Water/Wastewater Resource Center
Minimizing potable water intake is becoming more important as are conservation efforts
Program identifies potential interactions between chemicals and the endocrine system.
Researchers develop a purification process that’s carbon-negative and energy-positive.
Administration calls for updating and simplifying various regulations and guidance documents
White Papers: In Depth Research
Posted: Apr 21, 2015
Process Safety Management (PSM), driven by the OSHA 1910.119 standard, aims to prevent the unwanted release of hazardous chemicals. This whitepaper presents an overview of PSM, explains the requirements of a Mechanical Integrity (MI) program, and illustrat
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