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Sy Mohd Faiz Sy Mohd Fuzi, Petronas Nasional Berhad chemical engineer was introduced with the coveted Young Chemical Engineer in Industry Award at the yearly Institution of Chemical Engineers Malaysia Awards and yearly dinner recently.
Petrotechnics will also participate in the annual MKOPSC International Symposium, which will be held October 26-30, 2014, in College Station, Texas, hosted in association with IChemE, the Institution of Chemical Engineers.
The Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE) Chief Executive, Dr David Brown, said: "Society continues to be challenged by preventable issues such as rising cancer rates.
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2006 * Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Award for Environmental Management; * Institution of Chemical Engineers (UK), ABB Engineering Services Environmental Award; * Late Prime Minister of Lebanon Rafiq Al Hariri Award for Best Operation System in the Arab world; * Certification to ISO 27001 Information Security Management System; * RoSPA International Sector Award; * GPIC launched its International Dilmun Environmental Award in coordination with RoSPA, UK; and * First place in vocational Training and Bahrainisation in the private sector from Ministry of Labour, Bahrain.
In recognition of this breakthrough, the team has been awarded the Moulton Medal from the Institution of Chemical Engineers, which recognises the best paper published in the Institution's journal during the year.
The fair has the support of Bahrain's Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Bahrain Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Bahrain Exhibitions and Conferences Authority, Junior Chamber International, Institution of Chemical Engineers, Jella Jella and British Offset The second Gulf Industry Fair was held from 13 to 15 January 2009, and featured more than 120 exhibitors from key markets across the Northern Gulf.
David White, from the Institution of Chemical Engineers, claimed cars driven in a lower gear produced more exhaust fumes, pushing up pollution levels which contribute to more than 32,000 deaths every year.