This presentation will review Consumer Reports (CR) recently completed testing project studying the levels of arsenic in rice and rice products.
Members affiliated with the Center for Energy Initiatives periodically conduct webinars to address critical Energy topics as part of the AIChE Webinar Series. Explore Energy related Webinars below or View all on AIChE ChemE On Demand
In this webinar, Dr. Richard D. Noble - the co-director of the NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center for Membrane Applied Science Technology and co-author of Membrane Separations Technology: Priniciples and Applications - discusses new materials for membrane separations.
This presentation focuses on the critical components of a truly sustainable operation . . . safety, environment, energy, capital management, and asset productivity.
What do you need to know about mercury, HCI, metals and other toxics control? This webinar will address technical and permitting issues from two perspectives: what is required (by Nick Hutson of USEPA) and what strategies could you adopt (by Bob Fraser of ERM).
This last session of the first CSTP webinar series features 3 presentations: Danny Reible’s overview on AIChE’s Society for Water Solutions, Veronika Rabl’s discussion on Sustainability Metrics for Energy Systems, and Beth Belof’s introduction to ICOSSE and the ICOSSE label.
Erin Chan, project manager for IfS, discusses the Youth Council’s involvement in the EPA P3 Program and other activities. Darlene Schuster, executive director for IfS, provides an overview to the Institute for Sustainability.
This webinar provides background on how water is used for drilling and hydraulic fracturing and includes a review of hydraulic fracturing fluid composition and flowback and produced water quantity and composition.
Richard Nemec discusses current work and objectives for the Sustainable Engineering Forum. Subhas Sikdar provides an overview of the Engineers Forum on Sustainability.
This presentation will focus on the primary failure mechanisms for lithium ion batteries, how those mechanisms are affected by material selection, and vehicle applications for batteries and their future development.
A lot has changed since the EPA Greenhouse Gas Reporting Rule was issued in 2010. Under the rule, thousands of facilities were required to collect and report emissions data – or face potential criminal penalties.
Dale Keairns provides an overview on the Center for Energy Initiatives and the Founder Societies Technologies for Carbon Management project (with ASCE, SPE, TMS, AIST, ASME, IEEE, ASME, AIME, and SME).
An Appalachian State University research team, is innovating the field of biolgical water treatment by applying a proven technology to salon and spa wastewater to create functional, multipurpose, "living art" within a small business environment. In this informative webinar you will learn how to "Grow Clean Water".
The Sustainable Supply Chain Design (SSCD) Scientific Workshop, sponsored by EPA, NSF and the AIChE Center for Sustainable Technology Practices, was held in mid-September of 2011. This webinar presents an overview of the outcomes of the Workshop.
This webinar presents a systems analysis perspective that extends the traditional design framework to green design, green energy and industrial ecology leading to sustainability.
AIChE and the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) join forces in this 90-minute panel discussion about how EPA’s Boiler MACT rules will change business operations.
In this webinar, engineering professionals find out how to implement and deploy Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage (CCUS) projects. Specific areas addressed are project development, operations, and monitoring.