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What’s The Problem?

Posted on August 22nd, 2016 by in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence

If our pursuit of the next technological breakthrough, new product, improved process or next innovation is all about using the knowledge in front of us in a new way (as we looked at last time in Innovation Happens Inside The Box), clearly defining what we’re aiming to achieve right at the beginning is most definitely a good thing. Continue reading “What’s The Problem?” »

Innovation Happens Inside The Box

Posted on August 9th, 2016 by in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence

We looked last time about how powerful it can be to work within constraints. Choosing helpful constraints actually helps us to be innovative and get things done, rather than slowing us down and getting in the way (which is the common perception). Continue reading “Innovation Happens Inside The Box” »

Water Consumption with 80% Reduction

Posted on June 27th, 2016 by in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence

Water is a necessity to textile production, however water resources are often limited in many of the countries that rely on the textile industry. Those countries’ populations have experienced negative impacts, such as drinking water contamination, from chemical processing. Continue reading “Water Consumption with 80% Reduction” »

Sustainability in Instrumentation and Process Control: Don’t Forget the Politics

Posted on June 23rd, 2016 by in Chemical Manufacturing Excellence

Overwhelmingly, instrumentation and control professionals focus on identifying problems, solving them and ensuring that the solutions remain operational.  Continue reading “Sustainability in Instrumentation and Process Control: Don’t Forget the Politics” »

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