From the onset of the civilian nuclear era (marked by President Eisenhower’s “Atoms for Peace” speech to the United Nations in 1953) there has been a strong awareness of the importance of safety within the nuclear energy industry.
Emerson's Smart Wireless technology is helping E.ON UK accurately monitor and measure treated water usage, thus allowing trending and analysis to formulate target values at the company's Kingsnorth dual-fired power station.
The statistics-both staggering and sobering-are sounding the alarm for a radical transformation in the energy efficiency of pumping systems.
Chemically produced toner (CPT) is fast becoming the technology of choice in the imaging field as it produces a more controlled particle shape and size, while using less energy and producing less waste than conventional processing.
By Christine Pagcatipunan Process improvement and cost reduction are key motivators for any plant. As a result, automated tank cleaning is increasing in popularity.
With one digester already in place, Schmack BioEnergy looks to expand the use of its technology for converting biowaste to energy. By Jeff Reinke
Innovation Fuels ramps up its New York Harbor biodiesel plant to annually produce 1 million barrels of increasingly in-demand biodiesel comprised of waste-based feedstock, resulting in big gains for both the industry and company. By Carrie Ellis
Preventive measures are the best defense against many dangers in a processing plant, including dust explosions. By Gary Q. Johnson
By Bill Fleming Over the past few years, Congress, the media and grass-roots security groups have been increasingly scrutinizing the chemical industry.
Eco-printed products company Pixxlz is thinking of changing its tag line from "We Print Green" to "Our Product Is Crap."
When I started scripting this column the day before President Obama's inauguration, I began writing the introductory paragraph several times, but kept running head-first into a wall.
The Jet Pulverizer Co. of Moorestown, NJ, is now working with African Explosives Ltd., which is located in South Africa, to produce the finest high-purity material for its silicon metal detonator fuses.
While perusing a list of the Top Ten 'Most Popular' News Stories Of 2008 , compiled by Manufacturing.net , a few themes ring loud and clear as topics prevalent on the minds of manufacturing professionals.
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With one digester already in place, Schmack BioEnergy looks to expand the use of its technology for converting biowaste to energy. By Jeff Reinke There are plenty of clichés about how difficult situations can serve a useful purpose in pushing a company, team or individual forward.