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FloDesign Sonics Aims to Bring Cell Therapy to the Masses

Making Waves The “filterless filter company,” as FloDesign Sonics dubs itself, was launched in 2010 in an effort to separate contaminants — particularly anthrax — from the water supply. There’s nothing trivial about that goal, but the company’s co-founder and CEO, Stanley Kowalski III, and his team have only been thinking bigger ever since. “We […]

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Environmental Engines Wants Consumers, Businesses to Make Clean Break

Fueling Interest Jim Cayon says he’s looking for an opportunity. A chance. A break. An open door. He probably used all those words and phrases as he talked with BusinessWest about relatively new and occasionally misperceived products and his ongoing quest to prove that they work, can save users money and substantially reduce pollution. To […]

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Connecticut River Conservancy Keeps Watershed Efforts Flowing

Keeping Current When the Connecticut River Watershed Council was formed in 1952, its leaders brought attention to the river’s obvious problems, most notably the raw sewage floating in it. Sixty-five years later, the organization, which recently rebranded as the Connecticut River Conservancy, has assembled a long record of not only cleanup, but dam removals and […]

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