Aether Industries Limited

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The business model of the India based Aether Industries Limited is to be a leading global manufacturer of fine and specialty chemicals and active ingredients, as well as a preferred provider of Contract Research and Manufacturing Services (CRAMS).

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FOX 32 Chicago | April 09, 2020

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COVID-19 MAY HIT FIRMS' ABILITY TO COMPLETE PRIORITY CHEMICALS REGISTRATION IN TAIWAN

Chemical manufacturing and import associations in Taiwan have raised concerns over their members' ability to complete registration for the first batch of priority existing chemicals (Pecs) due to the impact of the coronavirus Covid-19. In 2019, Taiwan's EPA published a list of 106 Pecs subject to mandatory registration under the Toxic and Chemical Substances of Concern Control Act (TCSCCA). The requirement for companies to carry out strict ‘standard registration’ of the...

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FOX 32 Chicago | April 09, 2020

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PENN STATE-LED RESEARCHERS FIND SEISMIC WAY TO SEE CHEMICAL CHANGES BENEATH WATERSHED

Chemical reactions deep below ground affect water quality, but methods for "seeing" them are time-consuming, expensive and limited in scope. A Penn State-led research team found that seismic waves can help to identify these reactions under an entire watershed and protect groundwater resources. "About one third of the U.S. population gets their drinking water from groundwater, so we need to protect this valuable resource," said Susan Brantley, distinguished prof...

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