New and Old Diesel Components Under Scrutiny

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  • 2:08PM Oct 15, 2012
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Statements by an international agency and recently published research have focused attention on the health and environmental effects of diesel fuel exhaust, opening the door for legal action associated with traditional (pre-1988) exhaust and prompting a closer look at nano-additives in modern, cleaner burning diesel. Recent litigation is related to diesel emissions based on the […]

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Opportunities to Improve Oil and Gas Well Barrier Stewardship

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  • 2:19PM Jul 30, 2012
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The number of widely publicized oil and gas well failures is a reminder of the engineering challenges associated with drilling activities and the importance of safety controls in well operation. These accidents highlight an area of significant engineering and liability concern in a burgeoning industry that is expanding into new geographic locations with local populations […]

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Science (Not the Politics) of Marcellus Shale

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  • 2:43PM Mar 31, 2012
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RJ Lee Group will be hosting the “Science (Not the Politics) of Marcellus Shale” seminar at its office in Monroeville, PA on March 31, 2012.  The event is sponsored by the Society for Analytical Chemists of Pittsburgh, and is open to the public.  Rather than addressing the political issues surrounding Marcellus Shale, the speakers will […]

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Dr. James Conca, RJ Lee Group Expert, Writes Forbes Editorial Arguing “Fukushima Refugees Are Victims Of Irrational Fear, Not Radiation”

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  • 11:00AM Mar 26, 2012
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(MONROEVILLE, Pa., March 26, 2012) Dr. James Conca, Director of the Center for Laboratory Science at RJ Lee Group, Inc., and an international expert on the environmental effects of radiation, recently published an editorial in Forbes online entitled “Fukushima’s Refugees Are Victims Of Irrational Fear, Not Radiation.”  Roughly a week after publishing the first piece, […]

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Forbes Interviews Dr. James Conca on Report from Obama’s Blue Ribbon Commission on America’s Nuclear Future

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  • 10:55AM Jan 26, 2012
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In an article for Forbes online, staff reporter, Christopher Helman, interviewed Dr. James Conca, senior scientist with RJ Lee Group’s Hanford, Wash. facility on his thoughts on the January 26th Blue Ribbon Commission’s final report on what to do with America’s hundreds of thousands of tons of nuclear waste. Dr. Conca is a nuclear waste […]

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RJ Lee Group’s WSCF Lab Earns Longest Standing Safety Record in the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Complex

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  • 8:54AM Oct 11, 2010
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In Streamline’s November 2010 publication, the Mission Support Alliance (MSA) commended the Waste Sampling and Characterization Facility (WSCF) on their outstanding safety record.  The WSCF laboratory located in Pasco, WA, managed by RJ Lee Group, has safely worked one million hours, or approximately 12 years, without injuries.  The WSCF laboratory has added 18 new employees […]

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Energy, Inc.

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  • 4:08PM Aug 17, 2010
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Energy Inc. is a half-day conference, trade show and networking event that will focus on business opportunities in western Pennsylvania’s energy sector, including natural gas, nuclear and coal. Stop at booth #225 to see how RJLG can provide scientific resolution to your concerns about material failure, environmental impact, data management, and waste characterization, contract research […]

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RJ Lee Group Receives $2.5 Million towards Tire Recycling Plant Construction in Greene County

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  • 2:12PM Oct 27, 2008
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RJ Lee Group has received $2.5 million from the state’s Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program to be used towards building a cutting-edge tire depolymerization plant in Cumberland Township. During a presentation on October 24 at RJ Lee Group’s EverGreene Technology Park facility, Dr. Richard Lee, president, accepted a ceremonial check for monies that will be applied […]

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