Industrial companies can realize cost, efficiency and operational benefits from an integrated energy master plan vs. a piecemeal approach to managing energy and sustainability initiatives.
If the innovation process goes offshore, America will lose much of its capacity to generate wealth and that decline in long-term economic growth is assured.
Companies should take note when consumers speak, rather than merely making eye contact. Otherwise, consumers may look for someone who listens.
Growth in the renewable chemicals is being driven by factors such as a strong pipeline of novel products, government policies, energy prices, consumer awareness and concerns for global warming.
Maintaining clean food preparation facilities helps ease food poisoning concerns and keep food companies’ reputations — as well as the public — safe.
The different rotary positive displacement pump technologies can be compared and how they compare regarding their performance bands and other criteria is important.
While the natural food craze is mainly harmless (and even good for you), the growing popularity of raw milk is sending scores to the hospital — all in the name of good health.
It's quite possible — perhaps even probable — that after all the testing it has undergone, seafood that leaves the Gulf today is safer than any in recent memory. So why the public hesitation?
The more complicated the supply chain, the more manufacturers need to be aware of the effect their business has on others, as well as their suppliers’ effect on their own operations.
The correct application of a pump’s performance band allows refinement to the transfer process, permitting new and enhanced applications that were previously not possible or reliable.
In the short term, manufacturing costs are likely to rise — because there isn't a "Next China."
To be blunt, many rural areas in the U.S. offer the ultimate incentive for businesses these days — a low cost of living and a large available labor pool.
Fierce competition seems to be a tempting reason to ignore certain safety standards and procedures, but when you-know-what hits the fan, consumers become the victims.
The pace of biotechnology innovation associated with bioenergy is set to usher in a period of food abundance so intense that there will be far more food available than the world needs.
In order to mitigate the potentially heavy regulatory changes coming down the pike, food manufacturers and chemical producers need to be the ones to uncover and disclose the effects of their products on public health.