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Illinois
What should be included in the profile of the state?
Name of the state: Illinois, North America.
Area: 57,918 sq.mi
Total Area Illinois covers 57,918 square miles.
Land Area 55,593 square miles of Illinois are land areas.
Water Area 2,325 square miles of Illinois are covered by water.
Area Codes: Illinois Covers 13 Area Codes
217 224 309 312 331 618 630 708 773 779 815 847 872
Bird: Cardinal (1929)
Biographies: Asif Qureshi
Border States: Which states border Illinois?
The following states directly border Illinois:
Indiana
Iowa
Kentucky
Missouri
Wisconsin
Capital City: Springfield
Constitution: Illinois's Constitution
Corrections Department of Illinois: What should others know about the Corrections Department of Illinois?
County Profile: Counties in Illinois
Climate (All temperatures Fahrenheit): Humid, continental – hot humid summers – cool, cold winters
Yearly Precipitation averages 48 inches

The seasons are sharply differentiated: Mean winter temperatures are 22°f (-6°c) in the north and 37°f (3°c) in the south; mean summer temperatures are 70°f (21°c) in the north and 77°f (25°c) in the south. The record high, 117°f (47°c), was set at East St. Louis on 14 July 1954; the record low, -36°f (-37.8°c), was registered at Congerville on 5 January 1999.
Departments in Illinois: Here are further facts.
Facilities in Illinois: What is on the list of facilities in Illinois?
Flag:
Famous Illinoisans: Asif Qureshi,
Largest Cities: Chicago | Aurora | Rockford | Joliet | Naperville | Springfield | Peoria | Elgin | Waukegan | Cicero
Largest Lakes: Carlyle Lake - 24,580 acres, Rend Lake - 18,900 acres
Housing resources in the state: Number of houses, buildings, apartments, etc.
Issues Relevant to Illinois: What are various issues relevant to Illinois at this point?
Leaders of the people: Doctor Asif Qureshi. Others should forward your biodata/profile.
Lowest Point: The lowest point in Illinois is on the Mississippi River; 279 feet above sea level.
Longitude:
Latitude:
87° 30' W to 91° 30' W
36° 58' N to 42° 30' N
Length x Width: Illinois is 390 miles long and 210 miles wide.
Maps : Map of Illinois Counties
Major Rivers: Illinois River, Mississippi River, Ohio River, Wabash River
Major Lakes: Lake Michigan, Rend Lake
Nickname: Prairie State; Land of Lincoln
Illinois Public Schools: Illinois Public Schools
Number of counties: 102
Population (2014): 12,880,580
Illinois Counties by Population
Products: What is on the list of products of Illinois?
Corn, soybeans, wheat, cattle, dairy products, timber, coal, petroleum
Here are further facts.
Soil: Drummer soils are the most prevalent soils in Illinois (occurring on more than 1,500,000 acres in northern sections of the state).
Universities, Colleges, Schools: www.qureshiuniversity.com should be circulated among educational resources.
White Pages: Illinois White Pages
Who’s who in Illinois?: Existing teachers, lawyers, engineers, physicians, and other professionals forward your profile.
I have received few profiles.
Water resources (sea, lake, river, tubwell, etc.): Here are further facts.
Zip Codes: Illinois Zip Codes
Zoo: Lincoln Park Zoo

Illinois
What are examples of essential departments in Illinois, North America?


Departments in Illinois
What are examples of essential departments in Illinois, North America?
  1. Accountants and auditors department of Illinois.

  2. Agriculture and food sciences department of Illinois.

  3. Aviation department of Illinois.

  4. Clothing of Illinois department.

  5. Complaints of Illinois department.

  6. Computers and Internet of Illinois department.

  7. Corrections department of Illinois.

  8. Defense department of Illinois.

  9. Directories.

  10. Economy and budget department of Illinois.

  11. Electricity department of Illinois.

  12. Emergency management offices and agencies of Illinois.

  13. Emergency medical services department of Illinois.

  14. Engineering department of Illinois.

  15. English language department of Illinois.

  16. Estates department of Illinois.

  17. Fire department of Illinois.

  18. Food and supplies department of Illinois.

  19. Footwear department of Illinois.

  20. Fuel department of Illinois.

  21. Health department of Illinois.

  22. Higher education department of Illinois.

  23. Hospitality and protocol department of Illinois.

  24. Housing and development department of Illinois.

  25. Human resources department of Illinois.

  26. Human services department of Illinois.

  27. Information and broadcasting department of Illinois.

  28. Irrigation and flood control department of Illinois.

  29. Law/justice department of Illinois.

  30. Mechanical engineering department of Illinois.

  31. Planning and development department of Illinois.

  32. Police department of Illinois.

  33. Postal service department of Illinois.

  34. Printing department of Illinois.

  35. Public health department of Illinois.

  36. Public libraries department of Illinois.

  37. Recycling plants department of Illinois.

  38. Roads & buildings department of Illinois.

  39. Secretary in chief of Illinois.

  40. School education department of Illinois.

  41. Statistics.

  42. Telecommunications department of Illinois.

  43. Textiles department of Illinois.

  44. Transportation department of Illinois.

  45. Water department of Illinois.

  46. Weather and climate department of Illinois.
Where should you give referral or reference in Illinois?
If you have to give a referral or reference, you should do so to one of these departments of Illinois.

Accountants and auditors department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
How do you do world inventory accounting?
Here are further guidelines.

Agriculture and food sciences department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
What is the total land area of Illinois?
Area: 57,918 sq.mi
Here are further guidelines.

Aviation department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Who is who in this department of Illinois?
You are required to forward profile of individuals relevant to this department of Illinois.

Advice for various residents.
Advice for residents in the state or outside the state.
What should you do if you have any issues and need help?
Approach various essential departments at walkable distance in the state. If office of essential departments is not available at walkable distance, circulate in news report that an office of essential departments needs to be established at walkable distance in the state.
Approach an officer on duty and submit issues to officer on duty with supervisor.
Officers are required to maintain professional ethics or can lose their job with punishments if they get involved in criminal activities.

What advice is there for residents in the state or outside the state?
You should never lie.
You should always speak the truth.
If you are asked questions about an issue, you should answer truthfully to the best of your abilities and knowledge.
You should not harm others.
Maintain track record of good character and good behavior.
Your track record for the last 10 years will be considered in case of any legal issues.
Do not get involved in any felony or misdemeanor.

What questions should resident answer relevant to their issues?
Questions you need to answer.
What are the issues?
What is your name and date of birth?
What is your mailing address?
What offices of essential departments need to be established at walkable distance at this location?


What are residents’ responsibilities?
All residents must list their abilities/skills with department of Human resources, and department of human services in the state at least.

What are essential departments in every state?
There are 45 essential departments in every state.

What should you do if you have to give a referral or reference outside the state?
Verify equivalent of these mentioned departments in the state.


Advice for various essential departments in various states.
What directives are there for various essential departments in various states?
Maintain head of the department with second, third, fourth, and fifth on duty.
In case one is unable to resolve issues, second, third, fourth, and fifth on duty is around to guide others.

Computers and Internet of Illinois department.
Computers with Internet in Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
How many computers with Internet connections are there in Illinois?
Who should be head of the Illinois department of computers and Internet?
How many professionals, including computer and Internet engineers, are required for department of computers with Internet in Illinois?

At least 6,000 professionals, including computer and Internet engineers.
This is the requirement for Illinois for the year 2015.
Each of these engineers is generally named computer engineer.
I personally can communicate like this.
I am a computer engineer with specialty of being a computer software engineer.
I can guide all engineers, including all types of computer engineers.

