A PRIMER ON PLASTIC TYPES AND HOW THEY IMPACT HEALTH

| March 15, 2019

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Bags, bottles, buckets, and bumpers… seemingly unrelated materials that all have one thing in common: plastic. Plastics are a flexible, durable, cheap, and lightweight technology that have revolutionized the way we live. Since the 1950s, plastic production and usage has taken off. Most of the plastic produced for packaging, where it is used for the least amount of time.

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Thirumalai Chemicals manufacturers a wide range of Industrial & Speciality Chemicals. Starting with the production of Phthalic Anhydride in 1973 at Ranipet, South India, TCL since then has grown to manufacture many other critical Industrial Chemicals: Maleic Anhydride, Fumaric Acid and Malic Acid and various Fine Chemicals and Derivatives.

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Eliminating Harmful Chemicals from Your Household Products

Article | February 24, 2020

I have just recently starting swapping out my old household cleaning products for new, safer versions that contain fewer harmful chemicals. This can be a daunting process for most people including me! I am by no means an expert in this process, and I have debated whether I should write a blog article about it. However, I decided to go ahead and share with you what I have learned so far, and maybe we can go through this process together.

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CHEMICAL SPILL PREVENTION

Article | February 28, 2020

When it comes to your workplace, nothing should be prioritized over the safety of your employees. As your greatest asset to your business, they should feel safe in their work environment. Maintaining a safe work environment is a particularly important consideration for companies who work with or store hazardous materials. And it is not only critical for the appeasement of the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requirements but the well-being and safety of your employees. That’s why, in this article, we will discuss chemical spill prevention in your workplace facility.

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What is Rate of Reaction and Why is It Important For The Chemical Industry?

Article | February 18, 2020

It would not be an exaggeration to say that the rate of reaction is the true lifeline of the chemical industry in India, and the whole world. A lower rate of reaction would mean, chemical manufacturers can produce products at much faster rates which gives them a great competitive advantage over others. The chemical industry strives to create a faster rate of reactions as it impacts revenue goals.

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The pandemic, climate change, plastic waste and the great divide: the world in 2025

Article | June 13, 2021

NOBODY SHOULD be surprised that the developing world has fallen behind in the battle to reduce greenhouse gas emissions as the region is a long way from recovering from the pandemic.Evidence to this effect emerged last week in comments made by Fatih Birol, executive director of the International Energy Agency (IEA). “In many emerging and developing economies, emissions are heading upwards while clean energy investments are faltering, creating a dangerous fault line in global efforts to reach climate and sustainable energy goals,” said Birol. At the current rate, carbon dioxide emissions from developing countries largely in Asia, Africa and Latin America are set to increase by 5bn tonnes/year over the next two decades, according to the IEA, as access to power increases.At present, around 785m people worldwide have no access to electricity. There are also 2.6bn people without access to clean cooking options.

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Thirumalai Chemicals Ltd

Thirumalai Chemicals manufacturers a wide range of Industrial & Speciality Chemicals. Starting with the production of Phthalic Anhydride in 1973 at Ranipet, South India, TCL since then has grown to manufacture many other critical Industrial Chemicals: Maleic Anhydride, Fumaric Acid and Malic Acid and various Fine Chemicals and Derivatives.

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