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The Cordova Times | March 10, 2020
Alaska Commissioner of Environmental Conservation Jason Brune says the majority of reported toxic releases in the state consist of naturally occurring trace minerals in waste rock and tailings excavated from mine sites. Mining waste rock and tailings are disposed of in state-permitted, engineered and monitored disposal sites, Brune said, in recent comments about the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s released analysis of the annual Toxics Release Inventory data for 2018. “Big min...
JBEI | September 01, 2021
California Ethanol + Power (CE+P) announced today that it is partnering with the Joint BioEnergy Institute (JBEI), a Bioenergy Research Center of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) to develop scalable next-generation renewable energy products using biomass from CE+P’s planned sugarcane ethanol facility in Imperial County, Calif.
In addition, CE+P Permitting Manager Nathan M. deBoom has been named a member of JBEI’s Advisory Committee, which is comprised of strategic a...
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY, PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGIES
Aspen Technology, Inc. | December 14, 2022
Aspen Technology, Inc. a global leader in industrial software, announced a partnership with Aramco one of the world’s leading integrated energy and chemicals companies, that positions AspenTech to introduce a unique, integrated modelling and optimization solution that will enable capital intensive industries to achieve practical and economic solutions for Carbon Capture and Utilization.
The new solution is based on technology developed by Aramco collaboratively with the Kore...
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY, CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT
Carbios | January 17, 2023
Carbios, a leading green chemistry firm, and Novozymes, a global leader in biological solutions, have recently announced an exclusive long-term global strategic partnership. This agreement ensures the long-term production and supply of Carbios' patented PET-degrading enzymes on a commercial scale for the first biological PET-recycling plant in the world, which is scheduled to begin production in 2025 in Longlaville, France, as well as Carbios' future licensee customers.
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