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The Cordova Times | March 10, 2020
Alaska Commissioner of Environmental Conservation Jason Brune says the majority of reported toxic releases in the state consist of naturally occurring trace minerals in waste rock and tailings excavated from mine sites. Mining waste rock and tailings are disposed of in state-permitted, engineered and monitored disposal sites, Brune said, in recent comments about the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s released analysis of the annual Toxics Release Inventory data for 2018. “Big min...
Celanese Corporation | February 19, 2022
Celanese Corporation a global chemical and specialty materials company, announced the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire a majority1 of the Mobility & Materials business of DuPont for $11.0 billion in cash. Celanese will acquire a broad portfolio of engineered thermoplastics and elastomers, industry-renowned brands and intellectual property, global production assets, and a world-class organization.
“The acquisition of the M&M business ...
Conservation Groups | January 18, 2021
Two conservation groups have launched a lawsuit to fight the EPA’s “failure to require adequate pollution controls for the oil and methane gas industry” in Chicago and areas of California. The Center for Biological Diversity and the Center for Environmental Health point out that two Canadian provinces require that the oil and methane gas industry install zero emission pneumatic controllers. “There is no reason the EPA cannot adopt this readily available technology,”...
Blue Water Petroleum Corp. | July 26, 2022
Blue Water Petroleum Corp announces that it has acquired 160 contiguous acres in Little Smoky, Alberta, Canada. The property is currently being used as a testbed and eventually will become a full-service facility for Blue Water. The facility processes oilfield wastewater using its licensed technology, into water that can be released into the environment and used for farming purposes; all in compliance with the Alberta Energy Regulator’s guidelines.
Blue Water has partn...
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