By Peter A. Kirk, II, Protective Systems Product Manager, Saint-Gobain Performance Plastics The proper tools and equipment are imperative for professionals of all kinds to do their jobs safely and effectively.
By Jim Lane, Editor and Publisher, Biofuels Digest Construction commences this month in
Process industry automation growth continued in 2007 with robust investments in manufacturing and infrastructure industries. Automation expenditures in the process industries reached $45.5 billion dollars in 2007 and is forecasted to exceed $61 billion by 2012.
SHANNON DININNY Associated Press Writer - June 3, 2009 RICHLAND, Wash. (AP) - A quarter
JIM SALTER Associated Press Writer - June 3, 2009 ST. LOUIS (AP) - Despite a law making it harder to buy ingredients to make methamphetamine, lab busts are on the rise in Missouri. Meanwhile, the state continues to lead the nation in meth incidents, and by a wide margin.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Less than three years ago, two West Tennessee biodiesel plants opened with the potential to produce millions of gallons of biodiesel fuel annually, but today the plants are idle.
GREENFIELD, Mass. (AP) - A citizens group opposed to the construction of a wood-burning power plant in Greenfield has filed notice that it intends to sue the state for failing to require a full environmental report on the project.
RAY LILLEY Associated Press Writer - May 29, 2009 WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) - A test flight of a commercial airliner partially powered by plant oil showed the biofuel could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by up to 65 percent on long-haul flights, Air New Zealand said Friday.
JIM HEINTZ Associated Press Writer - May 29, 2009 SHCHUCHYE, Russia (AP) - Rising out of the rolling fields and tree-lined country roads of southern Siberia is a complex of hulking metal buildings, piping and high-security fencing.
HOUSTON (AP) - Exxon Mobil Chemical Technology Licensing LLC on Thursday said it signed a deal with Saudi International Petrochemical Co.
Marlyn Huwe, Maintenance Clerk,Yaskawa Electric America Can you imagine having a picnic during a full blown hazmat incident? Well I had a front row seat. On a record setting hot and humid day in early June, production was in full swing at Yaskawa Electric America, Inc.
ERNEST SCHEYDER AP Energy Writer - May 28, 2009 NEW YORK (AP) - DuPont Chief
IRVINE, Calif. -- BlueFire Ethanol Fuels, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: BFRE), a company changing the world's transportation fuel paradigm through the production of ethanol from non-food cellulosic wastes, announced that Solazyme, Inc.
The past is a great historical document highlighting our successes and mistakes, but it can't be held onto simply because we miss the feel of a sun-soaked vinyl seat.