With new domestic and international regulations and standards published daily, it's difficult for laboratories to keep up with changes and maintain compliance.
In the pharmaceutical and bioprocess environments, strict quality control standards ensure that production meets specification.
Industrial facilities of all kinds in the U.S. are required to adhere to federal standards, and the food processing industry is certainly no exception.
Wallace & Tiernan, part of USFilter, a Siemens business, designs and manufactures a broad range of water and wastewater treatment systems.
Emission control equipment offers varied technologies, temperatures, and costs By Charles M.
Find out how existing reactors and plants can be improved significantly By Michael Rosellen, Mark
Security Webcasts The ChemITC Chemical Sector Cyber Security Program has produced three new webcasts to help IT and manufacturing system security professionals at chemical companies as they implement cyber security practices.
Safety Suggestions Labelmaster, Chicago, has released its 2007 catalog of regulatory compliance products.
Useful Web Sites Dow Chemical Co., Midland, MI, has launched a Web site dedicated to energy and climate change. It provides details on the company's energy efficiency efforts, exploration of renewable and alternative energy sources, and science and technology solutions for future generations.
We've heard what's being done by industry associations to remedy some of the industry's biggest challenges, but at CHEM.INFO we want to hear how our readers are tackling or planning to tackle their toughest issues.
A diligently maintained pump can reduce your costs while increasing efficiency. This review offers suggestions for minimizing pumping time, cutting fuel consumption, and ultimately boosting profits By Mike Austen Make sure all fittings are airtight.
You can reduce energy costs for ventilation and emission control systems with careful attention to volumetric flow rate, pressure, density, and fan efficiency. Here's how to meet the challenge
Almost everyone has experienced that unpleasant rotten egg smell that comes from hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) gas, but it is generally not a serious health problem when we're traveling past a dairy, poultry farm, or wastewater treatment plant.
It's a tough world out there, especially in production areas that involve harsh chemicals or corrosive environmental elements such as coastal air.