Due to government mandates, a portion of the corn produced in the United States every year must go toward the production of ethanol—otherwise referred to as E10. While it’s probably no surprise that some of America’s corn is being used to make fuel, because of the severe drought suffered by [...]Read more ›
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General Motors is offering a kind of dopesheet that summarizes how the company makes its plants and facilities landfill-free. A landfill-free environment means that the company’s production waste is reused, recycled or used to create energy. The document was created to help companies of all sizes and industries reduce waste [...]Read more ›
Not only do automakers have to answer to mother nature for the amount of gas their vehicles eat up on a daily basis, because most of the materials used in the manufacturing of cars themselves are petroleum or fiberglass based, they’re responsible for the depletion of a great amount of [...]Read more ›
As consumer demand grows for more environmentally friendly vehicles, car manufacturers around the world are competing to be the biggest producer of electric vehicles. Nearly all of the well known manufacturers offer at least one electric or hybrid vehicle. Nissan has reached a major milestone that puts it far beyond [...]Read more ›