Water/Wastewater Resource Center
Reports say endocrine-disrupting chemicals likely costs billions in health-care expenses.
Proposed rule recognizes the human-health issues and continues phase out.
Simple monitoring actions and adopting best practices may lead to significant savings
Nine hazardous chemicals go on watch list to prevent their import
White Papers: In Depth Research
Posted: Mar 18, 2015
The Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), London, has released its Global Water Report 2014. Water challenges, especially in the chemicals industry have not diminished and in fact, are becoming an increasingly larger concern for processors. As stated by Paul Si
Posted: Feb 24, 2015
The safety performance of industrial piping material cannot be overstated—these environments have hundreds, often thousands, of lives at stake. Among the many piping choices, the superior strength, performance and safety of CPVC make it an ideal system f
Posted: Dec 12, 2014
Water is a critical utility at process plants, often serving both as a heating and a cooling medium. Many process plants rely on this water for processing and other applications. Providing the water, usually by heating via steam coils or direct steam injec
Posted: Nov 18, 2014
Economic growth, industrialization and population growth are driving the increasing demand for water, while factors such as climate change, pollution and regulation are affecting the supply and costs related to water.” The chemical industry, being high