Wildlife Trade Campaign during COVID-19

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Digital Storytelling Agency Bumbuku Creatives interviewed with WWF about the relationship between wildlife trade and disease outbreaks.

93% of people support closure of illegal wildlife markets in South-East Asia and Hong Kong.”

— Aslıhan Tümer, WWF Head of Campaigns

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, May 31, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — WWF Wildlife Trade Campaign during COVID-19

Over 90% support closure of illegal wildlife markets in South-East Asia and Hong Kong

After the current pandemic, COVID-19, was confirmed as a zoonotic disease – transferable from animals to humans – Digital Storytelling Agency Bumbuku Creatives interviewed the Head of Global Campaigns at WWF Aslihan Tumer about the relationship between wildlife trade and disease outbreaks.

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) has been working towards the closure of unregulated wildlife trade across South-East Asia. They are running campaigns in Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Hong Kong and Japan. The pandemic outbreak has placed immense focus on wildlife crime and the campaign.

In order to benchmark their stories and the impact they are trying to create during these turbulent times, NGO-focused digital storytelling agency Bumbuku Creatives reached out to WWF and talked about what wildlife trade is, how to regulate it in a functional way, and its impact on the world, with Aslihan Tumer, the Head of Global Campaigns at WWF.

Experts have warned the global community of how trading markets can bring about diseases but the call-to-action has been close to nothing.
WWF has been working on the Illegal Wildlife Trade campaign for a long time but now the focus has shifted. This shift is towards closing illegal, unregulated, and high-risk wildlife markets. Legal wildlife trade entails “plants and animals that are caught or harvested from the wild and then legitimately sold as food, pets, ornamental plants, leather, tourist ornaments and medicine.” The problem, however, appears when illegal wildlife trade occurs.
Bumbuku gets up close and personal with Aslıhan Tumer about the WWF campaign against illegal wildlife trade.

They discuss the context behind what illegal wildlife trade is, why its demand is so high, its relationship with disease containment, and finally, what can be done to mitigate potential disease outbreaks. The interview gives hope towards a future where illegal wildlife trade is better regulated. Most importantly, it shows the current climate of support for governments to take action.

For WWF’s campaign against illegal wildlife trade, the essential aim is to end trade of high-risk taxa from which wild animals end up in markets like those in Wuhan, China. Through this, they will be able to remove one of the primary ways in which zoonoses are transmitted. Besides laying out the context of wildlife crime, the interview tries to spread awareness among NGOs, leading change-makers, and the general public. Bumbuku Creatives promoted WWF’s “Opinion Survey on Covid-19 and Wildlife Trade in 5 Asian Markets” using data-driven storytelling. It builds a story about the relationship between humans and nature that resonates with anyone who will read it, and be interested in exploring Bumbuku’s works.

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As a part of the interview with WWF, Bumbuku Creatives animated their survey data and graphics used for their wildlife campaign.


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Gary Davies' Epic Fundraising Challenge 550Km run from Malaga to Madrid – Running for Carbonquo

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Project Planet founder Gary Davies is doing a 550km run in 10 days to raise funds to aid the development of the Project Planet – Carbonquo platform.

Gary Davies' Epic Fundraising Challenge 550Km run from Malaga to Madrid – Running for Carbonquo”

— Project Planet

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, May 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — In a recent interview Gary Davies comments on the Carbonquo' Fundraising Challenge.

As founder of Project Planet, I feel it's my responsibility to do whatever it takes to rally support. Ultimately, it's the people who we are able to inspire to take action that will mark the success of this fantastic initiative.

We need many voices to ensure that the major commerce and retailers players of the world stand up and take note".

The challenge begins in Malaga on Friday 25th September and finishes 10 days later on Sunday 4th October in Madrid

Gary went on to say: "I'm really not looking forward to running 55km a day for 10 days straight, that's 13km more than a marathon EVERY DAY!

whilst I pride myself to be in good shape, I've never done anything like this before and I know it's going to be next level hard. It could go one of two ways, either I make it and the campaign is a success, or I die trying.

For me it's about creating social awareness around the initiative. The Project Planet platform will be a success if everyone gets behind it

Doing this insane challenge is a call to action for people everywhere to take a stand in the fight against Global Warming .

We have created a world where climate change is affecting every corner of our planet.

