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Every Month Is ‘Movember’: A Mid-Season Health Safety Reminder Late last fall, two of the trade’s heavy hitters honored “Movember” by blogging about the reality that it isn’t always easy to bring manliness to work, even if the work is inherently dangerous and/or r

Are Better Roads Worth The Money To You?

What Are Better Roads Worth to You? There is a raging debate in Washington, and across the country, with respect to the Trump administration’s $1 trillion infrastructure proposal. What started out as a major rallying platform for Trump during his presidential campaign is beginning to attract s

How To Turn These Tests Into Savings

Field Tests Results: Rentar Fuel Catalyst Rentar asks each of its customers to perform field tests. Rentar makes the request for two reasons. Principally, field tests are required in order for a customer to determine whether the Rentar Guarantee — Rentar’s assurance of a return on investment

What You Should Know About Keystone Pipeline

Bane or Savior of the Trump Administration, the President Must Address Greenhouse Gases with Respect to the Keystone XL In March, President Trump approved the development of the Keystone XL Project, a 1,200-mile-long pipeline delivery system that will push Alberta tar sand oil from Hardisty, Alberta

The State of Climate Change on Inauguration Day

Just as America’s 45th president assumes office this week comes news that Earth has passed yet another troubling milestone in climate change: scientists reported on Wednesday that the planet reached its highest temperature on record in 2016. That obliterates a record set only a year earlier, which

Leonardo DiCaprio’s “Before the Flood” Documentary

Just in time for Election Day, superstar Leonardo DiCaprio is making his National Geographic climate change documentary, “Before the Flood,” available for free. (You can see the whole thing below or here.) The next president is going to have to deal with climate change and the myriad of new regu

Using Highways as a Power Source

Can gridlock on the nation’s highways offer environmental solutions for fighting climate change? Scientists in California are looking at a new form of energy development that literally uses the nation’s highways as a new power source. The California Energy Commission is investing $2 million to s

New Greenhouse Gas Regs: Fuel Savings and New Technologies

The year 2021 is shaping up to be a pivotal year in the ongoing technological battle to improve fuel savings. In addition to being the year Ford and other major automakers have set to put new driverless vehicles on the road, it’s also going to see the formal debut of the federal greenhouse gas “