The winners are waste management expert Tom McGowan and green chemistry pioneer Kris Mani
Much attention over the past two years has been focused on alternative energy and green chemistry. So it is particularly appropriate that Chemical Engineering’s (CE) 2010 Personal Achievement Award recognizes two individuals with expertise in those fields. Last month, at an award ceremony held at the ChemInnovations Conference and Exhibition in Houston, Tom McGowan, a longtime consultant in biomass energy, combustion, air pollution control and more, was joined by Kris Mani, developer of a novel process for potash, in accepting the awards from Rebekkah Marshall, CE’s editor-in-chief....
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