Nature longer determines our survival, we now determine the survival of nature

We can still turn the tide and stop global warming, but it's going to take more than just a wish for change, to succeed. We're all going to have to do our bit and running 550km in 10 days is mine.

A day when we no longer worry about rising sea levels, droughts, disease, diminishing forests or animal species dying, is on the horizon.

If we are ALL willing to take action, we can undoubtedly preserve the wonders of our marvellous planet for our children and the generations to come

Our future, their future, hangs in the balance, and our actions will determine the fate, of all of us.

No God, Government or scientist is going to save our home. It's up to US".

Gary intends to raise £55,000 and would love support from individuals and businesses who want to play their part in helping reverse the trend of global warming.

To sponsor Gary, visit his fundraising page at

https://www.carbonquo.com/fundraising-challenge

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International Student Entrepreneurs Awarded Top Honors in 2020 Conrad Challenge Virtual Innovation Summit

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The 2019-20 Conrad Challenge award winners were announced today

37 finalist teams from around the world convened for the three-day summit and showcased inventions designed to solve pressing global challenges

[Our students] have proven, once again, that they are truly the game-changers who will shape the future… We can hardly wait to see what they accomplish.”

— Nancy Conrad, founding chairman, Conrad Foundation

HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA, May 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Seven teams of high school-aged student innovators from around the world were awarded top honors during the 2020 Conrad Challenge Virtual Innovation Summit, held May 27-29 on the Hopin platform. The Summit was the final round of the 2019-20 Conrad Challenge, the annual competition that unleashes the potential of students to use their innovative and entrepreneurial skills to create solutions for some of the most pressing global challenges. More than 600 teams of 2-5 students between the ages of 13-18 entered the 2019-20 competition, a Conrad Challenge record.

This was the 14th year of the Conrad Challenge, but due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Innovation Summit was held online for the first time. This successful pivot in event planning allowed the Summit to proceed and gave these deserving students the opportunity to experience the culmination of their year-long efforts.

The Challenge began in August, when teams submitted their initial entry and worked on their investor pitch, which they completed in November. Qualifying teams then advanced to the second round in mid-November and worked through mid-January to develop and refine a business plan, market study and visual representation of their commercially viable solutions. Their products were then reviewed and scored by subject matter experts and judges before the finalist teams in each category were selected.

The 37 finalist teams who competed for top awards at the Virtual Innovation Summit hail from eight countries: Australia, India, Nigeria, the Philippines, Singapore, the United Kingdom, Vietnam and the United States. Each presented their new product in one of six categories: Aerospace & Aviation; Cyber-Technology & Security; Energy & Environment; Health & Nutrition; Transforming Education Through Technology; and Smoke-Free World. After submitting a video pitch and executive summary the week prior, the student teams participated in a live-video question and answer session with the panel of judges with expertise in business, industry, research and academia.

“Once again, the Conrad Foundation hosted a record number of young innovators who participated in the Conrad Challenge. Due to the pandemic, we were unable to host our in-person Innovation Summit at Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex. Like seasoned entrepreneurs, our students pivoted to an online platform and delivered their fantastic product ideas to our expert judges,” said Nancy Conrad founding chairman of the Conrad Foundation. "They have proven, once again, that they are truly the game-changers who will shape the future. We are so proud of them and their dedication to creating commercially viable solutions to global and local challenges. We can hardly wait to see what they accomplish."

The following teams were recognized as Pete Conrad Scholars, the competition’s top award named in honor of Apollo 12 astronaut Charles "Pete" Conrad and his three-decade pursuit of innovation and entrepreneurship:

– Aerospace & Aviation: EcoAero, Naperville North, Naperville, Ill.
– Cyber-Technology & Security: Opioid Overdose Prevention System, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Fairfax, Va.
– Energy & Environment: The PowerCycle, The British School, New Delhi, India; Lunair, Score Academy, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
– Health & Nutrition: NeoSigno, Columbus Academy, Galena, Ohio
– Transforming Education Through Technology: StutterLess, Foothill High School, Pleasanton, Calif.
– Smoke-Free World, Eliminating & Reducing Teen Vaping: VapeEscape, team members from N.J., N.Y., and Dominican Republic
– Smoke-Free World, Repurposed Farmlands & Tobacco Crops: TobaccOats, Peak to Peak Charter School, Lafayette, Colo.

