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  • Global market for disposable medical supplies to reach nearly $200 billion in 2016

    A combination of upgrading and enforcement of infection prevention standards coupled with an expanding volume of hospital, surgical and outpatient procedures will promote overall gains in the global market for disposable medical supplies. Disposable medical gloves, a segment of this market, will continue to flourish despite increasing raw material costs and severe cost-cutting measures in the ...

  • Is Your Pet Store Selling Salmonella Laden Pets?

    Earlier this month, MSNBC published a story about pets being blamed for illnesses in 41 states.  According to the article, “Salmonella in water frogs sickens 217, mostly kids”, a single breeder from California has been identified as the source of the outbreak caused by the Salmonella. The article reports, “Infections have been detected in people ages less ...


    By EMSL Analytical, Inc.

  • Frost & Sullivan: Manufacturers with Integrated Solutions Make Waves in the Industrial Water Treatment Chemicals Market

    The North American industrial water and wastewater treatment chemicals market has always been a fragmented area, with both global and regional participants vying for market share. To stay afloat in this space, participants have gradually evolved from merely supplying chemicals to providing a more integrated solution that includes services and equipment. New analysis from Frost & Sullivan ( ...


    By Frost & Sullivan

  • Cleanroom Supplier Program in the Post Digital Era

    The McIlvaine World Cleanroom Markets and Cleanroom Projects are the foundation of a new approach to selling cleanroom hardware and consumables. Cleanroom owners want to buy the equipment and consumables with the lowest total cost of ownership (LTCO). Suppliers would like to validate that their products are the LTCO choice. Publishers and conference organizers would like to be facilitators to ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • EPA issues national guidance to address proper maintenance, removal, and disposal of PCB-containing fluorescent lights

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today released guidance recommending that schools take steps to reduce potential exposures to PCBs from older fluorescent lighting fixtures. The guidance, part of EPA’s ongoing efforts to address potential PCB exposures in schools, is based on evidence that the older ballasts contain PCBs that can leak when the ballasts fail, leading to ...

  • New Mexico radiation leak raises concerns

    The radiation exposure of at least 13 workers at a nuclear dump in a New Mexico salt bed more than 2,000 feet below the ground has brought new attention to the nation's long struggle to find places to dispose of tons of Cold War-era waste. The above-ground radiation release that exposed the workers during a night shift two weeks ago shut down the facility as authorities investigate the cause and ...


    By Associated Press

  • Nuclear dump leak raises questions about cleanup

    For 15 years the trucks have barreled past southeastern New Mexico's potash mines and seemingly endless fields of oil rigs, hauling decades worth of plutonium-contaminated waste to what is supposed to be a safe and final resting place a half mile underground in the salt beds of the Permian Basin. But back-to-back accidents and a never-supposed-to-happen above-ground radiation release have ...


    By Associated Press

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