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15 College Teams Win EPA P3 Award for Environmental Solutions

The EPA has announced the winners of cialis tablets its annual P3 award that honors innovative environmental solutions developed by college teams. This year 45 teams were judged by a panel convened by the prescription for cialis online American Association for the Advancement of Science on how to buy viagra for cheap their idea's potential to provide "innovative, cutting-edge sustainable solutions to worldwide environmental problems." Fifteen teams won the award and wow look it buy levitra 50 mg received $90,000 each to look there search cialis further develop and market their solutions.

Here are the winning teams and their entries:

  • Appalachian State University for developing an artificial wetland suitable for recycling of grey water from small businesses for immediate reuse.
  • Butte College for developing structural insulated panels for building construction using rice hulls, an abundant agricultural waste, as the primary raw material.
  • Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University for designing a foldable solar power water purification system that can fit into a backpack for easy transport for use after a disaster affecting drinking ether supply.
  • Gonzaga University for developing a simple ventilation system for kitchens in rural dwellings using electrical power generated from thermoelectric cells driven by waste heat from cooking fires.
  • Oregon State University for raising awareness of pollution associated with the production and use of plastic mulch by farmers and testing alternative biodegradable mulch material.
  • Princeton University for developing, testing and deploying an electricity generation system that can be transported in a standard shipping container and rapidly set up in rural communities and post disaster areas.
  • Santa Clara University for developing a fuel cell capable of continuous sustainable energy supply to meet energy demands in rural communities in developing nations lacking reliable energy grids.
  • Southern Illinois University - Carbondale for developing methods to extract (recycle) metals from Coal Combustion Byproducts (CCB) to reduce mining and to produce a concrete with reduce carbon dioxide emissions.
  • SUNY College of Environmental Science and Engineering for studying ways to recover struvite, a slow release fertilizer, from digested animal manures and assesses its marketability.
  • Texas State University - San Marcos for converting rice husks, a byproducts of try it brand viagra agriculture, into a starter material called lignocellulose for producing fabrics, biofuel and silica nanoparticles.
  • University of California - Riverside for designing a solar collector to heat ambient air for use in home appliances, such as clothes dryers and space heaters, to reduce home energy consumption.
  • University of Cincinnati for developing a pilot scale system to convert trap grease from restaurants, a waste set to very good site discount generic cialis online landfill, to renewable biodiesel.
  • University of Connecticut for investigating ways to use local industrial byproducts such as steal slag and lime kilm dust to control erosion and generic brand for viagra to stabilize roads in Nicaragua.
  • University of Oklahoma - Norman for design, field-test, construct, instrument, analyze and document a habitat for humanity house built of compresses earth blocks (CEB).
  • Vanderbilt University for developing a biohyrid solar panel that substitutes a protein from spinach for rare metals (mined) and is capable of producing electricity.

I don't know about you, but reading that list makes me feel really hopeful about the future knowing that so many college students are thinking up and creating such innovative solutions to environmental problems. You can see a list of Honorable Mentions for this prize that also contains some amazing ideas here.


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written by Lynn Laughlin, April 27, 2012
We are installing our first CNG vehicle fueling station in Dallas, Texas, where we will sell CNG @ $2 gal (gge) and reduce vehicle pollution by 20-40%. Support our effort @ Compressed Natural Gas; Go Natural Gas
Save the planet while you network
written by John Muir, April 28, 2012
Totally supportive of the initiatives which encourages green and sustainability behavior at a grass root level.
written by gas processing, April 30, 2012
Firstly I congratulate all the winners.
And it is really great to know that youngsters are coming with their innovative ideas to save the environment.smilies/smiley.gif
Thank goodness..
written by brent, May 01, 2012
I hate it when I run out of drinking ether!

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