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This AmericanWaterWorks video explains how to prevent backflow contamination from occurring, with specific examples.

Backflow Prevention

Dec 13, 2013

This AmericanWaterWorks video posted in October 2013 explains the phenomenon of backflow and steps to prevent it from contaminating drinking water systems.

Duration: 4:58


This Ganesa Corp. video depicts its latest 5.0 MW wind turbine for offshore use.

Gamesa's G128-5.0 MW Offshore

Dec 03, 2013

Gamesa has made progress on its offshore strategy by developing the Gamesa 5.0 MW offshore platform. Based on the proven technology validated in recent years in Gamesa’s 4.5 MW platform and the operating know-how and experience built up, the 5.0 MW offshore platform combines high reliability and optimal cost of energy. In addition to its 5 MW offshore system, Gamesa plans to develop higher-capacity offshore turbines (7 MW-8 MW) in the medium to long term. The G128-5.0 MW Offshore prototype has been equipped with a 128-meter rotor diameter and a modular and redundant design that will ensure reliability and maximizing energy production.

Duration: 2:51


The EPA method, developed with Argonne National Laboratory, will help small gold-processing operators prevent dangerous respiratory exposures from the mercury used in the process.

U.S. EPA Mercury Capture System

Oct 30, 2013

This video describes a solution to the severe health risks caused by mercury emissions from small-scale gold processing. Small scale gold buying and refining facilities, or gold shops, located in more than 55 countries throughout the world, are an important part of the artisanal and small-scale gold production process and are a major cause of air pollution from mercury. EPA and Argonne National Laboratory worked together to design a low-cost mercury capture system that is simple to build and install, using locally available materials. The system reduces mercury emissions by at least 80 percent. For more information about the Mercury Capture System, go to www.epa.gov/international/toxics.

Duration: 5:00


This IAEA video shows how researchers are analyzing water pollution levels and causes in Manila.

From Hilltops to Oceans: Managing Pollution in Manila Bay with Isotopic Techniques

Sep 30, 2013

Manila is just one of the world's largest cities that are situated on the water's edge. For these cities the oceans provide jobs, food and opportunities for transportation and recreation. But as pollutants move downhill, they are ending up on the shores and in the seas. Scientists from the Philippine Nuclear Research Institute (PNRI) monitor and manage the pollution in Manila Bay.

Duration: 5:14


This EPA PSA discusses actions drivers can take to address climate change.

What You Can Do About Climate Change on the Road

Sep 23, 2013

Driving your vehicle releases greenhouse gases into the atmosphere and contributes to climate change. You can take simple steps to cut your carbon emissions. Act on climate change.

Duration: 0:31


This EPA PSA discusses actions workplace managers can take to address climate change.

What You Can Do About Climate Change at Work

Sep 16, 2013

Business and home offices use a significant amount of electricity for heating and cooling, lighting, and operating equipment. There are simple steps you can take to reduce your carbon footprint at work. Act on climate change.

Duration: 0:31


CH2M officials discuss the company

CH2M Hill Sustainability Report 2013

Sep 02, 2013

CH2M HILL recently launched its 2013 Sustainability Report and in this video shares examples of how it is making a positive impact through project work and internal operations.

Duration: 4:10


The GM video explains how summer interns are measuring energy savings at its plants.

Environmental Defense Fund Climate Corps Works With GM -- Jon Beck -- Faces of GM

Aug 30, 2013

Jon Beck is a graduate student from Portland, Ore., who is working this summer at General Motors as part of the Environmental Defense Fund's Climate Corps program. GM is one of the more than 100 organizations participating in the program that allows specially trained graduate students to analyze the companies' energy management practices. While Beck and his teammates will leave GM with suggested improvements, he admits he's leaving the project with a new appreciation of what GM is doing today.

Duration: 1:36


Chevron is trying to ensure its Angola offshore operations do not harm migrating whales or dolphins.

Protecting Marine Life in Angola

Aug 15, 2013

Understanding the migratory behaviors of whales and dolphins helps Chevron to protect them from potential impacts of its operations. That's why the company works with the Wildlife Conservation Society to monitor marine life off the coast of Angola.

Duration: 2:11


Terri Jordan discusses the technology at BlueTech Forum 2013.

Terri Jordan: Award winner at BlueTech Forum 2013

Aug 07, 2013

Posted to YouTube on July 30, 2013, by the Water Environment Federation, this video shows Terri Jordan, senior vice president of business development at Crystal IS, discussing its UVC-LED technology and go-to-market strategy during BlueTech® Forum 2013. Crystal IS was selected as the most disruptive technology at the event. To learn more about Voltea, visit booth 775d at WEFTEC 2013 or attend the presentation there at 12:30 p.m. Oct. 8 in the 2013 WEFTEC Innovation Showcase & Pavilion.

Duration: 16:42


The remote opener technology helps customers with handling, transporting, and treating reactive chemicals.

Customer-focused Solutions -- Remote Opener

Jul 11, 2013

This Veolia Environmental Services North America video, posted to YouTube on June 28, 2013, describes the evolution of its remote opener technology that assists customers in handling, safely removing, managing, and treating reactive chemicals.

Duration: 1:56


Roll Off Driver Lorenzo Hall is featured in the Waste Management video.

WM Careers: Driver

Jun 15, 2013

As a driver for Waste Management, you use your CDL to help the company serve its customers safely, efficiently, and to grow your fulfilling career. If you're ready to join a team of professionals that love what they do, apply online at http://wastemanagement.jobs.

Duration: 1:14


This USGS video provides insight in to the life of the common loon as captured by research scientists using modern technologies. Scientists used satellite telemetry and archival geolocator tag technologies to gain critical information on migratory movements of breeding loons in the Upper Midwest to guide conservation planning.

Unraveling Mysteries of the Common Loon

May 28, 2013

This USGS video provides insight in to the life of the common loon as captured by research scientists using modern technologies. Scientists used satellite telemetry and archival geolocator tag technologies to gain critical information on migratory movements of breeding loons in the Upper Midwest to guide conservation planning. Critical pieces of the puzzle included identifying migration staging areas and wintering areas, and also important information from dive profiles to describe foraging patterns. This information is necessary for state and federal agencies tasked with managing populations of loons in the face of stressors such as disease, pollution, and climate change.

Duration: 7:04


The Texas Parks & Wildlife Department

Texas Conservation Corps Takes Bastrop Back to its Roots

May 07, 2013

This Texas Parks & Wildlife Department video shows how, following a wildfire in 2011, a crew from American YouthWorks helped to restore devastated Bastrop State Park, mirroring the work of the Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930s. For information about Bastrop State Park, visit http://www.tpwd.state.tx.us/. To learn more about the Texas Conservation Corps, visit http://www.texasconservationcorps.org.

Duration: 11:09


About a dozen trees that are more than 200 years old are located on GPA

Georgia Ports Authority Arbor Day Commitment 2013

Apr 30, 2013

The Georgia Ports Authority has decided to put dozens of historic trees located on its property under protective governance, now and into the future. "These massive oaks located on GPA property are awe inspiring and have been here long before we were," said GPA Executive Director Curtis Foltz. The two oldest trees are located at the Garden City Terminal. The oldest is 92 inches in diameter and is estimated to have taken root in 1645. The second oldest is 91 inches in diameter and is estimated to have taken root in 1649. "Our mission is to grow our business in environmentally responsible ways," said Foltz. "Protecting the tree canopy around the fourth busiest container port in the nation is just one project we've undertaken as part of our sustainability initiative."

Duration: 1:22


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