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Contents
HowTo: How to Run an Effective Meeting
Part II—During the Meeting
By Teresa Cendrowska

Feature:
Leveling the Field
By Tricia Judge

Feature:
Meeting in the Middle

Interview:
The Spirit of Cooperation
A Talk with D18.25 Chairman Dwight Cabalka

Feature:
New Manufacturing Methods, New Standard
Contributed by Karen Thornton, AISC

Global Notebook

Letter

Calendar

Approved Standards Actions

Tech News
Recycled Engine Coolants
Electronic Health Records
Nuclear Fuels
Pulse Oximeters
COD Effluents
Force Calibration
May—Editorial Workshop
Water Testing
ASTM Annual Meeting
Asphalt Slope Guide
Industrial Cleaning
Oil and Grease
Friction Control

Preston Receives Award of Recognition

Dudley Medal Nominees Sought

People:
Stephen Frost

Copyright 2000, ASTM

SN Archive

The Value of Consensus:

ASTM’s consensus process, honed over the course of its 102-year history, offers extraordinary benefits to industries seeking common ground among producers, users, and general interest stakeholders. In this issue, read about the power of the ASTM process to level an uneven playing field between printer cartridge OEMs and remanufacturers, to bring together opposing opinions in the artists’ paint industry, and to serve as an outlet for trade associations’ desires to get their industries’ standards efficiently written.