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Sigura | August 31, 2021
Sigura Water announced an exclusive license agreement of PristineBlue® and AlgaeShield® Performance Chemistry™ water treatment systems for recreational and commercial swimming pools. This new relationship leverages the marketing, services, and distribution depth of Sigura Water to bring the high quality, proprietary chemistry solutions of ESL to more pool owners.
"PristineBlue is a unique copper-based chemistry, unlike others in the market, that gives trouble-fr...
Chemistryworld | June 08, 2020
Thousands of US chemical facilities rely on badly outdated cybersecurity guidance, making them vulnerable to hacking attacks that could not only cause economic damage but also chemical leaks or explosions, a Government Accountability Office (GAO) audit has found. 3300 chemical facilities in the US are classed as high-risk, meaning they use at least one of the 300 chemicals of interest. Included on this list are toxic and explosive compounds such as chlorine and cyclopropane, but also chemicals t...
Oceanworks, Avient | June 16, 2021
Avient Corporation, a leading provider of specialized and sustainable material solutions and services, has announced a partnership with Oceanworks to assist clients in incorporating recycled ocean plastics into their products. Recycled ocean and ocean-bound plastics are collected within 50 kilometers of a coastline from the ocean, waterways, and ocean-bound collection zones.
Avient and Oceanworks are now working on an extended recycled ocean plastics portfolio after the 2020 launc...
Business Insurance | February 10, 2020
The federal Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board on Wednesday released its new rule that requires an owner or operator of a chemical facility to report any accidental chemical releases to the board for investigation. The long-awaited rule, which follows a process that began in 2004 when the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general called for the board to create incident reporting requirements, will ensure that the “CSB receives rapid, accurate reports of any acci...
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