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ATS provides global clean water solutions and industrial safety equipment to governments, municipalities, and the private sector. Founded in 1979, ATS helps communities and industries provide clean water to their customers, safe work environments for their employees, decreased operating expenses, and sustainable solutions for the future. Since its inception, ATS has focused on improving health and productivity for people worldwide.

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I-TEAM: TOXIC CHEMICALS STILL BEING USED IN NEW CAR SEATS

TODAY'S TMJ4 | January 11, 2017

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In a recent investigation we found some of the most harmful flame retardants are still being used in kid's car seats. Now the I-Team is looking at changes made by manufacturers and whether it's enough to keep kids safe. In our November I-Team investigation I tested my boys' car seats for flame retardant chemicals. These chemicals are in a lot of the things we use like furniture and children's products. In a new study a non-profit group found more changes are nee...

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MARKET WELCOMES DOW CHEMICAL’S 4Q16 RESULTS AS IT BEATS ESTIMATES

Market Realist | January 31, 2017

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Dow Chemical (DOW) reported its 4Q16 results before the market opened on January 26, 2017. DOW reported 4Q16 revenue of $13.0 billion, beating analysts’ estimate of $12.4 billion. The company’s 4Q16 revenue reflected impressive growth of 14.7% on a year-over-year basis. This was the first time DOW’s revenue crossed $13.0 billion in eight quarters. DOW’s revenue growth was primarily driven by two factors. The first was DOW’s complete takeover of the Dow-Corning busin...

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CANCER-CAUSING CHEMICALS FOUND IN CAR SEATS

wlbz2 | March 15, 2017

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A properly installed car seat can save lives, but experts say the amount of time your child spends in it could put their long term health at risk....

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FIRM CITED FOR CORRODED VATS OF TOXIC CHEMICALS

East Bay Times | May 05, 2017

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A business near Jack London Square with a long history of recklessly handling toxic chemicals used in its electroplating business is back in law enforcement’s crosshairs. Investigators found thousands of gallons of hazardous chemicals stored in leaking tanks and seeping into the ground last month at E-D Coat property on Fourth Street. The state Department of Toxic Substances Control led the multi-agency search of the site April 19....

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I-TEAM: TOXIC CHEMICALS STILL BEING USED IN NEW CAR SEATS

TODAY'S TMJ4 | January 11, 2017

In a recent investigation we found some of the most harmful flame retardants are still being used in kid's car seats. Now the I-Team is looking at changes made by manufacturers and whether it's enough to keep kids safe. In our November I-Team investigation I tested my boys' car seats for flame retardant chemicals. These chemicals are in a lot of the things we use like furniture and children's products. In a new study a non-profit group found more changes are nee...

Read More
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MARKET WELCOMES DOW CHEMICAL’S 4Q16 RESULTS AS IT BEATS ESTIMATES

Market Realist | January 31, 2017

Dow Chemical (DOW) reported its 4Q16 results before the market opened on January 26, 2017. DOW reported 4Q16 revenue of $13.0 billion, beating analysts’ estimate of $12.4 billion. The company’s 4Q16 revenue reflected impressive growth of 14.7% on a year-over-year basis. This was the first time DOW’s revenue crossed $13.0 billion in eight quarters. DOW’s revenue growth was primarily driven by two factors. The first was DOW’s complete takeover of the Dow-Corning busin...

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CANCER-CAUSING CHEMICALS FOUND IN CAR SEATS

wlbz2 | March 15, 2017

A properly installed car seat can save lives, but experts say the amount of time your child spends in it could put their long term health at risk....

Read More
news image

FIRM CITED FOR CORRODED VATS OF TOXIC CHEMICALS

East Bay Times | May 05, 2017

A business near Jack London Square with a long history of recklessly handling toxic chemicals used in its electroplating business is back in law enforcement’s crosshairs. Investigators found thousands of gallons of hazardous chemicals stored in leaking tanks and seeping into the ground last month at E-D Coat property on Fourth Street. The state Department of Toxic Substances Control led the multi-agency search of the site April 19....

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