April 2012 Issue
Annual salary survey indicates respondents are content with current pace.
Not many respondents feel their jobs are in jeopardy.
Lack of recognition leads the pack.
Most find their jobs to be more than okay.
Job security is above average, but at a price.
Slightly more chemical processing professionals have received a raise in the last year.
Some are concerned, others are not.
Challenge and stimulating work are top satisfiers.
The researchers hope to explore the catalytic potential of a wide range of sulfidic and carbidic materials.
Researchers say coating improves energy efficiency and may prevent corrosion of the underlying surface.
Readers recommend significant upgrades to a relief system.
Total cost of ownership is becoming a key factor in selecting equipment.
Expect EPA to be more creative and ambitious in enforcing TSCA violations.
Nations vary markedly in number of cases brought and level of enforcement.
Codes simplify getting access to useful information.
Ensure that dealing with a safety problem doesn't cause a second risk.
Tackle distractions that impair operator performance and process efficiency.
Technique promises more-energy-efficient water purification
Some equations have stood the test of time.
Several options can improve condensate recovery.
Consider a number of factors before deciding.
Buildup can prompt erratic performance of distillation columns.
Women now predominate in process industries publishing.