Nearly 700 residents from Hippo district in Japan's Miyagi prefecture, just northeast of Fukushima, filed a claim Tuesday with a government arbitration office demanding that they be given the same compensation as residents of Fukushima.
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At least 200 union workers picketed FirstEnergy Corp.'s annual shareholder meeting in West Virginia on Tuesday, demanding the Ohio-based utility hire enough people to keep the power on without forcing an ever-shrinking labor force to work as many as 1,800 hours of overtime a year.
A proposal that aims to create thousands of jobs in southern Illinois by kick-starting high-volume oil and gas drilling and regulate the hydraulic fracturing industry cleared the House Executive Committee Tuesday in an 11-0 vote, sending it on to the House floor.
The ChemSeal™, from Chemineer, Inc., is designed specifically for agitator service. ChemSeal is a true agitator seal featuring high runout, reverse rotation and reverse pressure capability.
WATER/WASTEWATER: MecWash Systems introduces the Duo 400 -- a compact, fully automatic and self-contained aqueous cleaning system that meets the highest “visually clean and dry” cleanliness and inspection standards. Ideal for cell-manufacturing or within a centralized layout, the Duo 400 measures just 60” (W) x 64” (D) x 89” (H) so it occupies a small footprint.
WATER/WASTEWATER: New Age Industries, Inc.'s nylobrade braid-reinforced PVC hose is manufactured from a PVC compound free of DEHP and other plasticizers. The compound also meets California Proposition 65 and helps customers meet regulations involving DEHP and other known cancer-causing chemicals.
The Food Safety Update section of Food Manufacturing is designed to offer our readers insight into the state of food safety concerns across the industry. We received hundreds of responses to April’s survey on developing a HACCP plan.
WATER/WASTEWATER: The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued a formal Notice of Allowance for a fifth patent to treat industrial wastewaters including those that are produced during the exploration and production of oil and natural gas.
Virtualization, the practice of using a software layer to let one physical computing server run multiple applications on virtual machines, enables manufacturers to maximize their return on hardware investments while conserving precious real estate on the plant floor.
WATER/WASTEWATER: Agri Beef Co.'s processing facility, Washington Beef, has built a new biogas plant which captures methane from an anaerobic lagoon which is part of the plant's water treatment system. The biogas is used in the company’s steam boilers displacing nearly 20 percent of the facility’s natural gas needs.
Former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer said Monday that he is "focused like a laser" on improving the Stillwater Mining Co. after being elected chairman of the board — but he also isn't ruling out a potential U.S. Senate run, saying he's good at "keeping a couple of balls in the air."
The wait for answers is far from over for parents who for years have lived with the worry of not knowing what's behind the mysterious cancers that have sickened dozens of children in a rural area of northern Ohio. Despite a federal civil lawsuit that points toward a possible cause, the issue is far from settled.
An engineering firm accused of firing a whistleblower for reporting unsafe conditions at an eastern Kansas nuclear power plant plans to appeal the ruling by federal regulators, the firm said Monday.
Alaska has unveiled a plan to determine the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge's oil and gas potential, as the state looks to reinvigorate the debate over whether to drill on the refuge's coastal plain.
The $1.1 billion cost of selling a coal-fired power plant from one FirstEnergy Corp. subsidiary to another is "a reasonable price for protection" against the more expensive option of buying electricity on the spot market to meet demand in West Virginia, a utility executive said Monday.
A longtime coal operator plans to open seven mines in the heart of the eastern Kentucky coalfields in a venture expected to create more than 250 jobs in a hard-pressed region where several thousand mining jobs have disappeared in recent years.