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LucidEnergy, a Portland, Oregon-based startup that launched in 2007, has devised a system to get hydroelectric power from city water supply pipes.
We all know the Keurig K-Cup, a single-serving coffee brewing system. Awesome as they seem, there are several problems with your little brown coffee maker.
A group of Scottish distillers is using spent grains from whiskey production to generate power for 8,000 homes!
London, Paris, Melbourne, Boise. Wherever you live — or travel to — there’s bound to be a top notch juice bar near you.
New technology from Bangalore promises clean drinking water by drawing moisture from the air. Rain Tunnel Technology, invented by Dr Rajah Vijay Kumar, Chief Scientific Officer at the De Scalene Research Organization, will soon be available for both commercial and household use.
With water shortages impacting populations worldwide, finding portable, affordable ways to produce clean drinking water is more important than ever. A new desalinization chip could be part of the solution.
Three new Scotch cocktails recipes plus a bonus scotch-based treat for the rest of us.
Store-bought bug juice is not exactly a healthy drink. Instead of giving your kid a squeezy bottle full of artificial colors, flavors, and refined sugars, try this bug juice recipe, frozen into super fun popsicles.
Converting water savings into food, GROHE is continuing its “Green Mosque” water conservation CSR initiative this year during Ramadan. The initiative, part of GROHE’s global water conservation program ‘Watercare,’ is once again teaming up with the NGO Sharbatly Foundation, as it did in 2014.
7 Hours Left To Help This Awesome Oakland, CA Coffee Kickstarter about “Good Jobs, Great Coffee”
Has cold brewed iced coffee seemed like a mystery? It’s actually really easy to make. Here are two options: one requiring a toddy maker, and one that doesn’t.
In August 2014, when Keurig introduced its “2.0” line of coffeemakers, it stopped making the refillable, non-disposable “My K-Cup.” Consumers got angry.