What location in Illinois is ideal to assemble, repair, and manufacture computers and Internet components without harming others through the Illinois department of computers and Internet?
Illinois Computers and Internet department.
There are some namesake engineers who cannot even guide one type of engineer listed above. Questions an engineer must be able to answer.
What type of engineer are you?
What type of computer engineer are you?
Here are example of answer.
I am a material engineer.
I am a computer engineer.
I can guide all type of engineers.
I can guide 611 professions; this includes engineers.
Questions you need to answer.
What type of engineer can you guide?
What type of computer engineer can you guide?

What are immediate issues for computer network engineers in Illinois?
Emails are been blocked from Illinois while being in Chicago , Illinois.
Even Illinois police emails are blocked.
Detect the location of blockage of emails.
Take preventive measures to prevent blocking of emails from Illinois to the rest of the world, including Chicago, Illinois.

Computers and Internet of Illinois department.
Take a look at this.
http://cs.illinois.edu/about-us
Type Public

Corrections department of Illinois.
Prisons in Illinois
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Offender Search
Corrections Department of Illinois
State of Illinois Correctional, Jails, and Prison Facilities


Corrections Department of Illinois: What should others know about the Corrections Department of Illinois?

How many prison facilities are there in Illinois?
As of July 3, 2016, there were 43 prison facilities in Illinois.

What are examples of prison facilities in Illinois?
All Facilities
Adult Transition Centers
Boot Camps
Correctional Facilities
Multi-Security Multi-Disciplinary Treatment
Reception & Classification Centers
Women Facilities
Work Camps

All Facilities
  1. Big Muddy River Correctional Center

Name Highest security
1 - Maximum/Menard Correctional Center
2 - Secure Medium
3 - High Medium
4 - Medium
5 - High Minimum
6 - Minimum
7 - Low Minimum
8 - Transitional
Operational capacity Location Opened Managed by
Big Muddy River Correctional Center 3 - High Medium 1958 251 IL-37
Ina, Illinois

The Big Muddy River Correctional Center is a medium-security state prison for men located in Ina, Jefferson County, Illinois, owned and operated by the Illinois Department of Corrections.
1993 Illinois Department of Corrections
Centralia Correctional Center 4 - Medium 1528 9330 Shattuc Road
Centralia, Illinois

The Centralia Correctional Center is a medium-security state prison for men located in Centralia, Marion County, Illinois, owned and operated by the Illinois Department of Corrections.
1980 Illinois Department of Corrections
Clayton Work Camp 7 - Low Minimum 143 207 W. Morgan
Clayton, IL 62324

Clayton Work Camp is a minimum security adult male facility located in Adams County.
1993 Illinois Department of Corrections
Crossroads Adult Transition Center 8 - Transitional 364 3210 West Arthington
Chicago, IL 60624
1983 Illinois Department of Corrections
Danville Correctional Center 3 - High Medium
Medium Security Adult Male
1,864 3820 East Main Street
Danville, IL 61834
1985 Illinois Department of Corrections
Decatur Correctional Center 4 - Medium
Minimum Security Female
Decatur Correctional Center is located in Macon County Illinois.
790 Decatur Correctional Center
2310 East Mound Road
Decatur, IL 62524
2000 Illinois Department of Corrections
Dixon Correctional Center Medium 2529 2600 N Brinton Avenue
Dixon, Illinois
1983 Illinois Department of Corrections
Dixon Springs Impact Incarceration Program (IIP) 7 - Low Minimum 152 979 State Hwy 146 W.
Golconda, IL 62938
1990 Illinois Department of Corrections
Du Quoin Impact Incarceration Program (IIP) 7 - Low Minimum 172 2500 Rt. 99 South
Mount Sterling, IL 62353
1993 Illinois Department of Corrections
East Moline Correctional Center 6 - Minimum 1228 100 Hillcrest Road
East Moline, Illinois

The East Moline Correctional Center is a minimum-security state prison for men located in East Moline, Rock Island County, Illinois, owned and operated by the Illinois Department of Corrections.
1980 Illinois Department of Corrections
East Moline Work Camp 6 - Minimum
Minimum Security Adult Male
1,452 100 Hillcrest Road
East Moline, IL 61244

The East Moline Correctional Center is a minimum-security state prison for men located in East Moline, Rock Island County, Illinois, owned and operated by the Illinois Department of Corrections.
1980 Illinois Department of Corrections
Fox Valley Adult Transition Center 8 - Transitional
Transitional Security Female
130 1329 North Lake Street
Aurora, IL 60506
1972 Illinois Department of Corrections
Graham Correctional Center 4 - Medium 1980 12078 Route 185
Hillsboro, Illinois

2012 Illinois Department of Corrections
Graham Reception and Classification Center 350 12078 Illinois Route 185
Hillsboro, IL 62049

The Graham Reception & Classification unit is an adult male intake and processing unit, responsible for orientating offenders newly admitted to the Illinois Department of Corrections from certain committing counties to the department.

Offenders admitted to the Graham R&C are in reception status. They remain in reception status until they are transferred to a permanent institution. Privileges and movement are limited at the reception center. The average length of stay is 3 weeks to 2 months; however, it may be longer due to court writ, medical hold, bed space availability, an early release date, or other considerations.

Graham Correctional Center is the parent institution for Graham Reception & Classification Center
1997 Illinois Department of Corrections
Greene County Work Camp 7 - Low Minimum 158 67 South
Roodhouse, IL 62082

2268 East Morton Avenue Jacksonville, IL 62650
1993 Illinois Department of Corrections
Hill Correctional Center 2 - Secure Medium 1867 600 South Linwood Road
Galesburg, IL 61402
1986 Illinois Department of Corrections
Illinois River Correctional Center 3 - High Medium 2094 1300 W. Locust Street
Canton, IL 61520
1989 Illinois Department of Corrections
Jacksonville Correctional Center 5 - High Minimum 1012 2268 East Morton Avenue
Jacksonville, IL 62650
1984 Illinois Department of Corrections
Joliet Treatment Center 2848 West McDonough (FACILITY NOT OPENED)
Joliet, IL 60436
Illinois Department of Corrections
Lawrence Correctional Center 2 - Secure Medium 2320 10940 Lawrence Road
Sumner, IL 62466
2001 Illinois Department of Corrections
Lincoln Correctional Center 4 - Medium 1019 1098 1350th Street
Lincoln, Illinois

The Lincoln Correctional Center is a minimum-security state prison for men located in Lincoln, Logan County, Illinois, owned and operated by the Illinois Department of Corrections.
1984 Illinois Department of Corrections
Logan Correctional Center 4 - Medium 2019 1096 1350th Street
Lincoln, Illinois

Logan Correctional Center is an Illinois Department of Corrections prison for female offenders in Broadwell Township, Logan County, Illinois, near Lincoln and 30 miles (48 km) north of Springfield.

