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NASF Joins Over 100 Industry Associations to Support Federal TSCA Reform
AAI is a coalition that includes a range of chemical manufacturers, processors and distributors, as well as downstream users in the value chain.
NASF: EPA Releases More Stringent Definition of Solid Waste Regulation
The new revisions state that the recycling of secondary materials can occur only if specific regulatory requirements are met.
Two-Year Process Earns Chemetall Recognition from Ford Motor Co.
Chemetall North America earned the highly-coveted Q1 Supplier Status Certification from Ford Motor Co.
Cadillac Treatment From Michigan Plater
Michigan zinc plater works round the clock for customers.
Aerospace Finds a Home in Alabama
Alabama’s aerospace sector employs 83,000 people at more than 400 companies.
New Life for Alabama Aerospace Finisher
Advanced Technical Finishing grows business with new certifications.
Funky Medina Plating and Powder Shop
Owners Shawn Ritchie and Tait Krejci take an unorthodox approach to success.
Valence Surface Technologies Acquires Three Finishing Shops
Pride Plating in Tulsa, Oklahoma; Dynamic Paint Solutions in Eastman, Georgia; and Coastline Metal Finishing in Garden Grove, California, will join the Valence group to provide extensive finishing solutions across the U.S.
Past, Present and Future of Medical Coatings
The journey to find balance between competitive, effective orthopedic implant coatings.
Book Review: Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry Band 57
Every electrochemist will be familiar with the book series initially edited by professors John O’M. Bockris and Brian Conway, two of the most distinguished electrochemists of the 20th Century.