July 2000

Misc

Environment – goal or agenda

The developed world celebrated the 30th anniversary of Earth Day, which began as a call to conscience; we - the public and industry - were reckless with Earth's natural resources - clea..

Romanow, Stephany, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The developed world celebrated the 30th anniversary of Earth Day, which began as a call to conscience; we - the public and industry - were reckless with Earth's natural resources - clean air, water and soil. Outcries, demands and protests from the public motivated many governments to promulgate laws and set forth policies to conserve and protect the environment. Governmental agencies were then empowered to carry out / enforce these laws. Much has changed since then; the environment has improved. So do we declare victory and applaud our great success that industry, especially the HPI, has achieved in "cleaning up" its act? The HPI h

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