An Introduction to Sustainability

Sustainability has evolved into a globally recognized movement emphasizing the interconnectedness of social, economic, and environmental issues. We explore its key concepts in this article.Seguir leyendo

Navigating PAH Regulation and Compliance: Balancing Industry and Environment

The EU and other governments are moving to regulate PAHs in all kinds of industrial and consumer products due to their negative effects on human health and the environment. We examine some important legislation in this article.Seguir leyendo

Introduction to Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAH)

Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH) are a class of organic compounds present in many industrial materials. We discuss their uses and potential hazards in this article.Seguir leyendo

Maintaining Compliance with PFAS Regulations

PFAS are being considered for restriction in numerous jurisdictions, including the U.S. and EU. Electronics companies should be familiar with potential changes to avoid major disruptions.Seguir leyendo

Understanding PFAS: Perfluoroalkyl andPolyfluoroalkyl Substances

PFAS are a large, complex group of synthetic chemicals that have been used in electronics manufacturing and a wide range of other applications. In this article, we explore their background and potential risks.Seguir leyendo

Persistent Organic Pollutants: Cleaning Up a Toxic Legacy

Persistent organic pollutants were once widely used in industry and food production. Now that their harmful effects are known, we must work to end their useSeguir leyendo

Carbon Footprint: The Road to Carbon Neutrality

Industrial businesses have the opportunity to make a substantial impact on global greenhouse gas emissions and can play a major role in achieving carbon neutrality.Seguir leyendo

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Carbon Footprint: Understanding Greenhouse Gases

Greenhouse gases are the main contributors to a company's carbon footprint. In this article, we discuss several major greenhouse gases and their sources. Seguir leyendo

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