Each winning team receives a variety of prizes, including a distinctive medal and Pete Conrad Scholar certificate, a Dell 2-in-1 Chromebook, market research assessment from the Wisconsin Innovation Service Center, one-year associate membership to Sigma Xi, and scholarship opportunities. Additionally, special prizes are awarded the the winning teams in the Smoke-Free World category, sponsored by the Foundation for a Smoke-Free World (FSFW), and the Transforming Education Through Technology category, sponsored by SMART Technologies. Full information on all prizes can be found here.

The “Power Pitch” awards, also presented by the Conrad Foundation, were earned by the teams who best presented their virtual pitch to the panel of judges, along with their peers and industry professionals. The following teams were recognized with this honor:

– Aerospace & Aviation: Astronyx, Oxford, United Kingdom
– Cyber-Technology & Security: NeuroSecure, Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, Fairfax, Va.
– Energy & Environment: Team Recycle Rex, Nigeria
– Health & Nutrition: PiezoPace, The Village School, Houston, Texas
– Transforming Education Through Technology: ScintillaVR, Mission San Jose High School, Freemont, Calif.
– Smoke-Free World, Eliminating & Reducing Teen Vaping: eduVape, Ed W. Clark High School, Las Vegas, Nev.
– Smoke-Free World, Repurposed Farmlands & Tobacco Crops: Nexkap, Cary Academy, Raleigh, N.C.

In addition to the Conrad Foundation awards, the following special awards were also distributed:

– NASA Goddard Technology Award: Etiam, The Village School, Houston, Texas, Singapore and United Kingdom
– AIAA Scholarship Award: Arjun Shah, EcoAero, Naperville North, Naperville, Ill.
– LeanGap Award: NeoSigno, Columbus Academy, Galena, Ohio
– Global Collaborator Award: Etiam, The Village School, Houston, Texas, Singapore and United Kingdom ; VapeEscape, team members from N.J., N.Y., and Dominican Republic; SpokeScience, team members from Ariz., Calif., Mass. and N.H.
– Teacher of the Year: Dr. Meg Hennessy, PiezoPace, The Village School, Houston, Texas
– Social Media Award: Astronyx, Oxford, United Kingdom

The 2019-20 Conrad Challenge was made possible by the support of its partners: The Foundation for a Smoke-Free World, SMART Technologies, Bezos Family Foundation, NASA, Delaware North, Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Carter Ledyard & Milburn LLP, Griffin Communications Group, Arent Fox, Camp BizSmart, Dell, Dentons, LeanGap, NEXUS, Tranquility Lodge, Sigma Xi, Wisconsin Innovation Service Center, AIAA, Clarkson University, Menlo College, Lewis & Clark College, Thomas Jefferson University, College of Charleston, and Florida Institute of Technology. The Challenge was also supported by media partners and champion partners. Learn more about all sponsors and partners.

To learn more about the 2019-20 winners, visit www.conradchallenge.org. Students and educators interested in participating in the 2020-21 Challenge can sign up to receive more information by visiting the website.

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Covid-19 Impact on Global Carbon Offset/Carbon Credit Trading Service Market analysis 2020 and forecasts to 2025

A New Market Study, titled “Carbon Offset/Carbon Credit Trading Service Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges”

PUNE, MAHARASTRA, INDIA, May 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Summary

A New Market Study, titled “Carbon Offset/Carbon Credit Trading Service Market Upcoming Trends, Growth Drivers and Challenges” has been featured on WiseGuyReports.

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This market report offers a comprehensive analysis of the global Carbon Offset/Carbon Credit Trading Service market. This report focused on Carbon Offset/Carbon Credit Trading Service market past and present growth globally. Global research on Global Carbon Offset/Carbon Credit Trading Service Industry presents a market overview, product details, classification, market concentration, and maturity study. The market value and growth rate from 2019-2025 along with industry size estimates are explained.

