Approximately 71% of the Earth’s surface is covered in water, however, a shortage of drinkable water is always a threat. This is partially because ocean water constitutes 96% of the earths supply, and the human body is incapable of metabolizing the amount of salt this water contains. Removing salt from water, or desalinating it, is an option, but can be an energy-intensive process.
According to the Solar Energy Industries Association, the solar energy market in the United States is booming—as of June 2018 55.9 gigawatts of total capacity, enough to power 10.7 million American homes, have been installed, representing a 13% increase year-over-year.
Selling used lab equipment can be an excellent way to recoup expenses. Whether you are investing in new equipment, reducing the services your lab provides, or closing down an entire laboratory, there are plenty of organizations ready and willing to take your used laboratory equipment off of your hands. However, it’s important to take into consideration which selling option is best for you. Selling, consignment, and liquidation auctions are three of the most common options.
As attitudes and laws and regulations continue to change when it comes to cannabis and its legality, the industry has, and should continue to experience booming growth. Cannabis utilized for medicinal purposes undergoes stringent lab testing – but what exactly does that mean?