New Releases of Emission-Monitoring Software Emerge

Seewald, Nancy
April 2009
Chemical Week;4/13/2009, Vol. 171 Issue 10, p30
Trade Publication
The article offers a look at the response of manufacturers to a legislation designed to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the U.S. According to a survey conducted by AMR Research, most manufacturers in the country plan to purchase a software to support GHG data management. Web-based service providers, such as Carbonetworks and Clear Standards, have also emerged to provide online mission-management software.


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