October 2009 Issue
Surveying and drafting skills can pay off for process people.
Readers provide their input on content of recent columns.
Its your chance to impact National Enforcement Program priorities.
Study shows cost of animal testing will significantly increase.
Heat integration may deliver complications instead of expected benefits.
The American Chemistry Council is moving proactively to influence legislation.
Readers suggest solutions for dryer difficulties.
Wireless system succeeds in avoiding costs and increasing uptime.
Folded molecules promise better asymmetric catalysis.
Readers respond to the merits of helping youth; warn of the dangers of running pumps dry.
Six technology trends promise to transform plants and entire enterprises.
User-friendly features bring things into focus
The technique can provide insights on a variety of equipment.
Some easy-to-take steps can yield significant savings.
First understand whats really causing the problem.