ACME SUJAN CHEMICALS

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Acme Sujan Chemicals is a leading Fine and Speciality Chemicals manufacturing Company focused on delivering innovative technology and service excellence to customers across the world. It was incorporated in 1989 as small company; establish to provide custom manufacturing services for chemical companies in India.

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NGOS FILE SUIT OVER TRANSPARENCY OF TSCA NEW CHEMICALS PROGRAMME

Chemical Watch | March 18, 2020

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A coalition of NGOs has sued the US EPA over an alleged lack of transparency in the TSCA new chemicals programme, which "thwart[s] the ability of the public to be informed and to provide input". According to a complaint filed by five environmental nonprofits in federal court today, the EPA has operated its TSCA premanufacture review process in a "black box, denying the public information to which they are legally entitled". Having access to timely information, they contend, i...

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N.J. DEP’S PFAS DIRECTIVE TO CHEMICAL COMPANIES WILL TAKE ‘YEARS’ TO RESOLVE

WHYY | January 21, 2020

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The state Department of Environmental Protection says it will take “years” to resolve its dispute with five chemical companies which it has accused of contaminating many areas of New Jersey with toxic PFAS chemicals. Some nine months after issuing a strongly worded “Directive” to the companies to test, treat and remove the chemicals from soil and water around their facilities, the DEP issued a statement on Jan. 17 in response to a question from NJ Spotlight on why it had ...

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LUX RESEARCH PREDICTS WHICH CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING PLATFORMS WILL BE ELECTRIFIED BY 2050

Coatings World | April 07, 2020

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Electrolysis technologies provide an opportunity for the chemical sector to decarbonize its supply chain and use renewable electricity as an alternative to oil and gas feedstock. While many forecasts show that oil and gas will continue to dominate in the chemical sector, Lux Research’s new report, “Electrifying Chemicals: The Cost of Producing Chemicals from Electricity,” predicts that emerging power-to-chemicals technologies will disrupt those figures and provide a new route o...

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WITH THE ACQUISITION OF AGIPLAST, ARKEMA STRENGTHENS ITS COMMITMENT TO THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY

ARKEMA | May 25, 2021

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With the planned acquisition of Agiplast, a leader in the regeneration of high-performance polymers, especially specialty polyamides, and fluoropolymers, Arkema is going to be ready to offer a full service to customers in terms of materials circularity, addressing growing market expectations during this field. This project, which contributes to the sustainable development of the polymer industry, is perfectly in line with Arkema’s sustainable growth strategy. Arkema plans to...

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Chemical Watch | March 18, 2020

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NGOS FILE SUIT OVER TRANSPARENCY OF TSCA NEW CHEMICALS PROGRAMME

A coalition of NGOs has sued the US EPA over an alleged lack of transparency in the TSCA new chemicals programme, which "thwart[s] the ability of the public to be informed and to provide input". According to a complaint filed by five environmental nonprofits in federal court today, the EPA has operated its TSCA premanufacture review process in a "black box, denying the public information to which they are legally entitled". Having access to timely information, they contend, i...

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WHYY | January 21, 2020

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N.J. DEP’S PFAS DIRECTIVE TO CHEMICAL COMPANIES WILL TAKE ‘YEARS’ TO RESOLVE

The state Department of Environmental Protection says it will take “years” to resolve its dispute with five chemical companies which it has accused of contaminating many areas of New Jersey with toxic PFAS chemicals. Some nine months after issuing a strongly worded “Directive” to the companies to test, treat and remove the chemicals from soil and water around their facilities, the DEP issued a statement on Jan. 17 in response to a question from NJ Spotlight on why it had ...

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Coatings World | April 07, 2020

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LUX RESEARCH PREDICTS WHICH CHEMICAL MANUFACTURING PLATFORMS WILL BE ELECTRIFIED BY 2050

Electrolysis technologies provide an opportunity for the chemical sector to decarbonize its supply chain and use renewable electricity as an alternative to oil and gas feedstock. While many forecasts show that oil and gas will continue to dominate in the chemical sector, Lux Research’s new report, “Electrifying Chemicals: The Cost of Producing Chemicals from Electricity,” predicts that emerging power-to-chemicals technologies will disrupt those figures and provide a new route o...

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ARKEMA | May 25, 2021

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WITH THE ACQUISITION OF AGIPLAST, ARKEMA STRENGTHENS ITS COMMITMENT TO THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY

With the planned acquisition of Agiplast, a leader in the regeneration of high-performance polymers, especially specialty polyamides, and fluoropolymers, Arkema is going to be ready to offer a full service to customers in terms of materials circularity, addressing growing market expectations during this field. This project, which contributes to the sustainable development of the polymer industry, is perfectly in line with Arkema’s sustainable growth strategy. Arkema plans to...

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