April 2009
Pollution Engineering;Apr2009, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p45
Trade Publication
The article presents abstracts on pollution engineering topics which include the application of several hazardous gas monitoring technologies in a pharmaceutical plant, the benefits of using Oxidizer Stack Heat Recovery in the conservation of energy and reduction of energy cost, and the review of the impact of substrate hydrophile/lipophile balance index on subsurface adhesion.


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