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NativeEnergy
GreenTrees
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Aera Group
Allcot Group
Carbon Clear
Forest Carbon
Bioassets
Biofílica
WayCarbon
CBEEX
Guangzhou Greenstone

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Global market size and forecast
Regional market size, production data and export & import
Key manufacturers profile, products & services, sales data of business
Global market size by Major End-Use
Global market size by Major Type

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REDD Carbon Offset
Renewable Energy
Landfill Methane Projects
Others

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Industrial
Household
Energy Industry
Others

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Europe
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Middle East & Africa

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1.1 Scope of Statistics
1.1.1 Scope of Products
1.1.2 Scope of Manufacturers
1.1.3 Scope of End-Use
1.1.4 Scope of Product Type
1.1.5 Scope of Regions/Countries
1.2 Global Market Size

2 Regional Market
2.1 Regional Sales
2.2 Regional Demand
2.3 Regional Trade

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3 Key Manufacturers
3.1 Carbon Credit Capital
3.1.1 Company Information
3.1.2 Product & Services
3.1.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin)
3.1.4 Recent Development
3.2 Terrapass
3.2.1 Company Information
3.2.2 Product & Services
3.2.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin)
3.2.4 Recent Development
3.3 Renewable Choice
3.3.1 Company Information
3.3.2 Product & Services
3.3.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin)
3.3.4 Recent Development
3.4 3Degrees
3.4.1 Company Information
3.4.2 Product & Services
3.4.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin)
3.4.4 Recent Development
3.5 NativeEnergy
3.5.1 Company Information
3.5.2 Product & Services
3.5.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin)
3.5.4 Recent Development
3.6 GreenTrees
3.6.1 Company Information
3.6.2 Product & Services
3.6.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin)
3.6.4 Recent Development
3.7 South Pole Group
3.7.1 Company Information
3.7.2 Product & Services
3.7.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin)
3.7.4 Recent Development
3.8 Aera Group
3.8.1 Company Information
3.8.2 Product & Services
3.8.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin)
3.8.4 Recent Development
3.9 Allcot Group
3.9.1 Company Information
3.9.2 Product & Services
3.9.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin)
3.9.4 Recent Development
3.10 Carbon Clear
3.10.1 Company Information
3.10.2 Product & Services
3.10.3 Business Data (Sales Revenue, Cost and Margin)
3.10.4 Recent Development

Continued….

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ECER Inc. is Celebrating 20 years in the Electronics Recycling Business

SHIRLEY, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, May 29, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Over the last twenty years, we’ve seen a lot happen: times of feast & famine, trials & tribulations, prosperity & adversity, and all kinds of new advancements in the technology sector. At the beginning of that time period, ECER Inc. started as a small electronics recycling facility in Leominster, MA. From its humble beginnings up to the present day, guided by passion for sustainability and advanced by solid work ethics, the company has grown from a local central Massachusetts recycler to a regional powerhouse with customers all over New England, eventually relocating to a more expansive location in Shirley, MA. While this year marks ECER Inc.’s 20th year in the electronics recycling industry, the company is not content to rest on its laurels. By 2030, they hope to increase their e-waste recycling capabilities by 200% and expand to other states on the outskirts of their current area of operation.

The company’s longevity can be attributed to a number of factors. From day one, they have always made it a point to have prompt, courteous, reliable service. Fostering a positive relationship between company & customer starts with treating others the way you wish to be treated and always keeping your promises. Having loyal, dedicated management & employees have also played a large part in ECER Inc.’s long term success.

ECER Inc. looks back fondly on the last twenty years, but is always looking ahead and completely focused on the next twenty. They remain steadfast in their commitment toward total customer satisfaction.

To obtain a quote for electronics dumpster service, events, or single live load collections http://www.ecerinc.com

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Dr. Eugene Gu: Changing the World Through Cool Quit

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Dr. Eugene Gu

LOS ANGELES, CA, USA, May 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — When it comes to changing the world in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, not many have been as effective as Dr. Eugene Gu. Dr. Gu is the CEO and co-founder of Cool Quit, LLC, a smoking cessation telemedicine company that has now turned its attention, infrastructure, and resources to the fight against COVID-19. "It may sound like a platitude by now, but I truly do believe that we are all in this together. That means we must all do what we can whether we are big or small to help each other and the American people during the worst pandemic in modern history."

With new updates to Cool Quit, it seems that Dr. Eugene Gu's stock is on the rise. "We are very happy to announce that we can now offer at-home coronavirus testing kits to patients." Eugene Gu said when talking about the latest telemedicine innovation in his product line. "We have effectively been able to leverage the changing healthcare laws and expansion of telemedicine allowances to get people free telehealthcare and even free home testing kits that are reimbursed by their insurance companies."

