Dow Chemical Co., Midland, MI, has been named winner of an American Chemistry Council Responsible Care Energy Efficiency Award.
Lanxess Corp.'s Material Protection Products business unit, Pittsburgh, has received EPA registration for several formulations based on the active ingredient benzisothiazolinone (BIT).
Tina Lockhart has been promoted to director of engineering at Moore Industries-International Inc., North Hills, CA.
Dow Performance Fluids is expanding its production capacity and technology capabilities in several key locations across the world.
Cargill plans to construct a specialty starches production line for the pulp-and-paper and corrugated cardboard industries at its existing site in Efremov in the Tula region of Russia.
CH2M Hill, an engineering, construction, and operations firm headquartered in Denver, hired nearly 900 professionals in the first quarter of the year to staff a growing number of water, transportation, environmental, and industrial projects worldwide.
Steve Scott and Ken Arner have been appointed to the positions of plant manager and engineer, respectively, at Diamond America Corp., an extrusion equipment manufacturer in Tallmadge, OH.
Koch-Glitsch LP's manufacturing site in Dallas has earned OSHA's STAR safety designation status, considered the most prestigious designation under OSHA's Voluntary Protection Program.
Material Transfer & Storage Inc., Allegan, MI, a material handling equipment manufacturer, is adding a new facility.
David K. Jones has been named to the new position of director of bioproducts for Ashland Inc., Dublin, OH.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc. has announced that a global supplier of testing and thermal processing services has selected the Thermo Scientific HiPerTOC total organic carbon benchtop analyzer for its environmental inorganic and organic carbon analyses of water samples.
A looming crisis over chemicals poses a threat to the U.S. economy, according to a new report released by AMR Research, the National Association of Manufacturers, and its Manufacturing Institute.
What's considered the largest gas-tight horizontal belt filter has been delivered by Finland's Larox Corp. for a solvent-based edible oil application.
The Minneapolis Water Works uses two Roots blowers that were installed and in continuous operation since 1941.