The 150-acre (61 ha) prison opened in January 1978. A 57-acre (23 ha) plot of fenced land houses general population prisoners. It lies just south of the Lincoln Correctional Center, a facility for male offenders.
1978 Illinois Department of Corrections
Menard Correctional Center 1 - Maximum 3204 1096 1350th Street
Lincoln, Illinois

Menard Correctional Center, known prior to 1970 as Southern Illinois Penitentiary, is an Illinois state prison located in the town of Chester in Randolph County, Illinois, 50 miles southeast of St. Louis. It houses maximum-security and high medium-security adult males. The average daily population as of 2007 is 3,410.
1878 Illinois Department of Corrections
Menard Medium Security Unit 3 - High Medium 441 711 Kaskaskia Street
Menard, IL 62259
1996 Illinois Department of Corrections
Menard Reception and Classification Center 1996 50 711 Kaskaskia Street
Menard, IL 62259

Menard Correctional Center is the parent institution for Menard Reception & Classification Center
2004 Illinois Department of Corrections
North Lawndale Adult Transition Center 8 - Transitional 200 2839 West Fillmore
Chicago, IL 60612
2000 Illinois Department of Corrections
Northern Reception and Classification Center 1,625 16830 So. Broadway Street
Joliet, IL 60434

Stateville Correctional Center is the parent institution for the Northern Reception and Classification Center
2004 Illinois Department of Corrections
Peoria Adult Transition Center 8 - Transitional 248 607-613 North Main
Peoria, IL 61602
1972 Illinois Department of Corrections
Pinckneyville Correctional Center 2 - Secure Medium 2274 5835 State Route 154
Pinckneyville, IL 62274
1998 Illinois Department of Corrections
Pittsfield Work Camp 7 - Low Minimum 267 23540 365th Street
Pittsfield, IL 62363
1996 Illinois Department of Corrections
Pontiac Correctional Center 1 - Maximum 1492 700 West Lincoln Street
Pontiac, IL 61764
1871 Illinois Department of Corrections
Pontiac Medium Security Unit 3 - High Medium 488 700 West Lincoln Street
Pontiac, IL 61764
1937 Illinois Department of Corrections
Robinson Correctional Center 5 - High Minimum 1223 13423 East 1150th Avenue
Robinson, IL 62454
1991 Illinois Department of Corrections
Shawnee Correctional Center 3 - High Medium 2147 6665 State Route 146 East
Vienna, IL 62995
1984 Illinois Department of Corrections
Sheridan Correctional Center 4 - Medium 2104 4017 E. 2603 Road
Sheridan, IL 60551
January 2, 2004 Illinois Department of Corrections
Southwestern Illinois Correctional Center 6 - Minimum 621 950 Kingshighway Street
East St. Louis, IL 62203
1995 Illinois Department of Corrections
Southwestern Illinois Work Camp 7 - Low Minimum 100 950 Kingshighway Street
East St. Louis, Il 62203
1995 Illinois Department of Corrections
Stateville Correctional Center 1 - Maximum 1648 16830 So. Broadway St.
Joliet, IL 60434
1925 Illinois Department of Corrections
Stateville Minimum Security Unit 7 - Low Minimum 185 16830 So. Broadway Street
Joliet, IL 60434
2003 Illinois Department of Corrections
Taylorville Correctional Center 5 - High Minimum 1221 1144 Illinois Route 29
Taylorville, IL 62568
1990 Illinois Department of Corrections
Vandalia Correctional Center 6 - Minimum 1700 Route 51 North
P.O. Box 500
Vandalia, Il 62471
1921 Illinois Department of Corrections
Vienna Correctional Center 6 - Minimum 1616 6695 State Route #146 East
Vienna, IL 62995
1965 Illinois Department of Corrections
Western Illinois Correctional Center 2 - Secure Medium 2173 2500 Rt. 99 South
Mount Sterling, IL 62353

The Western Illinois Correctional Center is a medium-security state prison for men located in Mount Sterling, Brown County, Illinois, owned and operated by the Illinois Department of Corrections.
1989 Illinois Department of Corrections

Adult Transition Centers
Crossroads Adult Transition Center
Fox Valley Adult Transition Center
North Lawndale Adult Transition Center
Peoria Adult Transition Center

Boot Camps
Dixon Springs Impact Incarceration Program (IIP)
Du Quoin Impact Incarceration Program (IIP)

Correctional Facilities
  1. Big Muddy River Correctional Center

  2. Centralia Correctional Center

  3. Danville Correctional Center

  4. Decatur Correctional Center

  5. Dixon Correctional Center

  6. East Moline Correctional Center

  7. Graham Correctional Center

  8. Hill Correctional Center

  9. Illinois River Correctional Center

  10. Jacksonville Correctional Center

  11. Joliet Treatment Center

  12. Lawrence Correctional Center

  13. Lincoln Correctional Center

  14. Logan Correctional Center

  15. Menard Correctional Center

  16. Menard Medium Security Unit

  17. Pinckneyville Correctional Center

  18. Pontiac Correctional Center

  19. Pontiac Medium Security Unit

  20. Robinson Correctional Center

  21. Shawnee Correctional Center

  22. Sheridan Correctional Center

  23. Southwestern Illinois Correctional Center

  24. Stateville Correctional Center

  25. Taylorville Correctional Center

  26. Vandalia Correctional Center

  27. Vienna Correctional Center

  28. Western Illinois Correctional Center

Women Facilities
Decatur Correctional Center
Fox Valley Adult Transition Center
Logan Correctional Center

Reception & Classification Centers
Graham Reception and Classification Center
Menard Reception and Classification Center
Northern Reception and Classification Center

Work Camps
Clayton Work Camp
East Moline Work Camp
Greene County Work Camp
Pittsfield Work Camp
Southwestern Illinois Work Camp
Stateville Minimum Security Unit

Questions that prison employees must be able to answer.
How are you prepared to take into detention individuals listed among that accused and guilty at www.nazianazirqazi.org?
If a person claiming to be a constituent representative is a criminal class 1 felon and a white or black person, how do you proceed with transferring such individual or individuals to prison with further punishments?
Are world military airdrop operations required?

Defense department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Adjunct general in the state and outside the state is an entity.

Here are further guidelines.

Directories.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.

Electricity department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Take a look at this.
http://www.nuclearpowersillinois.com/about

Engineering department of Illinois.
Engineering scenario in Illinois
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Who are who among engineers in Illinois?
Illinois has lacked highly skilled engineers up to 2015.
This is one of reason specific products are not manufactured in Illinois.

What is the requirement relevant to engineers in Illinois?
In Illinois, specific product manufacturing engineers are required for fuel oil, aluminum, iron, electrical products, machines, pharmaceutical products, vehicles, and education materials. These services have to go ahead through various departments in Illinois.

English language department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Communication Abilities
State department of English language

Estates department of Illinois.
Estates Units in Illinois
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
How many Estates Units are there in Illinois?
Here are further facts.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/estatesdepartment.html

Fire department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.

Food and supplies department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.

Fuel department of Illinois.
Fuel oil production
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Illinois Number and Capacity of Petroleum Refineries
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
List of oil pipelines

Facts & Figures
What is the scenario of fuel oil production in Illinois?
It is under feasibility analysis.

What is the consumption of fuel oil in Illinois each year?
It is under analysis for 2014.
Illinois Number and Capacity of Petroleum Refineries
  1. Joliet Refinery

  2. Lemont Refinery

  3. Robinson Refinery

  4. Wood River Refinery
Joliet Refinery Address: Arsenal Rd & I-55, Channahon, IL 60410
Phone: (815) 423-5571
Lemont Refinery Address: New Ave & E Romeo Rd, Lockport, IL 60441
Phone: (630) 257-7761
Robinson Refinery Address: 400 S Marathon Ave, Robinson, IL 62454
Phone: (618) 544-2121
Wood River Refinery Address: 900 South Central Avenue, Worden, IL 62097
Phone: (618) 254-7371

Joliet Refinery
Joliet Refinery Address: Arsenal Rd & I-55, Channahon, IL 60410
Phone: (815) 423-5571
Category: Petroleum Refining
Capacity: 12.5 million tons/annum & 250,000 bbl/day
Oil Refinery Photo:
Employees: 600
Refining Units •Atmospheric Distillation, 250,000 bpd
•Vacuum Distillation, 126,700 bpd
•Delayed Coker, 59,400 bpd
•Fluidised Catalytic Cracker, 98,000 bpd
•Catalytic Reformer, 52,600 bpd
•Naphtha Desulphurisation, 110,600 bpd
•Diesel Deslphurisation, 85,100 bpd About 90 percent of the products that come out of a barrel of crude refined at the Joliet Refinery are diesel and gasoline. The remaining 10 percent consists of a wide range of products, including propane, butane, industrial fuels and asphalt.

