Water exhibition (1/4)
The sixteenth SMAGUA International Water Exhibition, and the Sixth Environment Exhibition will be jointly held at the Zaragoza Trade Fair Centre in Spain from 17–20 February 2004.
Kobe combine environmental businesses
Kobe Steel Ltd. and subsidiary Shinko Pantec Co. Ltd have agreed to consider combining Kobe Steel's environmental business and Shinko Pantec in January 2004.
Defeat for Bush energy plan
The US Senate has rejected oil drilling in Alaska's arctic wildlife refuge.
AvestaPolarit invests in environment
In connection with the expansion of AvestaPolarit's Tornio Works, investments of more than EUR 100 million will be made to reduce the environmental impact of operations during 2000-2004.
AK plants receive ISO registration
All of AK Steel’s steel facilities have been awarded certificates of registration under ISO 14001 for environmental management systems.
The website sustainablesteel.org has been updated.
Managing the environment
Acería de Alava SA, a subsidiary of the Tubacex Group, has obtained ISO 14001 environmental management certification from AENOR, the Spanish Association for Standardisation and Certification.
Saudi refinery and power co-generation
Foster Wheeler Ltd has announced that its subsidiary, Foster Wheeler Energy Limited has been awarded a project management services contract for two distillate hydrotreaters and power co-generation plants by Aramco Overseas Company.
Coal power station proposed for S. Africa
Black & Veatch International (BVI) has been selected by the Rainbow Millennium Power Company (RMPC) to perform a detailed feasibility study for the first "greenfield" power station in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, which could result in a reduction of environmental pollution and strengthen economic development efforts.
AEP expands emission control efforts
American Electric Power (AEP) has announced plans to construct new emission control systems on Unit 1 and Unit 2 at the John E. Amos Plant at St Alban’s, West Virginia, USA.