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Having items made locally also means more jobs are filled.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Companies focused on developing zero waste streams are looking for recognition products that fit their sustainability mission, and Grand Rapids company Promotional Impact’s Green Giftz line is creating products to fill that need. Read More
It isn’t as lame here as some think, according to MAREC researcher.
The Michigan Energy Office has been awarded a $44,000 grant to the GVSU Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center to study solar energy system costs and improvements for more efficient use in Michigan’s climate. Read More
The Kent County Equalization Bureau has filed a preliminary report on the property damage stemming from the flooding of the Grand River. Read More
Farmers and growers find themselves in a better condition this spring than last.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Although the recent torrential rains made life miserable for property owners along the swollen banks of the Grand River, the county’s growers and farmers are in relatively good shape because this spring’s temperatures have been cooler than normal. Read More
GR man’s smokeless cookstove could save lives and appeal to “preppers” too.
SEA Biofuels is preparing to introduce its small, smokeless cooking stove using specialized solid fuel to a market that is primarily Third World nations around the globe — plus the “prepper” consumer niche in the U.S. Read More