The major units in the Joliet Refinery are:
The crude unit. Also known as the distillation unit, this is the first step in refining. In the crude unit, crude oil is heated to more than 700°F, at which point the crude separates into fractions based on boiling point. Because different components in the crude boil at different temperatures, as the crude heats, the lighter components rise and the heavier components settle in the distillation tower.
The fluid catalytic cracker (FCC). The FCC takes the heavier products from the distillation tower and “cracks” hydrocarbon molecules into smaller molecules using a catalyst. These smaller molecules make up the majority of crude products we use today, so the FCC’s job is to break apart large, complex molecules into smaller, more useful molecules.
The coker. Like the FCC unit, the purpose of the coker is to break apart large hydrocarbon molecules and make them into smaller molecules. However, unlike the FCC unit, the coker unit handles the heaviest crude components that the FCC unit cannot, and turns these hard-to-manage molecules into valuable products. The heaviest product that this unit yields is coke, which the refinery sells as fuel for industrial applications such as cement production, steel milling and power generation.
The reformer. Once products have left the FCC, they’re in a more recognizable form than they were when they came to the refinery as crude. They’re still not quite ready to be used by consumers, though. The reformer takes lighter products from the crude and FCC units and further treats them, removing sulfur and converting lower octane products like naphtha into high-octane gasoline. A byproduct of this process – hydrogen – is used elsewhere in the plant to remove sulfur from gasoline and diesel fuel.
Catalytic hydro-desulfurization unit. This unit removes sulfur from fuel to produce ultra-low-sulfur diesel. This unit is so effective that it can modify diesel until it contains fewer than 15 parts per million of sulfur. Along with newer engines, this unit is responsible for a dramatic decrease in emissions from trucks running on this fuel.
The wet gas scrubber. In 2008, this unit was constructed at the Joliet Refinery to decrease emissions and improve air quality. The wet gas scrubber acts like a giant washing machine, scrubbing sulfur oxides (SOx) from refinery exhaust using heated water and caustic (lye). As a result, SOx emissions from two main point sources have been reduced by 97 percent. The technology used in the wet gas scrubber was evaluated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and determined to be the best available control technology for this purpose. This unit represents a significant environmental investment by the refinery.
Wastewater treatment. Water is used throughout the refinery as part of daily operations, and this water is treated once it is no longer needed. The Joliet Refinery’s wastewater treatment system is similar to most municipal treatment plants, but with a few refinery specific tools. The refinery’s wastewater treatment technology includes a unit called an activated sludge aerator, in which millions of microbiological organisms live and feed off impurities in the water. This means that simply by surviving, these organisms improve water quality. By the end of the entire wastewater treatment process, water coming from the Joliet Refinery adheres to all EPA quality standards
Crude Supply Enbridge Line 14 Oil Pipeline
•Line 14 is a 24-inch, pipeline with capacity of 317,600 barrels per day, installed in 1998. •It predominantly transports light crude oil to Chicago area refineries, including Joliet Refinery, Lemont Refinery and Whiting Refinery
History 1972 - Joliet Refinery commissioned
Documents: Background Documents :
Products Produced Diesel and gasoline, propane, butane, industrial fuels and asphalt
Exxon Mobil operates this 238,600 barrel-per-day refinery in Joliet.
County: Will County
City/State/Zip: Joliet, IL
Climate: In recent years, average temperatures in the county seat of Joliet have ranged from a low of 13 °F (-11 °C) in January to a high of 85 °F (29 °C) in July, although a record low of -26 °F (-32 °C) was recorded in January 1985 and a record high of 104 °F (40 °C) was recorded in June 1988. Average monthly precipitation ranged from 1.58 inches (40 mm) in January to 4.34 inches (110 mm) in July.
Adjacent counties DuPage County (north) Cook County (northeast) Lake County, Indiana (east) Kankakee County (south) Grundy County (southwest) Kendall County (west) Kane County (northwest)

Lemont Refinery
Lemont Refinery Address: New Ave & E Romeo Rd, Lockport, IL 60441 Phone: (630) 257-7761
Oil Refinery Photo:
Employment 1,050
Geographic Size 1,100 Acres
Geographic size 900 Acres
Number of ship canal docks 1
Number of wastewater treatment plants 1
1984 Romeoville petroleum refinery disaster
North Plant New Avenue and 127th Street
South Plant 135th Street and New Avenue
Production Capacity (gasoline) 4.0 Million gpd (on average)
Crude Capacity 167,000 bpd (on average)
Year Established 1997
Categories Lubricating Oils and Greases Manufacturers in Lemont, IL
Products Uses
Liquid Petroleum Gas 10 Uses
Gasoline Fuel
Diesel Fuel Fuel
Aviation Turbine Fuel Airline Fuel
Xylenes Petrochemicals
Toluene Industrial Solvents
Molten Sulfur Fertilizer and Basic Chemicals
Butane Cooking and Camping Fuels
Kerosene Heating and Lighting Fuels
Propane uel Outlets
Petroleum Coke Industrial Fuels
Top Ten Uses of LPG LPG which is otherwise known as Liquefied Petroleum Gas, has many industrial as well as domestic uses. It can even be identified to some rare and unusual uses. Let us see the top ten uses of LPG or what we also know as Liquefied Petroleum Gas.
1) The top most use of LPG is to use as the main fuel for vehicles. It burns better than diesel or petrol and hence, the top most use for LPG is to use it as ignition fuel. It is also more energy efficient and is said to leave lesser damaging impact on the atmosphere and the environment.

2) LPG is also popularly used as a refrigerant. Since butane and propane are both considered to be energy efficient, LPG serves as a great hydrocarbon.

3) LPG is also used as a chemical feedstock.

4) Apart from being used as a motor fuel, it is also a great feul used for other purposes.

5) LPG is also used for agricultural purposes in drying processes.

6) As a great industrial fuel, LPG is also used in solution heating processes.

7) The other main use of LPG is as domestic fuel or what we know as cooking fuel. LPG gas is a combination of propane and butane. Even these individual components have many domestic uses. Like propane is used in portable stoves as well as barbeques and butane is used in deodorants and even gas lighters used to light gas ovens in the kitchens and even cigarattes.

8) LPG is also used in centralised heating solutions both for domestic as well as industrial premises. You will find it being used in carbon-based home heating solutions. Not to forget that it is also found to be used in commercial heating processes.

9) The paper industry as well as the food processing industry is also one of the top most industries which rely heavily on LPG. It has also a major role in the plastic industry and is even used in making explosives.

10) LPG is also used to produce electrical energy by running turbines.

