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Avid Bioservices, Inc. and CRB Highlight Efforts That Enabled Opening of First Phase of New Viral Vector Facility in California in Only Eight Months

53,000-square-foot facility addresses unique demands of commercial-scale viral vector production
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COSTA MESA, Calif., June 21, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Avid Bioservices, Inc. (NASDAQ:CDMO), a dedicated contract development and manufacturing organization (CDMO) focused on development and CGMP manufacturing services for biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies, and CRB recently highlighted the companies’ collaborative efforts that enabled the phase-one opening of its new purpose-built, 53,000-square-foot viral vector and CGMP facility in Costa Mesa, California, in only eight months.

EarthX Applauds Saving Our Topsoil

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Healthy soils are essential for healthy plant growth, human nutrition, and water filtration. Save and protect the soil and the future of our children! 35% of the Corn Belt region in the US has lost its topsoil completly! Let's make the change today! 

Simple Steps to a More Sustainable Fleet

Top tips to make your fleets more sustainable with little to no investment
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Last year, the White House announced a goal of cutting greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2030.

Water Reuse To Achieve Resiliency

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As the economy-wide shift toward sustainability continues with rapid speed, water utilities increasingly are focusing efforts on reinforcing resiliency of water supply. In this effort, water reuse is becoming their tool of choice.

Keeping an Eye on the Bolt: Why I Think It’s the Electric Vehicle To Watch in the Coming Years

By: John A. Lanier
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Chevrolet announced a rather surprising price reduction in the next model of their most popular electric vehicle. I think the price reduction is very calculated, and it’s intended to earn General Motors as much market share as possible in the affordable electric car market.

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Chevrolet announced a rather surprising price reduction in the next model of their most popular electric vehicle. I think the price reduction is very calculated, and it’s intended to earn General Motors as much market share as possible in the affordable electric car market.

A Decade After Superstorm Sandy, New Jersey's Infrastructure Is Considerably More Prepared for Hurricane Season

PSE&G’s Customers Experience Fewer Outages Today, Demonstrating $4.8 Billion Investments Enhance Resiliency and Improve Reliability
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NEWARK, N.J., June 9, 2022 /3BL Media/ - Public Service Electric and Gas, New Jersey’s largest utility, is well prepared to support customers and the state for what experts say could be another very active hurricane season. Ten years after Superstorm Sandy raged across the East Coast, PSE&G continues to protect customers’ utility service from the damaging impact of extreme weather by strengthening and upgrading its infrastructure.

Solar Installation at FedEx Facility in D.C. Benefits Local Nonprofit

Bill credits from the solar project and direct funding from both FedEx and Sol Systems will help Washington D.C. nonprofit SOME offset their annual electricity costs.
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Located in Northeast Washington, D.C., the FedEx Express Eckington Place facility’s 915 kW rooftop community solar installation is one of the largest in the nation’s capital, with the capacity to generate electricity for the equivalent of 150 homes. FedEx, along with D.C.-based solar developer Sol Systems and local nonprofit SOME (So Others Might Eat) have announced a special charitable arrangement that spreads the benefits of this community solar project even further into the District.

Electrification of Airports From Landside to Airside

Generation and storage of electricity to support infrastructure development objectives, operations and cleaner flight
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The electrification of mobility will be a game changer for airports. Emerging transportation technologies are shaping the next generation of air and ground transportation, which will transform operating conditions at airports and significantly help to reduce environmental footprints.

Findlay, Ohio Family Moves Into 'BuildBetter With Whirlpool' Climate-Resilient, Energy-Efficient Home

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Miriam couldn’t believe that it had happened again. The house she was renting was sold by the landlord without her knowledge. This was the second time a landlord had sold a house out from under her, uprooting Miriam and her three children: 11-year-old Reina and 9-year-old twins Romeo and Raelyn. “It seemed like I was never able to establish myself,” Miriam says. “But after the last house was sold, that’s when I said, ‘I need to buy a house.’”

Ensuring a Coherent Pathway to Decarbonize EU Buildings

by Alisha Bellezza, President of Thermal & Specialized Solutions at The Chemours Company.
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Recently, I had the pleasure to travel to Europe and meet with key EU decision-makers and industry leaders to discuss the EU Green Deal agenda, and, in particular, the role the European buildings stock plays in the EU’s 2050 net-zero targets.

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