By Jay R. Jordan Published 10:46 am CDT, Monday, May 20, 2019 Starting Monday, one inside lane will be closed on each of the northbound and southbound sides of West Loop 610 between Bissonnet and Westpark until at least early July, according to the Texas Department of Transportation. less Starting Monday, one inside lane will be closed on each of the northbound and southbound sides of West Loop 610 between Bissonnet and Westpark until at least early July, according to the Texas Department of ... more Photo: Mark Mulligan, Houston Chronicle / Houston Chronicle Photo: Mark Mulligan, Houston Chronicle / Houston Chronicle Image 1 of / 17 Caption Close Image 1 of 17 Starting Monday, one inside lane will be closed on each of the northbound and southbound sides of West Loop 610 … [Read more...] about New construction headache for West Loop 610 drivers
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Home HomeNewsEducationHealthTechManufacturing & LogisticsLife SciencesAg INnovationINPower INnovatorsBigWigs & New GigsVideoPurchase Gerry DickGerry's ViewSpeaking Engagement RequestSubscribeNewslettersPODCASTAppRSSOn-AirTV & Radio Listings ContactAbout IIBMeet the TeamContact UsWork at IIBFlagship Stations Funding Secured For Plastics-to-Fuel Facility Posted: Thursday, April 11, 2019 12:03 PM EDTUpdated: Thursday, April 11, 2019 12:02 PM EDTBy Alex Brown, Multimedia [email protected](Image Courtesy of RES Polyflow LLC) ASHLEY - California-based Brightmark Energy has closed on $260 million in financing for what it says will be the first commercial-scale plastics-to-fuel plant in the nation. Located in the northeast Indiana town of Ashley, the facility is expected to create 136 jobs when it is fully operational.Plans for the facility have been in place since 2015, when Ohio-based RES Polyflow LLC announced the effort. Brightmark Energy … [Read more...] about Funding Secured For Plastics-to-Fuel Facility
A reader of Buffalo Rising recently sent us along a petition to block any potential new public roadway that might extend from LaSalle Park to Lakeside Boulevard and further onto Erie Basin Marina and Canalside. The first thing that crossed our minds, was “Uh, oh… this is probably going to get ugly.” That’s because there has always been a bit of contention between the Waterfront Village residents and LaSalle Park when it pertained to concerts and events. On one side, you have homes that have been built directly adjacent to the park, so what goes on in the park directly impacts the residents. At the same time, it’s a public park, which means that if you live there, you’re going to have to expect to deal with some park-related issues – it’s the nature of the beast. Way back in the day, Waterfront Village was constructed with no public right-of-way along with water, which has always been a point of contention with people who don’t … [Read more...] about Should LaSalle Park Remain A Closed Loop?
PrintRite3D® INSPECT Technology to Be Installed at MTC’s National Centre for Additive Manufacturing /EIN News/ -- SANTA FE, N.M. and COVENTRY, United Kingdom, Feb. 26, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sigma Labs, Inc. (NASDAQ: SGLB) (“Sigma Labs” or the “Company”), a provider of quality assurance software under the PrintRite3D® brand, was named a member of the Manufacturing Technology Centre (MTC) located at Ansty Park, Coventry, UK. Membership of the MTC enables Sigma Labs to share and provide expertise and solutions for a number of the Centre’s projects and also network with the Centre’s existing members, including some of the UK’s leading aerospace companies. The MTC was established as part of the UK government’s national manufacturing strategy with the aim of bridging the gap between academic discoveries and real-time industry innovation. It houses some of the most advanced manufacturing equipment in the world, providing … [Read more...] about Sigma Labs Joins Manufacturing Technology Centre to Advance Industrialization of Additive Manufacturing with In-Process Quality Control
What's the best temperature to set your water heater to? There's no single great answer. The American Society of Sanitary Engineering Scald Awareness Task Group recently released a white paper on this topic, which essentially says that there is no perfect temperature to set you water heater to. What's a safe temperature for water? On the side of most water heaters you'll find a warning that says water temperatures of 125 degrees Fahrenheit can cause burns or death. To be safe, the water coming out of the plumbing fixtures in a home shouldn't be any hotter than 120 degrees. The handy photo below (courtesy of Charles Buell) shows how fast second and third degree burns can happen at temperatures that any new water heater is capable of producing. Just turning down the temperature at your water heater until you're at a safe 120 degrees isn't enough to solve potential scald hazards because the thermostat on a water heater isn't designed to keep the … [Read more...] about There’s No Perfect Temperature For Your Water Heater