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Invitation to authors: ChemAlliance needs your articles on P2 in theChemical Process Industries

P2Techies -- 

> The ChemAlliance web site (www.chemalliance.org) is always in search of
> high quality, practically-oriented papers and articles on issues related
> to 
> environmental management and pollution prevention in the chemical process
> industries.  Currently, we are particularly eager to receive articles and
> papers
which provide practical ways for environmental managers to move "beyond
compliance" through the use of pollution prevention, environmental
management systems, and 
> corporate sustainability initiatives.  We welcome case studies, "how-to"
> articles, and other materials aimed at solutions that can be implemented
> in smaller chemical manufacturing, packaging, and distribution facilities.
> Articles should typically be 500-1000 words.  We are happy to work with
> authors to adapt their work 
> to web-based formats.
> More than 2,000 users visit ChemAlliance each month, many of them repeat
> visitors.   Our users include environmental managers in the 
> chemical industry, and the professionals who they depend on to help them
> remain in compliance (including consultants, technical assistance
> providers,
> and industry peers).  An independently conducted user survey shows that
> ChemAlliance's readers act on what they read -- approximately 75% of the 
> industry respondents to the user survey indicate that they took some sort
> of action (such as conducting a self-audit, contacting a regulatory
> agency, or making a 
> process change) as a result of visiting ChemAlliance.  This makes
> ChemAlliance a great way to reach a targeted audience with your 
> thoughts on moving beyond compliance in the process industries.
> If you'd like to submit an article, please drop me a line.   
> Regards,
> Scott Butner (butner@battelle.org) 
> Technical Director, ChemAlliance
> 4500 Sandpoint Way, Seattle WA   98105
> (206)-528-3290 voice/(206)-528-3552 fax
> http://www.chemalliance.org/