When you turn on your tree, and the family sighed, because there’s a light that won’t light on one side, don’t throw old lights away, that’s wasteful, you see — recycle them instead with the RSOC.
Ann Arbor-based Aqua-Channel has been awarded a contract by the Michigan Department of Transportation to install the Parjana energy-passive groundwater recharge system at Canton Township’s Mettetal Airport.
Visitors who park at the Detroit headquarters of DTE Energy are experiencing first-hand the utility’s commitment to renewable energy. Their vehicles are sheltered under a 285-foot-long by 22-foot-wide solar photovoltaic canopy custom engineered by Duo-Gard Industries Inc. in Canton Township.
DTE Gas, a subsidiary of Detroit-based DTE Energy Co., announced Tuesday that it is now providing pipeline-quality natural gas that was converted from landfill gas to its residential customers as part of its commitment to renewable energy.
Camtronics, a security systems integrator in Detroit, said Monday it had collaborated with the pre-K-through-8 All Saints Catholic School and the Canton Police Department to implement a new lock-down system reducing response time in the event of a campus threat.
The ABC Warehouse at 43435 Ford Road in Canton Township will host a special showcase of Sony’s new 4K Ultra High Definition Television Saturday.
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Enovate’s portfolio of mobile and wall-mounted workstations come alive for children as turtles, ladybugs and other animals in a new line of products for the pediatric environment called Emagination Stations.
Community Financial Credit Union members can now access their accounts at any time from just about anywhere with the credit union’s recently unveiled mobile banking, including downloadable apps for iPhone and Android phones.
Canton Township is currently collaborating with Chevron Energy Solutions on an energy efficiency project, which will decrease utility costs by reducing electricity, gas and water usage, reducing Canton Township’s utility costs more than $5.7 million over the next 15 years.