Category Archives: NAA News

GRC’s Anti-Graffiti MarketPlace Features Products and Services for Removal and Prevention of Graffiti Vandalism

Washington, D.C., April 22, 2015 – The Graffiti Resource Council (GRC) has developed a web-based MarketPlace featuring products, services and consultants for the prevention and removal of graffiti vandalism. It is the only online catalogue specifically for these products! The MarketPlace is easily accessible from a link on the GRC website, or directly via www.antigraffitimarketplace.com. While figures vary from city to city, annual costs associated with graffiti cleanup in cities across the United States range from $45 million to $12 billion! GRC’s Anti-Graffiti MarketPlace is...
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Carbon emissions higher in California ecosystems than previously thought, study finds

A recently published study has found that wildfires and deforestation have contributed more to greenhouse gas emissions than previously expected. The study, published online in the journal Forest Ecology and Management on Wednesday, was a collaborative effort between researchers with UC Berkeley and the U.S. National Park Service that assesses the amount of carbon stored and released in California ecosystems. The research could shed light on goals established in California’s mandated Global Warming Solutions Act, or AB 32, which requires the state to reduce greenhouse gas emissions...
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April Feature: The continuing evolution of aerosol automotive products

The aerosol automotive products category got off to a rather slow start. The products were never mentioned in H.R. Shepherd’s book Aerosol Science & Technology (1961) and only briefly in M.A. Johnsen’s The Aerosol Handbook (1972). In 1970, these products had a sales volume of 57.3 million units, of which about 85% were windshield de-icers (4.5% carbon dioxide [CO2] or nitrous oxid [N2O]) and engine starting fluids (9.1% CO2). The modest production volume was marketed by the Union Carbide Corp., Radiator Specialty Co., Turtle Wax,...
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