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Safety+Health Magazine | February 13, 2020
Attorneys general of 14 states and the District of Columbia are suing the Environmental Protection Agency and its administrator, Andrew Wheeler, in the latest round of litigation challenging the agency’s recent changes to the Obama-era Chemical Disaster Rule. Filed Jan. 29 in the U.S. District Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, the lawsuit asks the court to vacate EPA’s Risk Management Program Reconsideration final rule, which went into effect Dec. 19, on the grou...
C&EN | March 17, 2020
As measures to contain the coronavirus—SARS-CoV-2—sweep across the US, the heads of privately owned chemical and instrument companies find themselves in uncharted territory trying to keep their companies going and their employees safe. C&EN reached out to CEOs of several such firms to learn what they are doing to keep business moving forward. We heard stories about setbacks, as expected supplies didn’t come through, but also small triumphs, as needed safety equipment was fi...
Unearthed | October 12, 2020
Europe’s farming and chemical lobbies attempted to weaken new EU targets to halve pesticide use by 2030, according to documents obtained by Unearthed. At a meeting in March, the European Crop Protection Association – which represents some of the world’s biggest pesticide producers – suggested to European Commission (EC) officials the target was double what could be achieved in the next decade. It came after the influential farming lobby group Copa Cogeca warned the man in...
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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