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CEP: September 2001

Many of the improvements in productivity and efficiency can be attributed to the information technology (IT) revolution. It has, and will continue to, make sweeping changes to the way the chemical process industries operate.

CEP: August 2001

For many of us, when we flip a switch, we automatically expect a surge of energy to power up a process - whether it's something as simple as turning on the lights or as complicated as running critical equipment in a process plant...

CEP: July 2001

Acheiving cleaner and more sustainable processes, while saving money on raw materials and capital assets, may seem too good to be true at first glance.

CEP: June 2001

Heated discussions about global climate change have been taking place for years.

CEP: May 2001

Negative publicity has probably plagued the chemical process industries (CPI) since its inception. Take for instance the 1999 movie, A Civil Action, starring John Travolta, adapted from the nonfiction bestseller authored by Jonathan Harr...

CEP: April 2001

This month we welcome a new editor, add a new feature and say goodbye to an old friend in the pages of CEP. First, we are pleased to welcome Kristine Chin as editor-in-chief of CEP...

CEP: February 2001

Like most business and trade publications, CEP includes a reader service card- or bingo card as we sometimes call it- to enable you to request information from advertisers.

CEP: January 2001

In the past few months, you hopefully have heard the buzz about the changes afoot at CEP.

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