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The Water Research Foundation recently awarded contracts for three water reuse projects: Evaluating Economic and Environmental Benefits of Water Reuse for Agriculture (Reuse-16-06), FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Rule: Opportunities and Impacts on Potential Water Reuse for Agricultural Irrigation (Reuse-16-07), and Demonstrating Real-Time

What is bias lighting and how can it improve TV performance?

Simon Cohen/Digital Trends Consumers spend a ton of money every year in search of a better TV viewing experience. We go all-in on 4K, on HDR, on bigger and better screens, and on more immersive sound. Top that off with our growing list of subscriptions to

Top Dubai school selects Switch Made LED lighting

Switch Made, a leader in providing efficient lighting solutions, is setting a benchmark in driving sustainability in the education sector, having provided the eco-friendly campus of Swiss International Scientific School (SISD) in Dubai with energy-efficient LED lighting solutions. The use of these lighting solutions

Light up your home’s exterior – from the front door to the backyard – with the new Philips Hue outdoor line of products

SOMERSET, N.J., March 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Philips Lighting (Euronext: LIGHT), the world leader in lighting, today announced the first products in its highly anticipated Philips Hue outdoor range, available for purchase this summer in the United States. Consumers can extend their Philips Hue smart lighting experience to

Gardening Tips from the High Plains Food Bank

Since August 2009, the Garden project has served as a full production urban farm and the cornerstone of our Nutrition Education Program. In 2010, the one-acre site produced 20,000 lbs of fresh produce including watermelon, cantaloupe, cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, lettuce, beans, and many herbs.

You’ve been ‘wasting money’ on THIS cleaning product… so here’s what you should be using instead

A colony of germs can grow back to its original size within hours of getting zapped by an antibacterial spray – making them less effective than bar soap. GETTY – CONTRIBUTOR 2 A top scientist has warned that Brits are spending a fortune on

Adani Group to invest over Rs 9K cr in AP projects

Adani Group today signed an agreement with the Andhra Pradesh government to invest over Rs 9,000 crore in various projects, including development of a greenfield port at Bhavanapadu, in next five years. Group Chairman Gautam Adani said that the company would also be investing

The cleaning product you shouldn’t be using

IF YOU thought using antibacterial wipes were keeping your home germ free, we’ve got some bad news. A scientist from Northumbria University in the UK has told The Telegraph that people are wasting their money buying antibacterial wipes and sprays, as common germs can grow back

Floors & Kitchens Today, the Leading Flooring and Carpet Store in Massachusetts, Announces Website Upgrades

Floors & Kitchens Today, the leading flooring and carpet store in Massachusetts with stores in Auburn, Whitman, Seekonk, Norwood and Westborough as well as Manchester, Connecticut, is proud to announce an ambitious website visibility project. The company is upgrading key content pages to improve the

Gardening sans soil

Though soil has always been the most natural medium for growing plants, it comes with a host of problems. As garden soil is a living, breathing material, it often contains harmful bacteria and is the source of many soil-borne diseases. Battling these pests is