Robinson Refinery
Robinson Refinery Address: 400 S Marathon Ave, Robinson, IL 62454
Phone: (618) 544-2121
Employment: Approximately 725 employees
Categories Whol Petroleum Products Mfg Lubricating Oils/Greases
Site: Located in southeastern Illinois, Crawford County
History: Built in 1906
Refining Capacity: 212,000 barrels per calendar day
Crude Oil Supply: Sweet and sour crude oils
Operations: Crude distillation, catalytic cracking, hydrocracking, hydrotreating, coking, reforming, alkylation aromatics extraction, isomerization and sulfur recovery
Products: Gasoline, distillates, propane, anode-grade coke, aromatics and slurry
Product Distribution: Pipeline, transport truck and rail

Wood River Refinery
Wood River Refinery Address: 900 South Central Avenue, Worden, IL 62097
Phone: (618) 254-7371
The Wood River Refinery is an oil refinery located in Roxana, Illinois, approximately 15 miles (24 km) north of St. Louis, Missouri, on the east side of the Mississippi River.
Location: Roxana, Illinois, about 15 miles northeast of St. Louis, Missouri
Roxana, Illinois
Modes of Transport Pipeline
Barge/ship
Tank truck
Railcar
Oil Refinery Photo:
Wood River Refinery looking west towards the Mississippi River

List of oil pipelines
North America
Enbridge Pipeline System
Keystone Pipeline
Keystone XL Pipeline (proposed)
Portland-Montreal Pipe Line
Trans Mountain Pipeline System
Bakken pipeline
Big Inch
Calnev Pipeline
Chaparral NGL System
Colonial Pipeline
Dixie Pipeline
Double H Pipeline
Dow Pipeline
Enbridge Pipeline System
Jayhawk and Kaw Pipelines
Keystone Pipeline
Keystone XL Pipeline (proposed)
Lakehead Pipeline
Longhorn Pipeline
Magellan Midstream
Mid-America Pipeline System
Minnesota Pipeline
North Dakota Pipeline
Olympic Pipeline
Plantation Pipeline
Pony Express Pipeline
Ruby Pipeline
Seaway Pipeline
Seminole Pipeline
Trans-Alaska Pipeline System
Trans Mountain Pipeline
Unev Pipeline
Yellowstone Pipeline
Other pipelines

Sand Hills Pipeline: This pipeline is being developed by DCP Midstream. It will extend for 700 miles from West to East Texas and have an initial capacity of approximately 120,000 barrels per day.[1] The first segment of the pipeline opened in October 2012.[2]

Pecos River Pipeline: Developed by Bridger Group and Advantage Pipeline, the Pecos River Pipeline will provide a link from the Delaware Basin to the Gulf Coast. The pipeline will run from the Pecos, Texas, to Crane, Texas, where it will connect to the Longhorn Pipeline. The Pecos River Pipeline will have an initial capacity of 150,000 barrels per day.[3]

Sterling III Pipeline: Under development from Oneok Partners, the Sterling III Pipeline will extend from parts of Texas and Oklahoma in the Mid-Continent region to the Gulf Coast, and have a capacity of approximately 193,000 barrels per day.[4]

ATEX Express: Enterprise Products Partners is developing the 1,230-mile ATEX Express pipeline to transport ethane from Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio to the Gulf Coast.[5]

Health department of Illinois.
Human healthcare scenario in Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
What is the human healthcare scenario of Illinois?
Human healthcare of Illinois is in shambles. This holds true up to June 3, 2015.

Physicians

Various individuals have been selected and placed at various locations in past years by fraudulent regimes.
They are concerned for their remuneration and enhancing their nefarious designs while people are been harmed.
Their focus should be public health enhancement and individualized health enhancement.
They have to face premature retirement.
New physicians must be encouraged to get involved in public health enhancements and individualized health enhancement.
They must prove their competence by circulating guidelines through media, including presentation on TV programs in the English language.

You must know that those who have exempt posting now once worked like you with nonexempt posting.

Hospitals in Illinois

District hospitals in Illinois
Primary health centers in Illinois

Products manufactured by engineering department in Illinois.
What products are manufactured by the engineering department in Illinois?
All engineers in Illinois must be reminded that they have to annually show that they participated in product manufacturing that enhanced economy.

Housing and development department of Illinois.
Housing total units in Illinois
Academic Guidelines
Assisted Living in Illinois
Supportive Living Facilities
Nursing Homes in Illinois
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.

Assisted Living in Illinois
What is the difference between Supportive Living Facilities and Assisted Living Facilities?
Here are further facts.
Illinois Assisted Living Facilities by Region
Assisted Living Facilities near Chicago, Illinois

Nursing Homes in Illinois
IDPH - Skilled Nursing Facilities (Nursing Homes)
A Listing of Illinois Nursing Homes
How to select a Nursing Home
HCFA Nursing Home Database
Quarterly Reports of Nursing Home Violations
Illinois Law on Advance Directives
Nursing Homes with No Certification Deficiencies
Nursing Home Care Act
Nurse Aide Registry
Nursing Home Quality Initiative
Illinois Nursing Homes Watch List
Contact Illinois Nursing Home Services
Nursing Homes

Supportive Living Facilities
Supportive Living

How many housing units are there in Illinois?
Housing units 2014 :
Total housing units in Illinois
Here are further guidelines.

Hospitality and Protocol department of Illinois.
Illinois hospitality and protocol regulated hotels.
How many hotels are regulated by Illinois hospitality and protocol?
All.

Human Resources department of Illinois.
Human Resources Illinois
Who is who in Illinois?
  1. Aviation human resources Illinois.

  2. Agriculture and food sciences, human resources Illinois.

  3. Defense human resources Illinois.

  4. Economy and budget human resources Illinois.

  5. Electricity human resources Illinois.

  6. Engineering human resources Illinois.

  7. Executive staff.

  8. Food and supplies human resources Illinois.

  9. Health human resources Illinois.

  10. Higher education human resources Illinois.

  11. Housing and development human resources Illinois.

  12. Hospitality and Protocol human resources Illinois.

  13. Human services human resources Illinois.

  14. Human Resources human resources Illinois.

  15. Information and broadcasting human resources Illinois.

  16. Irrigation & Flood Control human resources Illinois.

  17. Illinoisi representative in North America, Latin, Australia, Africa, other Asian states.

  18. Law/justice human resources Illinois.

  19. Mechanical engineering human resources Illinois.

  20. Public health human resources Illinois.

  21. Planning and development human resources Illinois.

  22. Police human resources Illinois.

  23. Public Libraries human resources Illinois.

  24. Roads & Buildings human resources Illinois.

  25. Secretary of State human resources Illinois.

  26. School education human resources Illinois.

  27. State offices and agencies of emergency management human resources Illinois.

  28. Textiles human resources Illinois.

  29. Telecommunications human resources Illinois.

  30. Transportation human resources Illinois.

  31. Water human resources Illinois.

  32. World government human resources from various states around the world.

What nominees do you have?
How should you forward your profile?

Here is a sample profile.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/samplebiodata.html

If your profile is available, then we can speak on the telephone or have a face-to-face meeting.

Police department of Illinois.
Police human resources Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Areas
Police Recruitment Board Illinois.
Police Recruitment Board Illinois.

Do you have any nominee for Police Recruitment Board Illinois?

What should be abilities of nominee for Police Recruitment Board Illinois?

He or she should be truthful.
He or she should be well behaved.
He or she should have public service focus.
He or she should know everything about: 1.State Criminal law (state law) 2.Civil law. 3.International law. 4.Administrative law in the state. 5.State constitution or world constitution.
6.Police equipment orientation and training has to be taught at the end.
He or she should be good at English language and one local language.
He or she should have abilities to guide others publicly through various communication methods and face-to-face in-person.