Before the at-home coronavirus testing kits were announced, however, Cool Quit had been already putting in the work with free COVID-19 screening, evaluation, and testing for elderly Medicare patients in 42 states including Alabama, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Maine, Michigan, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Washington, and West Virginia. "It was a huge deal and I am happy to say that thanks to the flexibility of our staff as well as our ability to stay vigilant and nimble, we were able to get testing set up in those locations and even rural underserved areas that needed it the most." Eugene Gu noted. "I think that right now, it is important for us to stand up for those that need help the most, and that means our elderly seniors who are most affected by this pandemic. We also are reaching out to patients with underlying health conditions like obesity, diabetes, hypertension." Eugene Gu continued.

Eugene Gu, it should be noted, is a Stanford trained medical doctor who found his way into the medical testing world. "It was a way for me to do something greater than just seeing patients one on one. I found it to be a way to impact communities in a more positive way." Eugene Gu said. "I found that developing telemedicine tools and health monitoring programs could impact more people at once than my practice ever could."

Eugene Gu is also quick to point out how impressed he is with the doctors within his own organization and their ability to react in times of crisis. "I think it is important that physicians always put their patients first." Eugene Gu noted. "For many of our physicians at Cool Quit, telemedicine is a completely new technology to them." Eugene Gu continues. "But they learned quickly and adapted to the rapidly changing healthcare needs that the worst pandemic in modern history requires. I couldn’t be more proud of their hard work and dedication".

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Ultrasonic Object Detection Sensors Reduce Costs on the Farm

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Senix ToughSonic Ultrasonic Level and Distance Sensors with Built-in Switch Capabilities can Reduce Costs and Saves Farmers Money

HINESBURG, VT, USA, May 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — An innovative sonic spray attachment from a farm equipment manufacturer uses Senix ultrasonic level and distance sensors for object detection to detect orchard trees and precisely control the application of sprayed materials. The farmers that use this sonic spray attachment use 25% to 40% less spray material.

The sonic spray saves farmers money by reducing the amount of spray material used, simply by turning off the spray when no tree is present. The sonic spray reduces material usage by 25% to 40%, depending on tree size and row spacing. It also reduces unproductive trips back and forth to refill the sprayer. Even small growers can realize a return on investment in less than two years. There are very few agricultural investments that offer that kind of ROI and an environmental benefit as well.

The sonic spray attachment uses six high-speed Senix ToughSonic 50 ultrasonic sensors to detect trees. The spray valves are turned on or off at exactly the right time to treat the trees, but not the empty space between the trees. When a tree is detected by one or more sensors, a signal is sent to the system controller. The sensor’s analog output is combined with data on ground speed and operator inputs to control spray valves. This output is also displayed on the CAN display so the operator can see what each sensor is detecting.

The operator has push-button control over which sensor and spray zones are active and the maximum distance each sensor will measure. For example, if the display indicates that the sensors are picking up trees from the next row, the maximum detection distance can be reduced so the further trees are ignored. The SenixVIEW configuration and analysis software, allows farmers to adjust ultrasonic sensors during product development and testing. Being able to connect a laptop and fine tune system performance in the field definitely can accelerate the product development process. Further, the ability to provide the spray operators with real-time, push-button command over sensor behavior significantly improves control and productivity.

Synchronizing all six sensors to prevent them from receiving signals from one another was also important. Using the ToughSonic SYNCH feature and RS-485 serial output offered on all Senix sensors, farmers are able to tune the on-board sensor array. Master and slave sensors are defined and each one operates in precise synchronization with the others. A 50 millisecond measurement interval is maintained to detect small branches even while traveling at 3 mph to 4 mph.

The Senix ToughSonic ultrasonic sensor also provide simultaneous serial and digital outputs. The speed of RS-485 communications was necessary to synchronize all six sensors, while the analog output provides system control and operator display data. Senix ultrasonic sensors are unique in their ability to provide multiple simultaneous serial, analog and switch outputs.

Farm-tough ultrasonic sensors………….. any sensor installed on farm machinery has to be weather-tight, rugged and durable enough to withstand regular use in the field. Senix ToughSonic sensors are made of 316 Stainless Steel, with potted in electronics and have an IP68 rating.

