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Harvested from the sea and hard to move around
Seaweed is tractor-harvested at low tide, dried and processed to yield high-quality crop fertilizer and soil amendments.
Why pump when you can vacuum?
Substituting a vacuum feeder for the bleach (NaOCl) pump used in ultrafiltration backwash eliminated frequent pipe and valve leaks.
Why ‘tepid’ water for emergency showers?
Once every six seconds, someone suffers injury that requires medical attention, says the National Safety Council.
A way to measure volatile chemicals in food
Concerns about volatile chemicals are growing. Of equal concern is the growing body of global government legislation pertaining to this area.
Control the corrosion that accompanies a coke
Corrosion eats through steel pipe, causing leaks and eventually necessitating pipe replacement.
Consideration factors in assessing filtration systems
Filtration removes physical particles from liquid streams and prevents contamination or equipment damage.
Packaging EXPO, Pharma EXPO and idea cross-pollination
In 1978, the U.S. military, Reynolds Metal Co. and Continental Flexible Packaging developed a retort pouch to store troops’ field rations. Today, retort pouches package a wide range of consumer goods, from beverages and soups to baby food and pet food.
‘Track and trace,’ printing and the drug supply-chain security act
Signed into law late in 2013, the primary objective of the Drug Quality and Security Act (DQSA) is to better identify and trace — down to the package level — certain prescription drugs distributed in the U.S. T

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Mixed opinions on water problems

It’s said, often, that infrastructure for water provision to U.S. populations and industry is at a near-crisis stage. And there are signs that it’s the case. Yet because so many water sources are free, and for other reasons, the dollars-and-cents incentives that lead to decisive action often aren’t there. More

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