If you’re curious about what the plant down the road is buying, we have some answers for you. And if you’re wondering what types of equipment are popular right now, we’ve looked into that as well. In our 19th Annual Spending Survey, we also looked to identify the change in your approach to quality today as compared to a year ago, the spending on quality equipment and services overall, and the change in the budget within categories. Clear Seas Research, in conjunction with Quality, conducted . . .

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TO LAND ON the Moon, as China’s Chang’e -4 spacecraft did on January 3rd, is not quite the pinnacle of achievement it once was. Both the Indian government and a well-backed Israeli team of enthusiasts will attempt landings there this year; in 2020 various American companies intend to light out for the lunar provinces, too.


Spending an hour on the London Underground is the equivalent to spending a day next to a busy road, according to a study. The report by the Committee on the Medical Effects of Air Pollutants was published on January 9 and is the first study on air pollution on the Underground carried out since 1998.   It found that the Northern line was among the most polluted sections of the


Several organizations have filed a notice of intent to sue the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), citing the organization's failure to enforce air quality standards, a press release stated. The Center for Biological Diversity (CBD) says the EPA failed to limit particulate pollution from fossil fuels, industrial livestock operations and other sources near Provo and Salt Lake City, Utah -- as well as parts of Pinal County in Arizona.

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