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Drane Ranger Now Offering Septic Tank Cleaning Services to Industrial Parks

One of Texas’ finest in residential septic tank cleaning services is now helping industrial parks too.

HOUSTON, TEXAS, US, May 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Representatives with Drane Ranger announced today that the company is now providing septic cleaning services to industrial parks in Texas.

“We are excited to offer septic tank cleaning and pumping services to industrial parks in Texas,” said Jeb Woods, spokesperson for Drane Ranger.

“The septic tank on your industrial park is a critical component of the onsite wastewater treatment system. Having the septic tank cleaned at regular intervals and maintained in good condition is important for your park to run smoothly.”

“Septic tanks in industrial parks and other commercial establishments need professional attention from trained and experienced experts,” explained Woods and added, “Poorly-maintained septic tanks will lead to system failure, which is very costly, it is imperative that businesses have their septic tanks regularly cleaned, drained, and inspected.”

Drane Ranger, according to Woods, has several services aimed directly at septic tanks, including regular services for industrial properties.

“If you have a large-scale array of septic tanks at an industrial park in Houston, Pearland, Alvin, or Sugarland, Drane Ranger will help you properly maintain them and provide safe disposal of the sewage,” Woods said.

“We are available around the clock to meet your commercial septic tank cleaning needs in Texas. When there is sewage or the septic alarm goes off, call us for fast septic tank cleaning in Houston or the nearby areas. We will be there as quickly as possible to get your septic system on your industrial park cleaned and working correctly.”

Drane Ranger is committed to the safe, responsible, and sustainable treatment and disposal of all non-hazardous wastewater. The company prides itself on complying with all local and state regulations in both our disposal methods and the certification of all our staff. Doing so ensures that customers receive the best experience possible but also helps Drane Ranger keep Houston and the surrounding areas beautiful for today’s residents and all the generations to come.

For more information, please visit: https://draneranger.com/services/ and https://draneranger.com/about-us/

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About Drane Ranger

Since 1985, Drane Ranger has been focused on two major components of a successful business: customer service and outstanding work. We ensure that your needs are met, whether that’s helping with that grease trap or handling your liquid waste that needs fast and proper disposal. We are always courteous and mindful of your customers and business.

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Phone: 281-489-1765

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Wesley Batterton Offers Hunting Tips to Stay Safe From Covid-19

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Wesley Batterton

MONTGOMERY, TX, USA, May 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Ever since the outbreak of Covid-19, Wesley Batterton has been concerned about how hunting and fishing could be affected. And as changing regulations and seasons affect hunters around the nation, Wesley Batterton is worried that some may take steps that could harm themselves or others. That's why he recently spoke out about safe ways to hunt during this crisis that prevent health issues.

Practice Social Distancing

Wesley Batterton has been social distancing since day one of the pandemic, he states, but knows that many people prefer spending time with friends and family members when hunting. So does he, but now is not the time to be too picky. As a result, Wesley Batterton has suggested that people who want to avoid Covid-19 should practice social distancing when out in the woods.

That doesn't mean you can't go out with friends, he says. Instead, Wesley Batterton states that you should both wear the best masks that you can find and stay six feet from each other. Put on your hunting gloves, too, to make aiming and shooting more comfortable. And Wesley Batterton also suggests sanitizing hands frequently during the hunt to avoid the spread further.

Ignore Opening Day

Opening Day is so huge in many parts of the country, Wesley Batterton says, that many schools close down to let students hunt. However, Covid-19 has changed the fun of this day and made the social excitement and interaction dangerous, Wesley Batterton says. So instead of going out on the first day of the season, he suggests staying home instead.

Wesley Batterton understands that such a suggestion may seem almost blasphemous for some hunters. It's not something that he enjoys, he states, but is an integral part of fighting off this pandemic. Wesley Batterton says that going out on another day – such as the second or third day – decreases your chances of spreading Covid-19 or getting it. It also reduces your chances of the big buck, he says, but the sacrifice is worth it.

