April 2017 Issue
Some companies use those and other ruses to get free consulting
In one project, computer simulations tackle the amine chemical scrubber conundrum
Method mimics nature for more efficient, environmentally friendly oxidation process
Four technologies win funding for further development
The EPA is issuing framework rules on a timely basis
Address any issues with cooling tower fill before summer arrives
Progress in simulation provides improved mixer performance
Take steps to minimize their impact on the accuracy of pressure readings
Tackle serious flaws that often undermine efforts
Understand the advantages and limitations of the two main options
This year’s lineup covers myriad topics including safety, energy efficiency and water/wastewater.
Rhodium nanoparticles exposed to ultraviolet (UV) light catalyze the conversion of carbon dioxide almost exclusively to methane, report researchers at Duke University, Durham, N.C.
Survey shows many positive results but also some areas of concern
Performance raises serious concerns about current arrangement
We asked readers: How adequate is the attention your site gives to combustible dust control?
Projects involving field instruments gain a variety of benefits