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Zenni | August 29, 2022
Online eyewear retail leader Zenni announced today the launch of ReMakes™, a new sustainable eyewear collection made with 100% certified recycled post-consumer plastic. ReMakes™ by Zenni are created by collecting post-consumer plastic and repurposing it to produce high quality, stylish frames. Every pair purchased supports the Wyland Foundation and its mission to promote, protect and preserve the world’s oceans, waterways and marine life.
Chemicalwatch | April 28, 2020
Meetings of the UN's conventions on chemicals and waste will be held online in June as a consequence of the international travel restrictions and confinement measures in place to contain the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic, according to the convention secretariat's executive secretary Rolph Payet. The bureau meeting for the Stockholm Convention on persistent organic pollutants (POPs), set to be held on 10 June in Geneva, should see a relatively smooth transition online, Dr Payet told Chemi...
Chemical Management, Products and Technologies
businesswire | April 16, 2023
Matador Resources Company announced the closing of its wholly-owned subsidiary’s previously-announced acquisition of Advance Energy Partners Holdings, LLC from EnCap Investments L.P. including Advance’s oil and natural gas producing properties, undeveloped acreage and midstream assets located in Lea County, New Mexico and Ward County, Texas.
The consideration paid upon the closing of the Advance Transaction consisted of an initial as-adjusted cash purchase price of a...
Consumerreports | August 07, 2020
When you pick up a fast-food burger and fries or a grain bowl at a restaurant, you’re probably thinking more about the food you’re about to eat than the packaging it comes in. But a new report finds that some food packaging—burger boxes, wrappers, disposable bowls, and bags for french fries, sides, and desserts—used at popular restaurants such as McDonald’s, Sweetgreen, and Wendy’s may contain potentially hazardous PFAS chemicals. These chemicals help prevent ...
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