Find Private Land

Lastly, Wesley Batterton states that it is a great idea to avoid state land, as much as possible, when hunting. State land is free to hunt on in most areas, he says, but will be filled with hunters like you looking to find the most prominent game. As a result, Wesley Batterton says that it is a better idea to take a break from these public lands and seek out private land where you can hunt.
Not everybody has the money to buy private land, he says, but that doesn't mean that private land is unavailable. Many people will rent out their land to hunters, Wesley Batterton says, and if you rent a piece of property for the whole season, you can hunt here without the fears of Covid-19.

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REsurety launches REmap – expanding the clean energy industry’s access to critical value and risk analytics

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REsurety’s new REmap tool shows how the COVID-19 shutdown, low natural gas prices, and high winds drove the wholesale value of electricity (weighted for time of production) to all-time lows in parts of the Lower Midwest – even dropping below $2 a MWh.

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Map-based SaaS tool provides unprecedented insight into clean energy markets, illustrates COVID-19 impact on renewable projects and record-setting low prices

REmap is a sea change in the access to quantity and quality of data.”

— Joan Hutchinson, Managing Director of Marathon Capital

BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES, May 28, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — A new information services product that harnesses a massive project performance dataset and suite of financial analytics that industry leaders use to make long-term asset and contract decisions for wind and solar energy has revealed that the low energy demand during the coronavirus shutdown, combined with low natural gas prices and high renewable generation, has resulted in unprecedented low power prices in multiple U.S. markets.

REsurety, the industry leader in clean energy valuation and risk analytics, said the insights available from its Renewable Energy Market Analytics Platform (“REmap”) include that the production-weighted wholesale price of electricity for wind projects fell to all-time lows during the COVID-19 pandemic across markets including SPP, PJM and MISO – with extreme lows reaching below $2 per MWh for the entire month of April in high wind penetration regions such as Oklahoma.

REsurety today is publicly announcing the launch of its REmap information service. The REmap tool integrates weather and power market data at an unprecedented scale, calculating hourly financial performance for 15,000 operational and greenfield locations, which REsurety uses to provide clients with the industry-wide context and site-specific depth of insight needed to make better decisions faster.

“We’re expanding the access to our secret sauce,” said REsurety CEO Lee Taylor. For years, REsurety has used its proprietary data and analytics to support the analysis of hedging instruments. Now, through REmap, REsurety makes that insight available by subscription to support a much broader set of use cases, including greenfield prospecting, M&A diligence, and offtake and hedge analysis.

“Clean energy markets are going through a revolution,” Taylor added. “The scale and complexity of risks facing clean energy projects and their offtakers are at an all-time high. Understanding and managing those risks requires a step change in information – and that’s why we built REmap.”

REmap leverages REsurety’s unique expertise at the intersection of atmospheric science, power market modeling and big data. Billions of data points from many sources are collected, cleansed, and analyzed to provide the financial metrics that are critical to renewable energy decision makers’ success. Existing customers include developers, hedge providers, C&I buyers, and advisors.

“REmap is a sea change in the access to quantity and quality of data,” said Joan Hutchinson, Managing Director of Marathon Capital, an early REmap client. “It has assisted Marathon in providing our clients with data-driven insights and solutions efficiently – even before project data is shared.”

Jim Howell, CEO of Birch Infrastructure, also a REmap client, commented, “Identifying the optimal location to invest in renewables has always been somewhat of a dark art – relying on intuition and point-specific analyses. REmap gives us the information we need to truly optimize our procurement and hedging activities.”

Information about the REmap tool and its applications can be downloaded HERE, or for more information, go to resurety.com/remap.

Companies may request an online demo of the REmap product by a member of the REsurety team by contacting remap@resurety.com. Members of the news media may arrange for a demo by contacting Peter Kelley, peter@renewcomm.com, 202-270-8831.

About REsurety
REsurety is the leading provider of valuation analytics and risk management services to buyers and sellers of renewable energy. With deep expertise at the intersection of weather and power markets, REsurety has built unrivaled databases and analytical systems that enable a more precise understanding of the value and risk of intermittent power generation from wind and solar plants. Having supported nearly 6,000 MW of transactions since 2015, REsurety is rapidly changing the way renewable energy is bought and sold across the globe. For more information, visit www.resurety.com

Peter L. Kelley
RenewComm LLC
+1 202-270-8831
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Video demo of REmap: State of Renewable Markets in the COVID-19 Period


Source: EIN Presswire