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hazardous chemical management Applications

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    Chemical management software for Chemical & specialty chemical industry

    Flexible and intuitive, the ExESS Chemical Management System offers an extended set of functionality, dedicated to optimizing the day-to-day management of chemicals. The chemical manufacturing sector continues to face increasing regulation and compliance measures. Complete visibility is required across the supply chain. As of June 1, 2015, GHS applies to companies manufacturing chemicals in the United States, Canada and globally. Governmental agencies such as OSHA and Health Canada (WHMIS) now require every hazardous chemical to be reclassified and that safety data sheets (SDSs) and labels are using the new GHS formatting.

    By Lisam Systems based in Ecaussinnes, BELGIUM.

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    Analytical and measuring instruments of chemical and petrochemical

    In the chemical field, ICP-AES is used for a broad range of analysis in order to manage trace amounts of hazardous metals in the manufacturing process, manage additive elements essential to the functionality of a product, and manage the environment of the entire factory. Therefore, it is desirable to have a robust, highly stable system able to reliably accept the injection of a broad variety of samples, regardless of the type of solvent (aqueous/organic) or the presence of matrices. It is also important to simplify processes and reduce costs, which enhances the productivity of daily quality control work.

    By Shimadzu Scientific Instruments Inc based in Columbia, MARYLAND (USA).

  • Water treatment research for refining and petrochemicals industry

    Refining processes like distillation use high quality steam that must be generated from ultrapure water. Advanced wastewater treatment technologies will help the industry meet tough regulations concerning hazardous waste products from process operations. As the industry expands into water-scarce areas in India, China and the Middle East, marginal sources can help meet the demand for water. Desalination and reuse technologies will secure a reliable source of water and help the industry manage its water impact. Water technology suppliers have the opportunity to tap into a market worth $768 billion.

    By Global Water Intelligence (GWI) based in Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM.

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