April 9, 2013
by MoreRecycling
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Research holds revelations about an ancient society’s water conservation, purification

New research at the ancient Maya site of Medicinal Trail in northwestern Belize is revealing how populations in more remote areas — the hinterland societies — built reservoirs to conserve water and turned to nature to purify their water supply. Continue reading

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October 11, 2011
by Reduce
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See How Doritos Are Made With the Sun

Everyone knows that converting a nearly 30-year-old manufacturing facility into a LEED Gold certified building is no small task. But that’s just the very beginning of what Frito -Lay has done at its Casa Grande, Ariz. facility. The facility produces signature snacks such as Doritos, Sun Chips, Fritos and Lays – along with research that’s [...] Continue reading

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October 11, 2011
by Reduce
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How Doritos Are Made With the Sun

Everyone knows that converting a nearly 30-year-old manufacturing facility into a LEED Gold certified building is no small task. But that’s just the very beginning of what Frito -Lay has done at its Casa Grande, Ariz. facility. The facility produces signature snacks such as Doritos, Sun Chips, Fritos and Lays – along with research that’s [...] Continue reading

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July 29, 2010
by Barry Nelson
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The State Legislature and Water Agencies Anticipated the State Water Board’s Conclusions

Last week, the State Water Board released a draft report presenting their scientific conclusions regarding the amount of water required to restore a healthy San Francisco Bay-Delta ecosystem.  The draft report, discussed here, clearly reveals that… Continue reading

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