Environment and Building Technology Alert. Sunlight Reflectors for Buildings to Reduce Cooling Load; Biotechnology Enables Producing High-Value Biopla

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This issue profiles sunlight reflectors for buildings to reduce cooling load, biotechnology that enables production of high-value bioplastic from waste oil, a reactor that uses fuel from depleted uranium for power generation.

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Environment and Building Technology Alert. Sunlight Reflectors for Buildings to Reduce Cooling Load; Biotechnology Enables Producing High-Value Bioplastic from Waste Oil; Reactor that Uses Fuel from Depleted Uranium for Power GenerationIn This Issue1. MORE AFFORDABLE AND SMART ATMOSPHERIC WATER GENERATION SYSTEM2. BIOTECHNOLOGY ENABLES PRODUCING HIGH-VALUE BIOPLASTIC FROM WASTE OIL3. SUNLIGHT REFLECTORS FOR BUILDINGS TO REDUCE COOLING LOAD4. REACTOR THAT USES FUEL FROM DEPLETED URANIUM FOR POWER GENERATION5. NEW FORMULATION FOR GREENER CONCRETE6. TEST TO MEASURE CHEMICAL OXYGEN DEMAND LEVEL IN WASTE STREAMS IN 15 MINUTES7. NANOTECHNOLOGY TO PRODUCE RENEWABLE HYDROGEN8. TECHNOLOGY TO IMMOBILIZE NUCLEAR WASTE




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