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From Waste Age: The global waste-to-energy (WTE) market will reach $7.4 billion in 2013, according to a new study.

From National Real Estate Investor: The seventh annual Earth Hour took place on Saturday, March 23.

From Industry Week: Beijing is promoting overseas investment in part of its efforts to reform China's growth model and acquire significant foreign assets in sectors such as energy, mining and high-tech industries.

From Waste Age: FuelCell Energy Inc. will develop a demonstration landfill gas-to-energy plant using gas from the city of Vancouver, British Columbia’s landfill.

From American School & University: The Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council has announced its second annual "Best of Green Schools" list.

From Lodging Hospitality: Born In Luxury Hotels, These Trends Are Trickling Down the Scales

From Supermarket News: Weis Markets on Monday opened the doors of its Fogelsville, Pa., superstore, the first LEED-registered grocery store in its 163-store footprint.

From Southeast Farm Press: When perfected, the technology will significantly reduce the time required to engineer switchgrass to maximize biofuel production.

From Industry Week: New study says parts of the high-voltage system are heavily stressed, leaving it particularly at risk to multiple failures in the wake of an attack.

From HPAC Engineering: The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) recently announced the launch of The Green Building Information Gateway (GBIG), a Web-based tool providing maps, analytics, and insights revealing trends, patterns, and processes in green-building practice.

From American School & University: The University of Wisconsin-Madison has been named the winner of the 2012 Innovation in Green Building Award.

From Waste Age: Waste Management of Canada has opened the largest private-sector recycling facility in Ontario.

From Industry Week: Rebound in North American gas and oil production will fuel resurgence in global energy trade, predicts International Energy Agency.


From Industry Week: France president rejects shale gas proposals citing environmental concerns.

From Supermarket News: Wakefern Food Corp., owned by ShopRite store operators, and NJR Clean Energy Ventures announced that they began work on the installation of a rooftop solar system at a Wakefern distribution center.

From Supermarket News: About three years ago, Al Plamann, chief executive officer of Unified Grocers, was in the cafeteria at the member-owned wholesale cooperative’s Los Angeles headquarters when he noticed two women bringing their own plastic dishes up to be served.

From Electrical Wholesaling: In a strange way, the use of mobile devices in field sales may finally enable electrical distributors to get beyond the "order-takers" label.