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    Use HAZOPs Properly

    A hazard and operability study (HAZOP) mostly is a safety design check, not a design development review. Making and finalizing major design choices should occur long before a ...
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    2022 Survey Shows Strong Satisfaction

    Results of our annual job satisfaction and salary survey point to favorable working conditions and sufficient compensation for chemical industry professionals. Salaries, bonuses...
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    It’s Time To Say Goodbye

    Mark Rosenzweig retires as Editor-in-Chief of Chemical Processing magazine.
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    Captured Carbon Dioxide Serves as Ethylene Feedstock

    Researchers at University of Illinois Chicago have developed an electrolysis-based system that converts nearly 100% of captured carbon dioxide into ethylene.
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    Upcycling Process Eliminates Sorting

    A coalition of researchers combined chemical and biological processes in a proof-of-concept that could expand the range of plastics that can be recycled.

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    Compliance: European Commission Spurs Confusion

    European Commission proposes adding new hazard classes and criteria to its CLP labeling regulations to address endocrine disruptors and substances that are persistent, bioaccumulative...
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    How Much Energy Can You Save?

    Pinch analysis and benchmarking offer reliable methods for determining energy savings.
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    Mind Materials-Handling Mischief Makers

    Pay close attention to attrition and agglomeration and how to handle these challenges when moving and delivering product.
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    Avoid Hazards in Dust Remediation

    Inspections, constant vigilance and good design are critical to mitigating dust hazards.
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    Baltic Blasts Cause Chemical Weapons Concerns

    A gas pipeline in the Baltic Sea ruptured dangerously close to a discarded stockpile of World War II era German chemical weapons and munitions, prompting fears of environmental...
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    Choose the Correct Air Compressor

    When selecting an air compressor, focusing on the energy bill for the current unit and potential savings can lead to a suboptimum choice. Instead, users should keep five key points...
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    Operational Excellence Programs Pay Off

    Chemical makers are making operational excellence programs a key element of their efforts to improve plant performance. Programs are taking advantage of developments in technology...
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    Avoid Project Contracting Pitfalls

    Good contracting practices, both pre-award and post-award, can prevent costly time-consuming mistakes and adverse impacts, and help ensure project success. This article provides...