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December 7th, 2007
The BHR Group has issued a call for papers for the Seventh International Conference on Process Intensification, to improve efficiency and performance
Governments and process industries recognise that sustainable growth can only be achieved through simultaneous and well-balanced economic, environmental and social progress. Process intensification is a sustainable technology that helps to deliver this progress through efficiencies and performance that are beyond the capabilities of traditional production techniques.
The conference is aimed at chemical engineers, academics and other professionals involved with the design and implementation of chemical process plant in industries including: bulk chemicals; fine/specialty chemicals; pharmaceuticals; biotechnology; polymers/plastics; water treatment; minerals/metals; novel materials.
The Seventh International Conference on Process Intensification is followed by BHR Group's First International Conference on Nanotechnology which covers many complementary themes and runs from 17-19 September 2008 at the same venue.
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