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  • Dedicated to helping industry professionals explore and expand their use of filtration-separation technology and stay current on trends and developments to help improve operational efficiency
  • Plant Perspectives provides real-world insights from veteran engineers on how to identify and address or avoid process plant problems.
  • Getting the most out of equipment is crucial for efficient and economic plant operations. This eNewsletter will show how to optimize assets and lower costs
  • Monthly alert providing the latest information in new products available for process and plant optimization.
  • The career resource for chemical processing professionals
  • Alerts on special reports, upcoming webcasts and editorial & market surveys
  • This weekly edition presents all the news, articles and products new to ChemicalProcessing.com. An easy way to stay on top of what’s new in the chemical processing industry
  • Increasing power and fuel costs make it critical to boost efficiency and lower costs. This eNewsletter will show how to improve energy efficiency and optimize resources
  • Developments, trends and lessons learned from the Chemical Processing 50 — CP50. The CP50 is a comprehensive list of the movers and shakers in the chemical processing industry.
  • This newsletter offers readers access to trends and developments in the latest instrumentation news and applications. All the tools you'll need to achieve measurable success
  • Monthly e-news discussing the critical challenges of improving wastewater treatment and industrial water quality.
  • Monthly listing of whitepapers that have been added to ChemicalProcessing.com. These papers are available to registered members at no charge and may be downloaded immediately.
  • Dedicated to helping chemical industry professionals explore and expand their use of wireless technology to help improve operational efficiency, reduce wiring and project costs, and improve accuracy