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  • The impact of the European Union's directives on the U.S.

    The Restrictions of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (the RoHS Directive) is part of a growing wave of European Union product-based regulations that will profoundly impact global and United States product standards — and thus the chemical industry.

    Lynn Bergeson, regulatory editor
  • Small sensors promise big impact

    Because many environmental applications of nanotechnology will almost certainly revolutionize the science, law, and regulation of water pollution, readers are urged to keep abreast of this fast-changing area.

    Lynn Bergeson, regulatory editor
  • Paired processes aim to fuel biodiesel buildup

    The first plant to go from biomass to syngas to biodiesel is slated for 2007 startup. Once started up early next year, the unit will feed in 75,000 mt/yr of wood chips and straw to make so-called SunDiesel.

  • Ribbon blender ups production of powders

    Read about a new mixing process increases annual capacity by almost 900%. The ribbon blender incorporates a bag dump station, a receiving hopper, and a pneumatic conveying system.

    Charlie Divine, Munson Machinery Company, Inc.
  • Wireless wins wider role

    Wireless is poised for a big breakthrough in plant operations because of its ease of use, safety and potential for energy savings.

    C. Kenna Amos, contributing editor
  • Separations in flux

    Separation processes often account for more than 50 percent of a chemical company's operating costs. Read how membranes and other non-thermal technologies poised to win a wider role.

    Mike Spear, editor at large
  • Safeguard plant safety

    The worst thing that can happen at your plant is that an employee suffers a serious injury from a preventable accident. Follow some proven maintenance pointers to keep operations safe.

    Joe Kaulfersch, Pepperl+Fuchs
  • Flow metering gets more fluid

    There are more and more funcationalities being added to your most trusted instrumentation. These established technologies have expand their reach and performance.

    Mike Spear, editor at large
  • Track that spill

    Chemical Processing's readers offer tips about how to locate and identify a chemical spill.

  • Don’t waste your boilers

    Chemical Processing's readers offer tips about how to properly isolate a waste heat boiler.

  • Know when the end is near

    Chemical Processing's readers offer tips about how to determine resin-reaction end point.

  • Optimize Water Use

    Four major drivers are spurring increasing interest in optimizing water use.

    Tabatha Pellerin and John Woodhull, ENSR International
  • Chemical makers play the power game

    Chemical manufacturers are using a range of strategies to cope with rising power costs. They are relying more on pooling and cogeneration.

    Mike Spear, editor at large
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