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  • Solvent Use and Recovery

    Since 1978, International Surface Technologies (IST) has been designing and manufacturing superior quality custom-made automated surface treatment systems. Having originally started in the surface treatment and preparations business, IST has recently completed an expansion into the solvent recycling business due to its technical expertise and its commitment to being a leading manufacturer of ...

  • CL-Solutions offers rapid aerobic bioremediation for chlorinated solvents

    Commonly used in the dry cleaning, metals manufacturing, printing, and electronics manufacturing industries, CL-Out™ from CL-Solutions has been shown to deliver active, rapid aerobic bioremediation of environmental contamination caused by a wide range of chlorinated solvents. The product contains highly-concentrated solutions of live patented strains of lyophilized (freeze-dried) microscopic ...


    By CL Solutions, LLC

  • Coolant Recycling Infographic Highlights Cost-Effective Solutions to Expensive Problems

    Dirty machine coolant can cause a multitude of problems for manufacturing facilities and CNC machines. Not using clean coolant can cause health issues in the workplace, reduce the life of the equipment used, and can significantly slow a process down. All of these factors lead to loss in production which leads to loss in profit for companies. And while recycling steel, aluminum, paper, and glass ...


    By Abanaki Corporation

  • Critical Materials Institute rare-earth recycling invention licensed to U.S Rare Earths

    A new technology developed by the U.S. Department of Energy’s Critical Materials Institute that aids in the recycling, recovery and extraction of rare earth minerals has been licensed to U.S. Rare Earths, Inc. The membrane solvent extraction system, invented by CMI partners Oak Ridge and Idaho national laboratories, is the first commercially licensed technology developed ...

  • Applied quality control in the chemical industry – new web pages answer your questions

    We are making the chemical engineer’s life a bit more comfortable: A new section on the Metrohm website takes a comprehensive look at the methods and applications used in the quality control of the industrial manufacturing of basic chemicals, solvents, colorants, and their intermediates. Whether you are looking for a specific parameter and suitable methods to determine it (in the ...


    By Metrohm AG

  • New route to reclaiming plastics from ASR

    Researchers have found a new way of separating the different types of shredded plastic parts from end-of-life-vehicles (ELVs). In co-operation with Japanese vehicle manufacturer Toyota and German waste technology specialist Sicon, the Fraunhofer Institute for Process Engineering and Packaging IVV in Freising, Germany, has developed the so-called CreaSolv process. When compressed into granulate, ...

  • Abanaki Releases New Coolant Maintenance Catalog

    Abanaki Corporation, the world leader in oil skimming technologies, announces the release of its new Coolant Maintenance Catalog. This newly constructed guidebook is a complete source to Abanaki's extensive coolant maintenance line, with up to date product ...


    By Abanaki Corporation

  • Informex Sustainability Winners Offered Viable Chemical Projects

    2/19/2010 Informex Show Management announced the first five 'Profiles in Sustainability' winners at an award ceremony designed to honor companies that demonstrated their commitment to improving sustainability. The five companies honored were DSM, IoLiTec, Lonza, Segetis, and The Wercs. One of the most important factors in their success, according to ...


    By UL - The WERCS

  • No nonsense steps to a better planet

    Everyone's favorite brand is committed to taking "Steps to a Better Planet". Like your best friend, No nonsense is a brand that understands the importance of giving back. Socially and environmentally responsible, No nonsense makes a concerted effort each and every day to reduce its carbon footprint and to also give back to those in need. 95% of No nonsense products are "Made in the USA" in ...

  • Abanaki launches new website design

    Abanaki Corporation (www.abanaki.com), the world leader in oil skimming solutions, has created a new website designed to help users select the proper skimmer size and related belt accessory materials. A renovated product section allows the user to navigate directly from the home page to the proper product category, without any additional clicks. The user can easily select the ...


    By Abanaki Corporation

  • Scrubber/adsorber market back to $6 billion this year

    The world market for scrubbers, biofilters, absorbers and adsorbers reached $6 billion in 2008 but dropped in 2009. However, thanks to a strong resurgence in Asia, it will top $6 billion again this year. This is the latest forecast in Scrubber/Adsorber/Biofilter World Markets an online continually updated report by the McIlvaine Company w.mcilvainecompany.com. Absorbers ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Open-Bio: Clear standards for bio-based products

    Wageningen UR Food & Biobased Research investigates standards for biobased products as part of the Open-Bio project commissioned by the EU. There is some ambiguity concerning bio-based products which frequently have different functional properties and end-of-life options from petroleum-based products. To develop and improve these standards, however, misconceptions will first have to be ...

  • Timberland continues commitment to product transparency with expansion of pioneering `green index`

    The Timberland Company (NYSE: TBL), a leading outdoor footwear and apparel company, today announced plans to expand the company's innovative Green Index® label to all Timberland branded footwear. In addition to expanding efforts to measure and communicate the environmental impact of its products, Timberland is collaborating with more than 200 outdoor businesses on an industry-wide ...

  • BioLargo Showcasing its Breakthrough Water Treatment System - Alpha Commercial Prototype At University of Alberta

    One year ago, experts from industry, academia, government, and finance were presented with what could soon be known as the biggest breakthrough in water treatment in decades. A team of researchers at BioLargo Water and the University of Alberta unveiled a working laboratory model of the AOS Filter along with the results from studies that demonstrate its ability to disinfect water 100 times more ...


    By Biolargo, Inc.

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