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on 'Water/Wastewater'

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  • The environment and the next four years

    What does Bush’;s reelection mean? Expect more of the same policies, but also some new faces at EPA. The wildcards are the role of third-party activists and the identification of priorities.

    Lynn Bergeson
    12/06/2004
  • Lights up on emissions monitoring

    This article takes a new look at optical remote sensing (ORS) technology — which has become simpler, more reliable and more accurate, yet its popularity for monitoring emissions has not grown.

    Nick Basta
    11/01/2004
  • Process integration extends its reach

    Thousands of successful applications worldwide testify to the value of process integration technology in reducing energy costs and increasing capacity through debottlenecking.

    Robin Smith
    11/01/2004
  • Sealless pumps get their turn

    Cost and design improvements are spurring increasing use, particularly for handling hazardous fluids.

    Nick Basta
    09/16/2004
  • Order up better measurements

    Second-order instruments can provide improved accuracy and reliability for electrochemical and other sensors.

    Larry Berger
    09/16/2004
  • The future is in plastics

    Single-use equipment is finding a place in the biopharmaceutical industry. One company has even designed a new bioprocessing facility around the disposable equipment.

    Diane Dierking
    09/16/2004
  • Energy savings are in the air

    Anywhere compressed air can be eliminated represents an opportunity to reduce system operating expenses. Often, this reduction means fewer compressors must operate to meet the plant's air requirements.

    Christopher Schmidt, Mark D'Antonio and Alan MacDougall
    08/05/2004
  • Sites summon specialists

    The recent painful downturn and high energy costs are pushing corporate managers in the chemical industry to do whatever they can to improve company margins.

    Nick Basta
    06/01/2004
  • Make HSE a Priority

    An effective health, safety and environmental management system will improve workflow and HSE performance

    Rebecca Pehler
    06/01/2004
  • Don't Send Money Down the Drain

    A versatile system meets Federal standards while minimizing VOCs in wastewater

    Terrence T. Virnig, P.E., C.H.M.M., Synthetech Inc., and John A. Meidl
    03/31/2004
  • Avoid Assembly Hassles

    Skid-mounted systems can minimize construction headaches and expedite projects.

    12/05/2003
  • Crack the Code

    When specifying dust collectors, it may not be necessary to follow ASME code to the letter. Ask the right questions and ask them early

    10/15/2003
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