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Bloomberg Environment | March 16, 2020
Chemical makers will soon learn what specific information they’ll have to give the EPA later this year, now that the White House has approved the agency’s final data reporting rule. The White House Office of Management and Budget announced March 14 that it approved the regulation, which requires companies that make or import chemicals above specified thresholds—generally 25,000 pounds a year—to report production, use, and other information every four years. For a comparis...
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 ...
Integrated Polymer Solutions | August 11, 2021
Integrated Polymer Solutions, Inc., a portfolio company of Arcline Investment Management, today announced the acquisition of Seal Science, Inc.
Seal Science is a leading designer and manufacturer of highly engineered elastomeric sealing solutions for long-lived aerospace, naval, medical, and industrial applications. The Company specializes in difficult-to-produce, low-volume, high-mix components and boasts a comprehensive set of material science and compound formulation capabiliti...
EPA | January 13, 2020
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a settlement agreement with the Torrance Refining Company, LLC over chemical safety and risk management violations. The refinery has corrected the violations, will pay $125,000 in penalties and will spend $219,000 to enhance chemical safety features at the refinery. “It is critical for the refinery to maintain an up-to-date and accurate Risk Management Plan,” said EPA Pacific Southwest Regional Administrator Mike St...
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