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PCB breakdown in rivers depends on sediment-specific bacteria, find Carnegie Mellon U. scientists
...es that manufactured plastics, paints, lubricants, transformers
and other materials. In the mid-20th century, companies along the Hudson and other rivers in upstate New York collectively released more than one million pounds of PCBs into the water, not knowing that these pollutants could linger for thousands of y...
Latest findings on PCBs to be subject of June workshop at Illinois
...king materials, inks, paints, coolants, electrical transformers
and capacitors. PCBs today are found in soils near former production plants, in the food chain and in discarded electrical equipment at disposal sites. The PCB Workshop will be held at the Hawthorn Suites Conference Center , 101 Trade Centre Drive,...
Story tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, September 2003
...e cool way . . . High-temperature superconducting transformers
can perform the necessary change in voltage in a t...ll be required if high-temperature superconducting transformers
are to be a big player in the upgraded electric grid of tomorrow. [Contact: Ron Walli, 865-576-0226...
New electrical transformers will improve power quality
...d technology behind the numerous, oil-filled power transformers
that hang like icons from utility poles in residen...hborhoods. The consortium developed a new class of transformers
that will smooth out the uneven voltages that plague today's grid and prematurely age electrical har...