Ingenium made the news again with the innovative waste-to-energy Bio-INergy program. Read the full article in Waste Dive.
Ingenium is in the news with the launch of the new Bio-INergy program that turns red bag medical waste into energy. The comprehensive article was published in Waste 360.
In late March of this year, the EPA released the final risk assessment for N-Methylpyrrolidone (NMP), a chemical commonly used to remove paint and other coatings. It was thought NMP would be a safer alternative to methylene chloride, a chlorinated solvent, […]
Traditionally, as a result of a facility consolidation, closure, relocation or even just a new direction in research, chemicals no longer needed were typically disposed of as hazardous waste. This was, and unfortunately often still is, true whether or not the […]