This presentation will provide an overview of a process to produce algae bio-crude from algae grown in open ponds using non-potable water and non-arable soil.
ChemE On Demand - Webinars
This webinar focuses on ideas for improving the performance of individuals who work in industrial settings.
This presentation will review Consumer Reports (CR) recently completed testing project studying the levels of arsenic in rice and rice products.
The presentation provides some general background on biofuels and on the use of algae as a biomass source for making liquid fuels. The presentation focuses on R&D efforts related to processing algae in its wet state, which eliminates an energy intensive drying step.
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 webinar discusses the “hidden leadership” opportunities that are woven into everyday roles, how to recognize these opportunities and take advantage of them.
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.
In this webinar, presenters describe and examine potential LNG (liquefied natural gas) hazards and risk-reduction methods for the LNG value chain ― production and consumption.
Have you ever examined another person's solution to a problem and found yourself frustrated and asking yourself "What were they thinking?" when you realize that the person's actions actually compounded the problem rather than solving it. In this webinar, the presenters will first define the problem and then discuss why critical thinking skills are so important in the workforce.
Teamwork can be challenging, especially when a project involves people in multiple locations or time zones, and of various cultural backgrounds. This webinar lays the groundwork for practicing effective global teamwork when working across cultures and/or distances.
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.
James Turner talks about two interesting case histories from his personal experience.
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.