Chemicals and Systems for Water Treatment

September 25, 2019

At Norlex, we are committed to ensuring that our customers achieve optimal and cost-effective results in their wastewater and water treatment processes. We always make use of the best available technologies on the market, and w innovate and develop new technologies. We innovate and continue to optimise the chemical processes used in both water and wastewater treatment processes.

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RG Chemical Safety

This is the business for Richard Greenwood, Consultant in issues relating to workplace chemical hazards and safety, and workplace trainer. Richard Greenwood has worked in the area of chemical safety and hazards classification for over 20 years. In that time he has worked on interpretation of and compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety and Dangerous Goods (Storage and Handling) Regulations in industries ranging from research and training laboratories to large scale chemical manufacturing plant. He commenced interpretation of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (the GHS) in 2002. Working as a Hazardous Chemicals Consultant he was called upon to provide interpretation of complex regulatory requirements to meet industry product movement timescales.

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Transporting biological and chemical materials - what you need to know

Article | February 13, 2020

The landscape of biological and chemical logistics has changed rapidly - as have the regulatory frameworks around it. What has not necessarily kept pace is the end-user understanding of the nature of these logistical processes, their opportunities and their constraints. Twenty years ago, the transmission of biological and chemical materials was limited to a small range of organisations: usually national and international research companies, hospitals, major university departments, police and military departments with forensic responsibilities.

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Setting record straight on testing harm in chemicals

Article | February 13, 2020

The modern world is built on chemicals, be it the medicines we use, or cleaning fluids, crop protection products, or the raw materials for everything from laptops and mobile phones to clothes and furniture. Across all, we have created an entire modern society with chemicals, and, as a result, constantly stretched the size of the world population we can feed, clothe and shelter. Yet, balancing all the gains from the modern chemistry around us against any negative environmental and human impact has been a rising concern, making for ever greater focus on testing and on risk assessment.

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Why chemical characterization is the best way to assess patient risk

Article | February 11, 2020

Everyone is very familiar with the phrase when buying a house: All that really matters are three things - location, location, and location. This same principle applies to extractables and leachables chemistry analysis – the three things that truly matter are identification, identification, and identification. The greatest growth in the past ten years in demonstrating the safety of medical devices and container closure systems for drugs has been using analytical chemistry to determine what chemicals can leach from the device and what the patient is exposed to during its intended use.

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How Chemical Companies Benefit from the Experience Economy

Article | February 10, 2020

To feel or experience from a business engagement started with customer experience mainly in the consumer products business. Today it has extended to even knowledge industries like the chemical industry where experiencing or feeling can be leveraged to include all stake holders from customers primarily to employees to supply chain people & suppliers and all else. With digital technologies this has become easier than before. The benefits from promoting the ‘feel’ or ‘experience’ emotion could be multifarious for the chemical industry as described in this article.

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RG Chemical Safety

This is the business for Richard Greenwood, Consultant in issues relating to workplace chemical hazards and safety, and workplace trainer. Richard Greenwood has worked in the area of chemical safety and hazards classification for over 20 years. In that time he has worked on interpretation of and compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety and Dangerous Goods (Storage and Handling) Regulations in industries ranging from research and training laboratories to large scale chemical manufacturing plant. He commenced interpretation of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (the GHS) in 2002. Working as a Hazardous Chemicals Consultant he was called upon to provide interpretation of complex regulatory requirements to meet industry product movement timescales.

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