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  • Product of the Week

    ChemicalProcessing.com introduces Product of the Week to highlight new products we think chemical processors should know about.

    01/19/2009
  • Product of the Week

    ChemicalProcessing.com introduces Product of the Week to highlight new products we think chemical processors should know about.

    01/12/2009
  • Product of the Week

    ChemicalProcessing.com introduces Product of the Week to highlight new products we think chemical processors should know about.

    01/05/2009
  • Product of the Week

    ChemicalProcessing.com introduces Product of the Week to highlight new products we think chemical processors should know about.

    09/04/2008
  • Predicting Motor Failure

    Power signatures reveal potential problems with performance and reliability.

    Sheila Kennedy, contributing editor
    08/25/2008
  • A New Look for New Products

    Chemical Processing unveils its new look for new products through a resource center that covers hundreds of chemical industry must-haves.

    08/25/2008
  • Improve your supply chain

    A study of global chemical industry best practices provides insights on how.

    Christopher F. Lange
    02/05/2008
  • EPA assesses link to greenhouse gases

    Steps taken during manufacturing can significantly impact landfill emissions, advises Lynn Bergeson, regulatory editor, in this month's Compliance Advisor column.

    Lynn Bergeson, regulatory editor
    09/27/2007
  • Politics, Appearances and Thinking Green

    The push to “green” energy is good for automation vendors everywhere, but U.S. government rhetoric may put companies on this side of the Atlantic at a competitive disadvantage.

    08/01/2007
  • Sleep with the enemy

    Stop fighting environmentalists and embrace them because it’s good for the planet and business. The challenge for the chemical industry is to win support in the court of public opinion before building or expansion plans run into trouble. And the key to that lies in a company’s willingness to understand the complex and sometimes conflicting motives of opposition groups and to communicate effectively to all constituencies.

    Alan Metrick, Alan Metrick Communications
    07/24/2007
  • Publishing suffers a deep loss

    Longest-serving editor embodied the best of the profession. Mark Rosenzweig pays tribute to the late Nick Chopey.

    Mark Rosenzweig, Editor in Chief
    04/12/2007
  • Vehicle emissions case promises broad impact

    A Supreme Court ruling could affect voluntary efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, according to Mike Spear, editor at large, in his monthly End Point column.

    Mike Spear, editor at large
    01/08/2007
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