AMMONIA SAFETY & TRAINING INSTITUTE

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Established in 1987, the Ammonia Safety & Training Institute (ASTI) is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to making ammonia (NH3) the safest managed hazardous material in the world. Bringing together leaders from industry and public safety organizations with hundreds of years of combined experience, ASTI provides safety management support through effective use of Prevention, Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery (PMPRR) training. All courses meet OSHA standards.

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STRONGER EU POLICY KEY TO SAFER CHEMICALS SWITCH – COMMISSION DIRECTOR

Chemicalwatch | June 03, 2020

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A stronger regulatory framework that sets "high standards and predictable rules" is vital in order to facilitate a full switch to safer chemicals in the EU, a director from the European Commission has said. Speaking at Echa’s virtual Safer Chemicals Conference yesterday, Kestutis Sadauskas, director of circular economy and green growth at DG Environment, said: "Europe has the scientific and technical capacity to lead the transition to safe chemicals and non-chemical alternat...

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EVACUATIONS ORDERED AFTER CHEMICAL IS RELEASED AT KERN COUNTY MANUFACTURING PLANT

Los Angeles Times | January 22, 2020

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Authorities ordered evacuations Wednesday after a chemical release at a manufacturing plant in a rural area of the San Joaquin Valley. Emergency crews responded about 10 a.m. following reports of a hazardous materials spill at Taft Manufacturing Co., the Kern County Fire Department said. Hazardous materials teams “identified the source of the chemical leak and have stopped it,” the department later said on Twitter. The department urged people who live or work within six miles ...

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SUSTAINABILITY RANKINGS OF CHEMICAL COMPANIES UNVEILED

Bio Market Insights | June 22, 2020

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Environmental NGO ChemSec has unveiled a new corporate benchmarking tool that measures the chemical footprint of 35 of the world’s largest chemical companies and found that European countries topped the sustainability list. The new tool is called ChemScore. Through ChemScore, investors can access data on the best and worst performers in the chemical industry based on the amount of hazardous chemicals they produce and their efforts to transition to safer, green...

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AGILYX USES CHEMICAL RECYCLING TECH TO MAKE MULTIPLE PRODUCT CATEGORIES

Agilyx | July 15, 2020

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There are a number of chemical recyclers pitching proprietary technologies whereby wasted plastics can be converted to one of several categories. One involves converting plastic to the same or similar plastics; one involves making chemical raw material to refine into other plastics; another entails making fuel from plastics. Companies commonly focus on one of these three product categories. But Agilyx CEO Joe Vaillancourt says his company can make multiple products in each of thos...

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Chemicalwatch | June 03, 2020

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STRONGER EU POLICY KEY TO SAFER CHEMICALS SWITCH – COMMISSION DIRECTOR

A stronger regulatory framework that sets "high standards and predictable rules" is vital in order to facilitate a full switch to safer chemicals in the EU, a director from the European Commission has said. Speaking at Echa’s virtual Safer Chemicals Conference yesterday, Kestutis Sadauskas, director of circular economy and green growth at DG Environment, said: "Europe has the scientific and technical capacity to lead the transition to safe chemicals and non-chemical alternat...

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Los Angeles Times | January 22, 2020

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EVACUATIONS ORDERED AFTER CHEMICAL IS RELEASED AT KERN COUNTY MANUFACTURING PLANT

Authorities ordered evacuations Wednesday after a chemical release at a manufacturing plant in a rural area of the San Joaquin Valley. Emergency crews responded about 10 a.m. following reports of a hazardous materials spill at Taft Manufacturing Co., the Kern County Fire Department said. Hazardous materials teams “identified the source of the chemical leak and have stopped it,” the department later said on Twitter. The department urged people who live or work within six miles ...

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Bio Market Insights | June 22, 2020

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SUSTAINABILITY RANKINGS OF CHEMICAL COMPANIES UNVEILED

Environmental NGO ChemSec has unveiled a new corporate benchmarking tool that measures the chemical footprint of 35 of the world’s largest chemical companies and found that European countries topped the sustainability list. The new tool is called ChemScore. Through ChemScore, investors can access data on the best and worst performers in the chemical industry based on the amount of hazardous chemicals they produce and their efforts to transition to safer, green...

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Agilyx | July 15, 2020

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AGILYX USES CHEMICAL RECYCLING TECH TO MAKE MULTIPLE PRODUCT CATEGORIES

There are a number of chemical recyclers pitching proprietary technologies whereby wasted plastics can be converted to one of several categories. One involves converting plastic to the same or similar plastics; one involves making chemical raw material to refine into other plastics; another entails making fuel from plastics. Companies commonly focus on one of these three product categories. But Agilyx CEO Joe Vaillancourt says his company can make multiple products in each of thos...

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