Here are further guidelines.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/policetrainingworld.html

Here are further guidelines.
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/
    Areas

    Police department of Illinois.
    ILLINOIS STATE POLICE DISTRICTS, LOCATION OF HEADQUARTER POSTS AND COUNTIES SERVED
    District 1 Sterling 3107 E. Lincolnway Sterling, Illinois Telephone: (815) 632-4010 Carroll Lee Ogle Whiteside
    District 2 Elgin 777 S. State St. Elgin, Illinois Telephone:(847) 931-2405 DeKalb DuPage Kane Lake McHenry
    District Chicago Des Plaines 9511 W. Harrison St. Des Plaines, Illinois Telephone: (847) 294-4400 Cook
    District 5 Lockport 16648 S. Broadway Lockport, Illinois Telephone: (815) 726 6377 Grundy Kendall Will
    District 6 Pontiac 800 Old Airport Road Pontiac, Illinois Telephone: (815) 844-1500 De Witt Livingston McLean
    District 7 East Moline 800 Hillcrest Rd. East Moline, IllinoisTelephone: (309) 752-4915 Henry Knox Mercer Rock Island
    District 8 Metamora 1265 Lourdes Rd. Metamora, IllinoisTelephone: (309) 383-2133 Marshall Peoria Stark Tazewell Woodford
    District 9 Springfield 801 South 7th Street, Suite 100-M Springfield, IllinoisTelephone: (217) 786-7107 Cass Christian Logan Mason Menard Morgan Sangamon
    District 10 Pesotum P.O. Box 110 Pesotum, Illinois Telephone: (217) 867-2050 Champaign Coles Douglas Edgar Macon Moultrie Piatt Shelby Vermilion
    District 11 Collinsville 1100 Eastport Plaza Dr. Collinsville, IllinoisTelephone: (618) 346-3990 Bond Clinton Madison Monroe St. Clair
    District 12 Effingham 401 Industrial Ave., Suite A Effingham, IllinoisTelephone: (217) 347-2711 Clark Clay Crawford Cumberland Effingham Fayette Jasper Lawrence Marion Richland
    District 13 DuQuoin 1391 S. Washington Street DuQuoin, IllinoisTelephone: (618) 542 -2171 Franklin Jackson Jefferson Perry Randolph Washington Williamson
    District 14 Macomb 1600 North Lafayette Street Macomb, Illinois Telephone: (309) 833-4046 Fulton Hancock Henderson McDonough Warren
    District 15 OakBrook 2700 Ogden Ave. Downers Grove, Illinois Telephone: (630) 241-6800 Ext. 5030 Tollway
    District 16 Pecatonica 16450 West State Rd. Pecatonica, Illinois Telephone: (815) 239-1152 Boone Jo Daviess Stephenson Winnebago
    District 17 LaSalle 2971 E. 350th Road La Salle, Illinois Telephone: (815) 224-1171 Bureau La Salle Putnam
    District 18 Litchfield 102 Illinois Route 16 Litchfield, Illinois Telephone: (217) 324-4900 Calhoun Greene Jersey Macoupin Montgomery
    District 19 Carmi 919 Illinois Route 14 Carmi, Illinois Telephone: (618) 382-4606 Edwards Gallatin Hamilton Saline Wabash Wayne White
    District 20 Pittsfield P.O. Box 32 Pittsfield, Illinois Telephone: (217) 285-2034 Adams Brown Pike Schuyler Scott
    District 21 Ashkum P.O. Box 147 Ashkum, Illinois Telephone: (815) 698-2395 Ford Iroquois Kankakee
    District 22 Ullin 1154 Shawnee College Rd. Ullin, Illinois Telephone: (618) 845-3740 Alexander Hardin Johnson Massac Pope Pulaski Union


Roads & Buildings department of Illinois.
Roads and building scenario of Illinois.
Here are further guidelines.

Roads
Roads & Buildings./Public Works Department/PWD
State department of Roads & Buildings
Roads & Buildings human resources Illinois.
Illinois roads

Total length maintained by R&B Department : _______
Blacktopped : _______
Metalled : _______
Shingled : _______
Fair weather : _______
Jeepable : _______



Highway System

Railways
]illinois railroad map - Illinois Department of Transportation
Would you like to add anything?
Do you have any recommendations?

Statistics
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Illinois statistical areas
Map of the 102 counties of the State of Illinois

Police department of Illinois.
ILLINOIS STATE POLICE DISTRICTS, LOCATION OF HEADQUARTER POSTS AND COUNTIES SERVED
Which states border Illinois?
The following states directly border Illinois:
Indiana
Iowa
Kentucky
Missouri
Wisconsin

Total land dimensions of Illinois
What is the total land area of Illinois?
Area: 57,918 sq.mi
Largest Cities:
Chicago | Aurora | Rockford | Joliet | Naperville | Springfield | Peoria | Elgin | Waukegan | Cicero

Population (2013):
12,882,135;

Zip Codes:
Illinois Zip Codes

Truthful, well behaved individuals from Illinois
Can you name some truthful well behaved individuals from Illinois?
What are names and profiles of truthful well behaved individuals from Illinois?

List of truthful well behaved individuals from Illinois 2014.
Top secret.
Last updated: March 30, 2015.
To be updated further.
Do you know any individuals who are truthful well behaved individuals from Illinois?

Important places:
Here are further guidelines.

School education department of Illinois.
Schools in Illinois
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
How many schools are there in Illinois?
Length of School Year: A minimum of 176 school days is required by Illinois state law.
Number of Public School Districts: There are 866 public school districts in Illinois.
Number of Public Schools: There are 4397 public schools in Illinois. ****
Number of Students Served in Public Schools: There are 2,083,097 public school students in Illinois.
Number of Teachers in Public Schools: There are 131,777 public school teachers in Illinois.****
Average Class Size: The average class size In Illinois is 15.8 students per 1 teacher. ****

What is the enrollment of schools in Illinois?
Illinois ranks as the 5th state in terms of student enrollment and 5th in terms of total number of schools. It ranks 12th for the student/teacher ratio and sits 30th for the percentage of students on free or reduced lunches.
Illinois Schools
Here are further facts.

Transportation department of Illinois.
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Here are further guidelines.

Vehicles
How many total vehicles are in Illinois?
  1. Aircraft.

  2. Buses.

  3. Cars.

  4. Tanks.

  5. Trucks.

  6. Three wheelers.

  7. Two wheelers.

Water department of Illinois.
PHE
Water Resources and their Management in Illinois
Tap water
Academic Guidelines
Faculty & Staff Directories
Facts and figures
Locations and Facilities
Service rules in the state and outside the state.
Here are further guidelines.
Your Drinking Water Source

