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Welcome to Eco-Rental Solutions, LLC!

We are passionate about the environmental testing equipment and instrumentation business! We've started this company because we want to be able to provide our customers better equipment rental service, better equipment, and still maintain a competitive rate. We offer the best environmental testing instruments to reliably provide quality data in the rigorous environment of field use. So whether you need to test air quality, perform soil testing, water conditions, etc, we make sure every instrument is properly maintained and calibrated to meet manufacturers' specifications. Let us provide your company an efficient, user-friendly rental and sales process that will save you time and money. We now have 6 locations in New York, Missouri, and California that service the entire United States.

Unprecedented Water Cutbacks Approved in California

California officials are taking drastic measures to conserve water in light of the state’s ongoing four-year drought. In an effort to safeguard the state’s water supply, residents, governments and businesses are facing stricter limits to help with conservation efforts.
 

How will Climate Change Impact the Wetlands

Researchers at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center (SERC) in Edgewater, MD are hard at work conducting a series of non-traditional experiments in the tidal marsh on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay, to simulate the effects of climate change and water pollution on a vital ecosystem. The group is working hard to study plant processes that may predict the conditions of wetlands in approximately 100 years.
 

Solar Plant Under Construction in Buffalo

In June 2014, Elon Musk’s company, SolarCity announced it is buying panel maker, Silevo. The $350 million acquisition will result in the development of a Buffalo, NY factory and the creation of more than 2,900 jobs. According to a post on the company’s blog, the plant will be “one of the single largest solar panel production plants in the world.” It will be followed by even bigger facilities in the coming years.
 

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