and manage organic and food wastes, to improve the environmental footprint of the store.
Established in 1953, Hegedorn’s Market (Hegedorn’s) was founded in Webster, NY based on “great prices, exceptional quality and variety combined with superb neighborly service.” Hegedorn’s wanted to better optimize their 45,000 square foot establishment by reducing their carbon and environmental footprint. The goal was to identify cost effective solutions to conserve water, reduce toxic and hazardous materials such as cleaning products, and manage organic and food wastes, to improve the environmental footprint of the State.