Hatch Performance Innovation
Performance Innovations | Issue #6 - September 2017
 

In this issue…

Heavy industries work hard to shrink their ecofootprints • Tweaking the performance of wind turbines can mean windfalls for owners • When resiliency wrestles uncertainty, adaptable infrastructure wins • Siloed thinking and each-to-its-own processes are a no-go for the Global Mining Standards and Guidelines group

 
Steel and sustainability: new ideas, better solutions

Steel and sustainability: new ideas, better solutions

BY JANICE BOLEN

The whole world wants to cut carbon emissions and fight climate change. The steel industry is stepping up, curbing energy consumption and becoming more environmentally sustainable.

 

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How small gains become big wins for wind turbine owners

How small gains become big wins for wind turbine owners

BY MARTIN HAMEL

Wind farms can generate power for as much as 20 or 30 years. So even small improvements in production can turn into payoffs for owners.

 

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Five principles for delivering resilient infrastructure

Five principles for delivering resilient infrastructure

BY ALEXIS ROBERT

How can decision makers strengthen the resiliency of infrastructure? What guidelines can they follow to plan for future uncertainties?

 

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Standards and guidelines are mining’s next frontier

Standards and guidelines are mining’s next frontier

BY ALVARO ROZO

Mining and mineral processing organizations have traditionally been reluctant to collaborate. Now, the Global Mining Standards and Guidelines group is corralling the sector to develop common guidelines and practices.

 

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