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Global Building Industry Picks Up Speed, Looks To Future-Proof

Global Building Industry Picks Up Speed, Looks To Future-Proof

In the midst of growing populations and increasingly taller buildings, businesses need to make sure the products they put out today are future-proof, says Brad Nemeth, VP of sustainability for ThyssenKrupp Elevator for the Americas.

ThyssenKrupp Elevator Company Maximizes Material Transparency: Q&A with Brad Nemeth

ThyssenKrupp Elevator Company Maximizes Material Transparency: Q&A with Brad Nemeth

Brad Nemeth, ThyssenKrupp Elevator Company’s VP of sustainability for the Americas, discusses the challenges and advantages to pursuing material transparency.

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ThyssenKrupp Debuts Auto Efficiency, Cost-Saving Technologies

ThyssenKrupp will this week debut dozens of automobile technologies that will help car manufacturers make cars more energy efficient and lightweight, with weight savings of up to 60 percent and cost reductions of up to 10 percent. At the SAE 2015 International World Congress April 21-23 in Detroit, ThyssenKrupp says … Read more »

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Tool Helps Manufacturers Use Safer Chemicals

The Cradle to Cradle Products Innovation Institute will offer a material health certificate, a tool for manufacturers across industries to avoid chemicals of high concern, shift to safer ones in their products and encourage product and supply chain transparency. The Material Health Certificate marks the first time the Institute has … Read more »

Biofuels Power to Build Gas-to-Liquid Pilot Plant

Biofuels Power has signed a letter of intent with ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions and Liberty GTL to build a small-scale gas-to-liquid (GTL) demonstration facility in Houston. The pilot plant will commercially demonstrate converting stranded natural gas resources to synthetic crude oil. Its focus will be to optimize design and operability of … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: Chevron ‘Failure,’ BP Claims ‘Fraud, States Petition EPA

The EPA accused Chevron of 62 violations of federal environmental law, related to an August 2012 fire at a Richmond, Calif., refinery that released a huge gas cloud and sent thousands of people to the hospital. The agency called risk management at the facility “a pervasive failure,” saying the company failed to … Read more »


BASF, Linde Group, ThyssenKrupp Partner on CO2 Technology

BASF, the Linde Group and ThyssenKrupp plan to develop an environmentally friendly technology for utilizing carbon dioxide as a raw material on an industrial scale. BASF says the partners aim to find new ways to produce hydrogen and syngas — a key raw material for the chemical industry also used in … Read more »

Policy & Enforcement Briefing: EPA Final Emissions Rules, Port of LA in Supreme Court

The EPA has finalized revisions to standards to reduce air pollution from stationary engines that generate electricity and power equipment at industrial, agricultural, oil and gas production, power generation and other facilities. The final revised rule will reduce the capital and annual costs of the 2010 National Emission Standards for … Read more »

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