Tube well water
Tube well water

Lakes

Profiles of Illinois Lakes
Rivers
Illinois Rivers and Lakes Fact Sheets

Counties in Illinois
  1. Adams

  2. Alexander

  3. Bond

  4. Boone

  5. Brown

  6. Bureau

  7. Calhoun

  8. Carroll

  9. Cass

  10. Champaign

  11. Christian

  12. Clark

  13. Clay

  14. Clinton

  15. Coles

  16. Cook

  17. Crawford

  18. Cumberland

  19. DE Witt

  20. Dekalb

  21. Douglas

  22. Dupage

  23. Edgar

  24. Edwards

  25. Effingham

  26. Fayette

  27. Ford

  28. Franklin

  29. Fulton

  30. Gallatin

  31. Greene

  32. Grundy

  33. Hamilton

  34. Hancock

  35. Hardin

  36. Henderson

  37. Henry

  38. Iroquois

  39. Jackson

  40. Jasper

  41. Jefferson

  42. Jersey

  43. JO Daviess

  44. Johnson

  45. Kane

  46. Kankakee

  47. Kendall

  48. Knox

  49. LA Salle

  50. Lake

  51. Lawrence

  52. Lee

  53. Livingston

  54. Logan

  55. Macon

  56. Macoupin

  57. Madison

  58. Marion

  59. Marshall

  60. Mason

  61. Massac

  62. Mcdonough

  63. Mchenry

  64. Mclean

  65. Menard

  66. Mercer

  67. Monroe

  68. Montgomery

  69. Morgan

  70. Moultrie

  71. Ogle

  72. Peoria

  73. Perry

  74. Piatt

  75. Pike

  76. Pope

  77. Pulaski

  78. Putnam

  79. Randolph

  80. Richland

  81. Rock Island

  82. Saline

  83. Sangamon

  84. Schuyler

  85. Scott

  86. Shelby

  87. St. Clair

  88. Stark

  89. Stephenson

  90. Tazewell

  91. Union

  92. Vermilion

  93. Wabash

  94. Warren

  95. Washington

  96. Wayne

  97. White

  98. Whiteside

  99. Will

  100. Williamson

  101. Winnebago

  102. Woodford

March 1, 2016
Illinois Counties by Population
Rank County Population
1 Cook County 5,238,216
2 DuPage County 933,736
3 Lake County 703,910
4 Will County 687,263
5 Kane County 530,847
6 McHenry County 307,343
7 Winnebago County 287,078
8 Madison County 266,209
9 St. Clair County 264,052
10 Champaign County 208,861
11 Sangamon County 198,712
12 Peoria County 186,221
13 McLean County 173,166
14 Rock Island County 146,133
15 Tazewell County 134,800
16 Kendall County 123,355
17 LaSalle County 111,333
18 Kankakee County 110,879
19 Macon County 107,303
20 DeKalb County 104,352
21 Vermilion County 79,282
22 Williamson County 67,466
23 Adams County 67,013
24 Jackson County 59,362
25 Whiteside County 57,079
26 Boone County 53,585
27 Coles County 52,521
28 Ogle County 51,659
29 Knox County 51,441
30 Grundy County 50,541
31 Henry County 49,489
32 Macoupin County 46,045
33 Stephenson County 45,749
34 Franklin County 39,485
35 Woodford County 39,227
36 Jefferson County 38,353
37 Marion County 38,339
38 Clinton County 37,786
39 Livingston County 36,671
40 Fulton County 35,699
41 Morgan County 34,828
42 Lee County 34,584
43 Effingham County 34,371
44 Monroe County 33,879
45 Christian County 33,642
46 Bureau County 33,587
47 Randolph County 32,852
48 McDonough County 31,333
49 Logan County 29,494
50 Montgomery County 28,898
51 Iroquois County 28,672
52 Saline County 24,548
53 Jersey County 22,372
54 Jo Daviess County 22,086
55 Fayette County 22,043
56 Shelby County 21,775
57 Perry County 21,543
58 Douglas County 19,823
59 Crawford County 19,414
60 Hancock County 18,543
61 Edgar County 17,664
62 Warren County 17,527
63 Union County 17,408
64 Bond County 16,950
65 Lawrence County 16,491
66 Wayne County 16,423
67 Piatt County 16,387
68 De Witt County 16,247
69 Richland County 16,029
70 Pike County 15,989
71 Clark County 15,979
72 Mercer County 15,858
73 Moultrie County 14,931
74 Massac County 14,766
75 Carroll County 14,616
76 White County 14,327
77 Washington County 14,270
78 Ford County 13,736
79 Mason County 13,701
80 Clay County 13,428
81 Greene County 13,241
82 Cass County 12,847
83 Johnson County 12,762
84 Menard County 12,444
85 Marshall County 11,982
86 Wabash County 11,542
87 Cumberland County 10,898
88 Jasper County 9,607
89 Hamilton County 8,200
90 Schuyler County 7,032
91 Henderson County 6,995
92 Brown County 6,829
93 Alexander County 6,780
94 Edwards County 6,534
95 Stark County 5,788
96 Pulaski County 5,678
97 Putnam County 5,644
98 Gallatin County 5,265
99 Scott County 5,092
100 Calhoun County 4,899
101 Pope County 4,226
102 Hardin County 4,135

Issues Relevant to Illinois: What are various issues relevant to Illinois at this point?
Corrections Department of Illinois
Economy and Budget Issues in Illinois
Housing Issues in Illinois
Issues of medical examiners in various areas of Illinois.
Issues for the director of administrative office of Illinois courts.
Issues for the director of administrative office of Illinois courts.
Media Issues in Illinois
Public health issues in Illinois.
Terminations from services in Illinois and outside Illinois.
Terminations from services in Illinois and outside Illinois.
Public health issues in Illinois.
Illinois Department of Public Health


What are the duties of the director of the Illinois Department of Public Health?
What staff works with the director of the Illinois Department of Public Health?
What staff works with the director of the Illinois Department of health?
Who are among the staff of the director of the state department of health?
Who are among the staff of the director of the state department of public health?
Who are among the guides for the state department of health and state department of public health?
Who has the duty to nominate, scrutinize, confirm, discipline, punish for criminal wrongdoing, and educate aspiring forensic pathologists as well as provide continuing education for existing forensic pathologists, including the chief medical examiners, in various areas of Illinois?
What are the various areas of location of the chief medical examiners in Illinois?
Can every chief medical examiner in various areas of the state elaborate on specific cases every day?
What are the differences in the duties of the director of the Illinois Department of Public Health and the director of the Illinois Department of Health?
Who has the duty to place a primary care physician and/or counselor at a walkable distance from community health centers in Illinois?
The existing director of health in Illinois and existing director of public health in Illinois do not have answers to these questions: Is this justified?


Who has the responsibility to resolve these issues in Illinois?

To: Illinois Department of Public Health and Illinois Department of Health.

Take a look at this/
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/health.html

What do you have to do?
Doctor Asif Qureshi dedicates these resources for public good to state departments of health and state departments of public health.

Make sure these resources, with my directives, are displayed at state departments of health and state departments of public health; this includes education for aspiring physicians, continuing education for existing healthcare professions, and guidelines for patients as well.

Terminations from services in Illinois and outside Illinois.

Who needs to be terminated from services due to various irreparable harms from them?
See who is on the list of termination from services with further punishments.

Issues for the director of administrative office of Illinois courts.

What questions should the director of administrative office of state courts be able to answer?
Here are further facts.

Replacement of the existing director of administrative office of state courts in Illinois.
Incompetence, racial discrimination, and maintenance of criminal silence.
Ignorance of the law is no excuse.
Maintenance of criminal silence does not mean that these criminals should not be punished.

Who is the supervisor of the director of administrative office of Illinois courts?
How do you plan to replace immediately, within a week, these criminals or incompetent individuals in public service?


Issues of medical examiners in various areas of Illinois.

Who is on the list of medical examiners/coroners of Illinois?
  1. Adams County

  2. Alexander County

  3. Bond County

  4. Boone County

  5. Brown County

  6. Bureau County

  7. Calhoun County

  8. Carroll County

  9. Cass County

  10. Champaign County

  11. Christian County

  12. Clark County

  13. Clay County

  14. Clinton County

  15. Coles County

  16. Cook County

  17. Crawford County

  18. Cumberland County

  19. DeKalb County

  20. Dewitt County

  21. Douglas County

  22. DuPage County

  23. Edgar County

  24. Edwards County

  25. Effingham County

  26. Fayette County

  27. Ford County

  28. Franklin County

  29. Fulton County

  30. Gallatin County

  31. Greene County

  32. Grundy County

  33. Hamilton County

  34. Hancock County

  35. Hardin County

  36. Henderson County

  37. Henry County

  38. Iriquois County

  39. Jackson County

  40. Jasper County

  41. Jefferson County

  42. Jersey County

  43. Jo Daviess County

  44. Johnson County

  45. Kane County

  46. Kankakee County

  47. Kendall County

  48. Knox County

  49. Lake County

  50. LaSalle County

  51. Lawrence County

  52. Lee County

  53. Livingston County

  54. Logan County

  55. McDonough County

  56. McHenry County

  57. McLean County

  58. Macon County

  59. Macoupin County

  60. Madison County

  61. Marion County

  62. Marshall County

  63. Mason County

  64. Massac County

  65. Menard County

  66. Mercer County

  67. Monroe County

  68. Montgomery County

  69. Morgan County

  70. Moulttrie County

  71. Ogle County

  72. Peoria County

  73. Perry County

  74. Piatt County

  75. Pike County

  76. Pope County

  77. Pulaski County

  78. Putnam County

  79. Randolph County

  80. Richland County

  81. Rock Island County

  82. St Clair County

  83. Saline County

  84. Sangamon County

  85. Schuyler County

  86. Scott County

  87. Shelby County

  88. Stark County

  89. Stephenson County

  90. Tazwell County

  91. Union County

  92. Vermilion County

  93. Wabash County

  94. Warren County

  95. Washington County

  96. Wayne County

  97. White County

  98. Whiteside County

  99. Will County

  100. Williamson County

  101. Winnebago County

  102. Woodford County

Where are the guidelines for a medical examiner/coroner in specific area in every state?
Here are further guidelines.

