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Colorado regulator halts wastewater injection due to earthquake link
Colorado officials recently suspended injections of fracking wastewater underground, following the discovery that disposing of wastewater in a local well might be linked to seismic activity in the area.
High-solids water can be a challenge
At a meat processing plant in Kansas, spikes in high-solids meat particles were clogging up bag filters on a daily basis, reducing output and uptime in the plant’s on-site industrial wastewater treatment plant.
How to comply with the latest GHS labeling guidelines
Chemical labeling requirements will undergo extensive changes the next few years due to updates to the “Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals,” or GHS.
Understand the importance of water/steam chemistry
Many thousands of industrial plants around the world generate high-pressure steam for process applications and power generation. Yet, water/steam monitoring and control often take a back seat to process operations.
Eliminate compressed-air system pressure drops
The biggest single cost associated with producing compressed air is the energy required to power the compressor.
Will you be ready when the deal goes down?
If a natural disaster occurs, who at your company know what steps to take? With the emergency passed, what’s the plan to get back to full production?
Things to know about inhibited glycol-based heat-transfer fluids
It’s often the case that manufactured goods store at a “correct” temperature, one that maintains quality and life span and complies with health & safety regulation.
Global plastic-film production benefits from consistent data approach
Packaging advances — including those based on recent materials science breakthroughs — lend serious support to these product-differentiation efforts.

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The American Water Works Association was established in 1881 but its work has never been more important than it is today, as the relationship between water, public health, global economy and quality of life are laid out in ever-more stark relief on this billions-of-people planet. More