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19 Jul, 2009

Singapore water ABC green futures

Posted by: Geoff Davis In: Recycling|water

A new guide for improving water control in the city state of Singapore was announced in July 2009. ABC Waters Programme – Active Beautiful Clean Waters – aims to enhance use of reservoirs, public and private, and improve drainage and water filtration systems. This will cut dirt in waters, and improve surge control in tropical […]

Guy Negre, a French engineer who used to work at Renault, has spent the last 13 years developing a compressed air car or aircar with his company MDI. This is a much better green technology than hybrid with those nasty huge batteries or hydrogen – and is also a simple established technology. Air France and […]

Manhattan’s High Line is an old railway track that has been out of use since 1980, now greened over with a long park and path. Friends of Manhattan’s High Line > It was used as a freight line, so it is emblematic of the way modern cities are converting urban architecture, like the Tate Modern […]

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