Physician forensic pathology
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/forensicpathologist.html

Physician forensic psychiatry
http://www.qureshiuniversity.com/forensicpsychiatrist.html

Housing Issues in Illinois
Matters related to replacing property managers with facilities managers within and outside the state.

What locations within and outside the state need facilities managers?
Any building within or outside the state that is not a house needs a facilities manager.
A house needs resident services in the state only.
A building needs resident services and a facilities manager in the state.
A facilities manager should know he or she is providing a public service.
Do not harm.
Do not harm, provoke, harass, or disturb building residents.

Why is there a need to place facilities managers at various locations, including housing within and outside the state?
Various harms have occurred.
To prevent further harms from fraudulently placed or harmful property managers without approval from the state department of housing and similar departments, like the Illinois Department of Human Services, placing facilities managers is the best option.
Punishments of property managers who have inflicted irreparable harms.
These issues do not need an event for deliberations. These issues do not need a meeting.
These issues can be fixed via the Internet.

5042 N. Winthrop Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60640: A facilities manager needs to be placed as soon as possible. Instructions for the new facilities manager at 5042 N. Winthrop Ave., Chicago, Illinois 60640: Do not harm, harass, provoke, or disturb building residents.

The Illinois Department of Housing director needs to place competent facilities managers at various housing buildings.

Housing inventory in the state: What is on the list of housing inventory in the state?
As of May 24, 2016, the director of Illinois housing was not able to provide such an inventory.

Why should the head of the state have a housing inventory available within a few clicks and a few minutes?
If there is an evacuation, where do people stay after evacuating?
If a resident of the state has an emergency need for housing, where will the resident stay?

Media Issues in Illinois

What are the issues relevant to media in Illinois?
Establishment of a media department of Illinois.
Such a media department of Illinois must circulate two daily English language newspapers with a focus on Illinois news and international news in addition to television and radio news.
The Chicago Sun-Times and Chicago Tribune must be slowly closed due to the fact that they are monopolists.
Those who serve the Illinois department of media will be Illinois employees.

Economy and Budget Issues in Illinois

Annual Budget for Illinois

What issues, as of June 30, 2016, were relevant for Illinois budget talks?
Proper preparation was not done.
Questions were not answered ahead of time to fix issues.
Budget was allocated to a few educational resources and universities that do not enhance education.
50 essential departments in Illinois were not mentioned.

What are the essential departments in every state?
Here are further guidelines.
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Illinois Economy
What is on the list of products of Illinois?
Corn, soybeans, wheat, cattle, dairy products, timber, coal, petroleum
Here are further facts.
Number of Farms: 75,900
Average Farm Size: 348 acres
Total Farmland: 26.7 million acres
Last Updated: June 2, 2016

Agriculture

The state of Illinois houses more than 74,600 farms at 357 acres each. Almost 90% of this land is used to raise crops, and about 1,500 different types of fertile soil exist in the state. Top agricultural products raised on these farms are corn, soybeans, wheat, pork and cattle. Additional crops grown in Illinois include oats, sorghum and fruits and vegetables. Specialty crops such as ginseng, buckwheat, mushrooms and popcorn are also grown on Illinois farms and lend to a strong agriculture ______.?

Livestock

Cattle
Sheep, lambs, goats
Turkeys
Laying hens or broilers
Broiler chickens
Ducks

Hogs
swine over 55 lbs.
swine under 55 lbs.

Crops

Illinois is a leading farm income state with corn as its most important crop. Most of the crop is sold as grain and livestock feed but corn is also processed to produce corn syrup, starch and fuel alcohol.

Soybeans are the second most farm product, followed by hay, wheat, rye, oats and grain sorghum.

Apples are the most important fruit crop in Illinois. Other fruit crops are melons and peaches.

Vegetable crops, other than sweet corn, are asparagus, cabbage, lima beans and snap beans.

Manufacturing

Manufacturers add value to raw products by creating manufactured items. For example, cotton cloth becomes more valuable than a boll of cotton through manufacturing processes.

Illinois is a leading manufacturing state with machinery (construction equipment, farm machinery, machine tools) ranking first in this sector.

The processed food sector ranks second among manufacturing industries with the chief products being baked goods, breakfast cereals, candy, sausage, and spices. Other processed foods include dairy, sauces and soft drinks

Chemical manufacturing (cleaning solutions, pharmaceuticals) ranks third. Other chemical products include industrial chemicals, paint, and resins.

Mining

Coal is the most important mined product of Illinois.

Petroleum, crushed stone, sand and gravel provide a substantial contribution to the mining sector.

Other mineral products are clays and tripoli, an abrasive silica.

Rocks found in the Illinois Basin are a rich source of coal, petroleum and minerals. With coal being the primary product, petroleum, crushed stone, sand and gravel also contribute to the Illinois economy. More than 8 billion tons of coal has been mined out of southern Illinois, primarily in the Harrisburg Coal Field. Over 4 billion barrels of petroleum have been mined out of the state of Illinois.

Services

Departments that are essential in every state
These guidelines are for government departments of various states around the world.
Here are further guidelines.
2015

Crops & Livestock

Corn and soybeans are the top Illinois crops. Corn and Soybeans combined account for over $13 billion dollars in farm sales.

Most corn is used for livestock feed, but can also be used for ethanol (a fuel additive), plastics, foods, and much more.

Illinois produces enough corn each year to fill a train of box cars stretching more than 7,600 miles from here to Hong Kong.

Most soybeans are used for livestock feed but can also be used for soybean oil, medicines, soy ink, paints, cosmetics, and much more.

Illinois leads in the production of pumpkins and horseradish, both of which are specialty crops.

There are 1,380,000 cattle, 4,050,000 pigs, 69,000 sheep and 200,000 horses in Illinois.

Illinois dairy cattle produce over 1.8 million pounds of milk each year.

Illinois poultry producers produce over 1.4 million eggs each year.

Climate & Soil

The climate of Illinois is good for crop growth.

Hot summers help plants grow and cold winters help soil replenish itself.

Southern Illinois typically receives 40” of rain each year and Northern Illinois typically receives 34” .

Winds from the Gulf of Mexico bring most of the rain and snow to Illinois.

The Northern part of Illinois averages 25oF in January and 75oF in July. The Southern part of Illinois averages 36oF in January and 79oF in July.

The average depth of top soil in Illinois is 12.6”.

Illinois has some of the richest and most productive soil in the world.

“Drummer” soil series has been designated the official state soil.

Illinois has approximately 1,500 different soil types
Last Updated: March 3, 2017