Mar 01, 2016

iWWD March/April 2016

Water is a vital resource is used in the operations of many industrial processes. The increasing demands for water for agricultural, drinking and industrial processes has put significant strain on global freshwater supplies as the world’s population…
Cooling towers, which reduce the heat of circulating water used to cool industrial processes and HVAC systems throughout the world, have undergone substantial design changes over the years. This is particularly noticeable with the introduction of HDPE (…
Twelve miles east of Edinburgh in the middle of the prime barley-growing areas of Southern Scotland is the Pencaitland maltings plant. Pencaitland is one of five plants operated by U.K. maltster, Bairds Malt. With an annual malt production capacity of 47…
Titanium is one of the essential materials used in a range of aerospace applications due to its light weight and high strength.  Global Titanium of Detroit, an integrated manufacturer of titanium metallurgical products, purchases excess titanium chips…
Humans have been using wood to construct shelters and other buildings for thousands of years. With the advent of metal tools, wood could be cut and shaped, making it more useful in serving our needs. The ability to transform wood into useful shapes was…
North Carolina Deputy Environment Secretary Tom Reeder told the Environmental Review Commision on Feb. 10 that they should consider relaxing some of the state’s water pollution rules because it’s unclear if they’re working, according to a report on WRAL.…
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