Feb
    04
    Enerpac History: Connections to WWII  
    Enerpac History: Connections to WWII   Editor’s note: It’s interesting to look at today’s tools and equipment and reflect onthe roles it pllayed in history. Enerpac’s history takes us back to the days of WWII. We hope you enjoy this history lesson.  With a rich history of company transition and growth, Enerpac...

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    Feb
    02
    Utah Landfill Shuffles, Gains Space
    GPS rover and level/slope measuring system help relocate garbage to gain 2.3 million yards of landfill space By Jeff Winke Ask the average person on the street where garbage goes after the garbage truck picks it up and takes it away, and most will likely say, “the dump.” At one time, most communities...

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    Jan
    30
    Caterpillar Introduces New and Updated Products and Technology
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    Feb
    11
    Tom Ewing’s Environmental Update
    *   The Department of Interior issued a sobering notice last week addressed to the Governors of the seven Colorado River Basin States.  DOI calls the Colorado River “the most important water resource in the southwestern United States and northwestern Mexico.”  DOI wants recommendations from the Governors on what actions are appropriate to...

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    Feb
    04
    Tom Ewing’s Environmental Update
    *  Last week, U.S. DOE announced up to $42 million in project selections to support early-stage research and development (R&D) of innovative residential and commercial energy efficiency (EE) technologies for buildings, which use 75% of U.S. electricity and account for 40% of U.S. overall energy use.  A total of 46 research teams...

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    Jan
    28
    Tom Ewing’s Environmental Update
    *  If you’re in a bad mood take a look at the Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) 2019 Annual Energy Outlook.  Wow.  Plenty of energy at the national scale for the next 30 years.  If you’re in a really bad mood, look closer – plenty of affordable, recoverable energy for economic...

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