Water (Sustainability & Environment)

August 2022 CEP Preview

. by Karen Simpson

This month, an up-close look at water supply safety, tips for establishing a resilient supply chain for dangerous goods, how to use modeling software during development to evaluate process uncertainties, and much more.

October 2020 CEP Preview

. by Cynthia Mascone

A special section from the Society for Biological Engineering on microbiome engineering, along with tips for using flow additives, strategies for water management at hydrocarbon processing facilities, and more.

Earth Day 2018

. by Sonja Bradfield

This year's Earth Day coincides with the opening of AIChE's Spring Meeting and the 14th Global Congress on Global Safety. #AIChESpring #GCPS

Cover of March 2017 CEP – Cover Feature: Work-Life Balance

March 2017 CEP Preview

. by Karen Simpson

This month's CEP Magazine looks at managing a healthy and enjoyable work-life balance, along with features on safely servicing relief devices and on improving production scheduling for increased energy efficiency, among many other topics.

April 2016 CEP Preview

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This month, tips for including water conservation in your energy-management program, an introduction to mammalian cell culture, pointers for preventing caking of bulk solids, and much more.

How Desalination Created Modern Qatar

. by Kent Harrington

Imagine a country with abundant energy — primarily gas and oil — but lacking almost any drinking water (ground or surface), which is essential for the cities, infrastructure, and in Qat

A Novel Forward Osmosis Draw Solution

. by Martin Bergstedt

Although significant research efforts regarding new membranes for forward osmosis are underway, less attention has been paid to researching the draw solutions and solutes that could make this techn

World Café: Energy Water Food Nexus at the 2014 Annual Meeting

. by John Vasko

The World Café will focus on the global grand challenge of energy, water and food. The session aims to build awareness of the challenge and highlight the roles chemical engineering expertise can play in addressing the systems integration and technology needs resulting from the interconnected nature of these global issues. The discussion will continue on AIChE's Linkedin Group.

April 2014 CEP Preview

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This month, CEP turns an eye to industrial water reuse. You'll also find best practices for pilot-plant piping, a look at Italy's chemical industry, and much more.

Arsenic: “King of Poisons” in Food and Water

. by Fatima Enam

For centuries, arsenic has been known to be a classic poison, causing deaths of many historic figures. While now just a murder-mystery cliché to many, arsenic is still actually causing harm, with dangerously high levels in food and water around the world.

Finding Cheap New Energy Under America's City Streets

. by Kent Harrington

America's decaying water infrastructure might actually provide an opportunity to generate cheap, green energy. Lucid Energy has demonstrated a way to install in-pipe water turbines that are amazingly efficient, and American cities such as San Antonio, TX, are planning to give the new technology a try.

Is Safe, Clean Fracking Possible?

. by Douglas B. Clark

The good news is that, yes, fracking can be made safe and clean, according to a new analysis by the International Energy Agency (IEA). But the down side is that it probably will take tougher regulations to make all producers to apply the latest technologies.

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