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High-tech and electronics, chemical, and oil and gas industries each have their fair share of regulatory requirements to meet, and an increasing number include

environmental pollution  and Gas Corporations Share Environmental Regulatory Compliance Mandates Chemicals, together with their utilities and oil and gas brethren, must comply with the Kyoto Protocol, the Clean Air Act, the EU Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC) Directive, and other regulations related to greenhouse gases and other emissions. Moreover, the process of applying and monitoring permits can be labor-intensive. This is because enterprises need to monitor and manage operations and emissions permits to Read More
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Book review: Small and Medium-sized Enterprises and the Environment: Business Imperatives. ed. Ruth Hillary, Greenleaf Publications. February 2000
The role of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in society cannot be underestimated—indeed, many think SMEs are the most important sector of a nation’s

environmental pollution  the complex nature of environmental issues, it has always been hard to theorize about their business practices and the greening of their activities. According to Hillary, roughly 70 % or all SMEs contribute to the total pollution coming from this sector, however, these numbers cannot be confirmed since most national economic statistics don’t carry this data. Because of this staggering number, greening SMEs is, without a doubt, a subject that has long been under-researched and deserves our immediate Read More
What Matters Most: An Interview with Jeffrey Hollender
Jeffrey Hollender has a broader definition of the Value Chain that includes the true end-to-end responsibilities as well as sustainability, a term (if you are

environmental pollution  incurred in the chain—human, environmental etc.—but thinking about the impacts to society over the generations on a global scale. This is a profound book for supply chain professionals, who are having a huge global impact, which is frequently not well thought out, and which is not always appreciated by participants from supply markets to the end customer. ChainLink: Jeffrey, please tell us a little about yourself. Jeffrey : I was born in NYC, and grew up in the 60's, which had profound impact on my Read More
What Makes a Green Supply Chain?
The Green PhilosophyThere has been so much hype about “green” that many organizations are adopting it, but what is “green”, really? We hear and see it

environmental pollution  and make a major environmental impact.  If the same distribution network is created in a central location, it will drive these costs down and create a better carbon footprint for the organization. Now, let’s take a sneak peek inside these facilities—where the majority of action takes place. Key areas for greener facility are Layout. The whole operation of pickup and dispatch needs to be effective so that less time is spent picking and packing the product.  Many distribution centers are very old, Read More
Atrion User Conference Highlights Need for Regulatory Compliance in PLM
The Atrion International User Group met in Montreal, Quebec (Canada) to discuss ways to improve regulatory compliance for their respective companies. At the

environmental pollution  (CSR). Bill Phillips, director environmental health and safety compliance and corporate toxicologist for Ecolab, discussed the direct financial benefits of providing environmentally preferable products. So-called green products have provided increased sales to the government based on legislation requiring US government agencies to prefer the purchase of products that are friendlier to the environment. This buying trend has also spilled over into the private sector—including hotel chains, cruise Read More
Vendors Jostle and Profess Economic Stimulus Readiness - Part III
Part I of this series analyzed the opportunity as well as the related attached strings stemming from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA

environmental pollution  Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)  standards in project specifications. LEED-based specifications are growing most rapidly in larger projects (i.e., in 2007, they were featured in 41 percent of projects with valuations over $20 million). Going Virtual and Lean in Construction For a long time, traditional information exchange between the usual construction project participants (i.e., city, architect, construction manager, facilities manager, facilities and building owner, civil Read More
InterLink Web
The InterLink Web platform is a simple, secure and effective solution to administer quality, environmental and safety programs. InterLink Web ISO software is

environmental pollution  solution to administer quality, environmental and safety programs. InterLink Web ISO software is designed for manufacturing, distribution and service professionals responsible for the management of ISO based compliance systems. InterLink is intended to improve management system effectiveness by reducing the resources involved in data collection and performance reporting. With the adoption of InterLink Web, organizations can rapidly implement a comprehensive compliance framework, freeing up resources to Read More
IC-TAG Solutions Introduces RFID JumpStart Kit
IC-Tag Solutions has introduced an radio frequency identification (RFID) Jumpstart Kit called the “IC-DEMO.” IC-DEMO is a complete RFID demo system that allows

environmental pollution  and an assortment of environmental factors easily and at a very low cost. IC-Tag Solutions, Inc. is a credited manufacturer of customizable, pressure-sensitive labels and tags, specializing in passive RFID. The company provides security enhanced products such as RFID labels and tags, uniform identification (UID) labels, sensor tags, hardware, software, invisible printing, and professional services. Read More
Making Asset Investment Planning Work: Unlock the True Potential of Your Current Spend
Utility and energy sector executives face a litany of critical industry demands. Mandatory reliability standards and environmental compliance, along with

environmental pollution  Mandatory reliability standards and environmental compliance, along with expanding capacity requirements, must be factored into increasingly complex operating plans. Struggling to maximize your aging infrastructure and ensure every investment yields maximum return? Learn how you can get more done with asset investment planning. Read More
Enterprise Asset Management Strategies: Creating Social and Financial Value by Going Green
Progressive companies are discovering that they can optimize processes and assets to make the best use of resources, reduce negative impact on the environment

environmental pollution  vice president of corporate environmental programs or vice president of sustainability, and are including environmental factors in their public reporting. No matter what size the organization, however, no single business or entity can solve all the issues facing society today. So the question is, where does it make the most sense to start? According to business thinkers Michael E. Porter and Mark R. Kramer, The essential test that should guide CSR [corporate social responsibility] is not whether a Read More
What Are Manufacturing Execution Systems?
A manufacturing execution system (MES) can be defined as a collection of business processes providing event-by-event, real-time execution of planned production

environmental pollution  holds for LIMS and environmental safety and health (ES&H) systems, which is a category of software applications that deals with regulatory compliance, such as the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements. Process data/performance analysis or process information management system (PIMS) Such systems that involve process data collection and management can be a standard package developed for specific applications, such as time/cost Read More
Driving Business Optimization with Trusted Information
The chief executive officer’s (CEO’s) priority list has expanded, resulting in more risk and uncertainty. People skills are now as important as market factors

environmental pollution  important as market factors. Environmental issues demand twice as much attention as they did in the past. Suddenly, everything is important, and change can come from anywhere. Learn what the enterprise of the future will look like, according to over 1,000 CEOs interviewed for this white paper. Read More
Grape Escape 2010: Of Cloud & Angels, Fun & Games, and “In Vino Veritas” - Part 3
Part 1 of this blog series talked about the historical background of the JRocket Marketing Grape Escape(TM) event. Grape Escape has become a June fixture over

environmental pollution  data. How About an Environmental Angel? UNIT4’s second announcement addresses Environmental Performance Management and  Environmental Performance Index (EPI)  – something we have all certainly seen in the news recently as a priority.  Environmental performance management is not just about managing disasters, since it is about analyzing, measuring, and projecting the measuring outputs for all types of businesses. To that end, Zapp announced UNIT4 Sustain4 – touted as the ERP market’s most Read More
Managing Business Risk in Industrial Equipment and Supply
Industrial equipment manufacturers and maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO) distributors can’t afford to miss bidding deadlines, delivery dates, product

environmental pollution  Profitability Procedural Compliance for Environmental Regulations Minimizing Risks in a Solutions-Driven Industry About Industry Directions About Sage Software Few industrial companies were prepared for the swift economic decline in 2001. The losses led to industry-wide cost control measures including off-shore sourcing. Wise companies also implemented greater risk management oversight. As the economic cycle rebounded and customers once again invested heavily in capital equipment, industrial companies Read More
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