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valve magazine enewsletter   News for VALVE readers who procure, specify, use, maintain, repair, sell and manufacture valves, actuators & controls. VALVE eNews is distributed every two weeks to 25,000 industry professionals

 

DOE Lab has Developed New Use for Paper Mill Waste

The U.S. Department of Energy Ames Laboratory has developed a process that transforms waste from the manufacture of paper into the building blocks used in making nylon. The process uses lignin, an abundant material that is the glue holding wood fibers together. Lignin makes up 10-35% of all available plant-matter biomass. Instead of burning it, the new process treats it so it can be used for other purposes. MORE

Valve Forum and Basics Event Draws Large, Diverse Group

One of the takeaways from last week’s Valve Forum and Basics event was that the virtual environment is here to stay. The highly successful program was attended by more than 200 people from a diverse range of professionals, who tuned into the four-day virtual gathering to hear more than 28 different sessions, ask a wide range of questions and discuss the issues, network through individual and group chats and learn from video demonstrations. MORE

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VMA MEMBER AND VALVE INDUSTRY NEWS

Baker Hughes and Würth Announce Joint Service Offering MORE

Rawson/Industrial Controls Expands Emerson Partnership MORE

FloWorks Acquires Oliver Equipment Company MORE

Emerson Awards 2020 ASCO Engineering Scholarships MORE


 
 

END-USER NEWS

Oil, Gas Permits Increase Ahead of Upcoming Administration MORE

Global Chemicals Output Rises in September MORE

Construction of Mountain Valley Pipeline Blocked by Appeals Court MORE

EIA Revises Down U.S. Oil Production Forecast for 2021 MORE

U.S. Drillers Again Putting Fracking Equipment to Work MORE

Worst May be Over for Texas Oil, Gas Sector MORE


VALVE MAGAZINE

Be sure to read this article from the Fall 2020 issue:

Using IoT for Supply Chain Visibility

Usually when people think of the Internet of Things in the industrial world, they focus on what happens on the factory floor. However, the relevancy of new methods begins before materials reach the floor. Fall’s issue tackles the role of IoT in supply chains. MORE
 

Coming in Winter 2021:

Transferring Knowledge in Today's Workplace

The transfer of knowledge across today’s multi-generations of people has been complicated by new COVID-19 obstacles as well as differences in how people learn and what motivates them. However, there are proven techniques for effective knowledge transfer that can accelerate the performance of individuals, teams and organizations.
 

MANUFACTURING AND THE ECONOMY

U.S. Industrial Production Up 1.1% in October MORE

Small Business Optimism Unchanged, Uncertainty Rises MORE

Manufacturing Technology Orders Up in September MORE

U.S. Added 638,000 Jobs in October MORE

 


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