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Metal Finishing Technologies | July 17, 2021
"We are excited and pleased to add NADCAP passivate to our growing list of industry-leading quality certifications. Passivation was the natural next step after gaining NADCAP Certification for Sulfamate Nickel Chemical Processing in 2020, based on customer input about expanding our existing product offerings. It supports our industry-leading quality certifications and operational standards, such as AS 9100D, ISO 9001, and our FAA 145/EASA repair station certificate. We want to carefully acq...
Sekisui Specialty Chemicals | October 17, 2020
Sekisui Specialty Chemicals announced today that it will increase the price of Selvol® Polyvinyl Alcohol, Selvol Ultiloc®, Selvol Ultalux® and Selvol Premiol® up to $150/mT globally. Sekisui Specialty Chemicals remains committed to meeting customers' needs with high quality products. The increase will take effect November 1, 2020, or as contracts and agreements allow. Customers should contact their local Sekisui sales representative for more details. Sekisui Speci...
Wastedive | August 03, 2020
A new report from the Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA) pushes back on growing discussions around "chemical recycling" or processing strategies supported by the plastics industry. Entitled "All Talk and No Recycling: An Investigation of the U.S. 'Chemical Recycling' Industry," the report states the U.S. chemical recycling sector largely consists of plastic-to-fuel (PTF) operations rather than plastic-to-plastic (PTP) efforts. Some recycling stakehold...
Ohio Environmental Protection Agency | June 23, 2020
A Thailand-based petrochemical company has received an extension from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency for for its air permit for a proposed ethane-ethylene cracker plant along the Ohio River in Belmont County. The extension exempts the company from having to do a new analysis to determine whether national air quality standards would be violated.
An air quality permit for a proposed multibillion-dollar petrochemical plant in eastern Ohio was set to expire Monday. But in a ...
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