Air & Earth completes for the 4th time since 2009 the Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory Contaminated Sediment and Invasive Species Removal Project in the Mohawk River at Schenectady NY for the US Navy and Department of Energy.
New York Empire State Development selects Air & Earth to participate in the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Governors and Premiers Leadership Summit in Quebec City Canada.
New York Empire State Development selects Air & Earth to participate in the China Import Expo Trade Mission in Kunshan China.
New York SBDC selects Air & Earth to present to the State University of New York Board of Trustees Research and Economic Development Committee.
New York SBDC selects Air & Earth 2015 Exporter of The Year.
Battelle selects Air & Earth to present in the 8th International Conference on Remediation and Management of Contaminated Sediments in New Orleans Louisiana.
2013 Battelle Conference Presentation Abstract-KAPL Project Improvements Made Since 2011 | AIR & EARTH LLC Improvements to Sediment Remediation and Zebra Mussel Removal Technology Results from a Confined Space Project at Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory (KAPL) since 2011 … Read More
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October 2013 – NYSSBDC Business & Trade Mission to China | AIR & EARTH LLC 2013, OCTOBER- NYSSBDC BUSINESS & TRADE MISSION TO CHINA TOM KRYZAK WILL SPEND TWO WEEKS ON THE NYSSBDC TRADE MISSION AND THEN MEET … Read More
Corals Bleached and Dying in Overheated South Asian Waters | AIR & EARTH LLC CORALS BLEACHED AND DYING IN OVERHEATED SOUTH ASIAN WATERS http://ens-newswire.com/2010/08/16/corals-bleached-and-dying-in-overheated-south-asian-waters-3/ January 1, 2013 http://ens-newswire.com/2010/08/16/corals-bleached-and-dying-in-overheated-south-asian-waters-3/ August 24, 2013 Corals Bleached and Dying in Overheated South Asian Waters … Read More