Freedom Industries

Freedom Industries is the largest sole producer of mining chemical products in the United states with primary production plants in Nitro and Charleston, WV; as well as satellite operations in Pittsburgh, PA; Owensboro, KY; Chicago, IL; St. Louis, MO; and Grand Junction, CO. We are able to deliver drum, tote, truck, and rail car quantities of our products anywhere.

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Solenis, Sigura | July 06, 2021

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KENESJAY GREEN | April 13, 2022

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Hydrogène de France mnemonic code: HDF - announces that it has acquired a 70% majority stake in the NewGen project in Trinidad, led by the local company Kenesjay Green Ltd. KGL, the project developer, will retain the remaining 30% of the share capital of NewGen, which will be jointly owned by KGL and an investment vehicle that will allow for the inclusion of additional local investors. HDF Energy is thus leveraging its technological expertise in hydrogen, its know-how in the development o...

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Cen | June 02, 2020

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Chemical makers must curb ethylene oxide leaks, though not nearly as much as the US Environmental Protection Agency had proposed last year. Chemical production facilities collectively will have to cut emissions of this carcinogenic gas from storage tanks, vents, and leaky equipment by 0.69 metric tons per year, under a rule the EPA unveiled June 1. This is less than a tenth of the reduction of ethylene oxide releases by manufacturers of miscellaneous organic chemicals that the agency proposed in...

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Chemicalwatch | April 22, 2020

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Regulations addressing pollution and the control of chemicals in products are "ramping up, not slowing down" during the coronavirus pandemic, say industry representatives. In a Chemical Watch webinar on 16 April, Stephen Klump, global head of packaging/food contact material safety and compliance at Nestlé, said he hadn’t seen any slowdown in regulatory activity since the Covid-19 crisis began, and doesn't expect to as the situation continues. Mr Klump said this is beca...

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CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

PLATINUM EQUITY TO ACQUIRE WATER TREATMENT COMPANY SOLENIS FOR $5.25 BILLION

Solenis, Sigura | July 06, 2021

LOS ANGELES, Platinum Equity announced today that it has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Solenis, a leading global producer of specialty chemicals used in water-intensive industries, from Clayton, Dubilier & Rice ("CD&R") and BASF in a transaction that implies an enterprise value for Solenis of $5.25 billion. As part of the transaction, Solenis is expected to merge with Sigura Water, an existing Platinum Equity portfolio company the firm acquired in 2019...

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CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT

STRATEGIC ACQUISITION OF FUTURE INDUSTRIAL-SCALE GREEN HYDROGEN PRODUCTION IN THE CARIBBEAN

KENESJAY GREEN | April 13, 2022

Hydrogène de France mnemonic code: HDF - announces that it has acquired a 70% majority stake in the NewGen project in Trinidad, led by the local company Kenesjay Green Ltd. KGL, the project developer, will retain the remaining 30% of the share capital of NewGen, which will be jointly owned by KGL and an investment vehicle that will allow for the inclusion of additional local investors. HDF Energy is thus leveraging its technological expertise in hydrogen, its know-how in the development o...

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US EPA REQUIRES CHEMICAL MAKERS TO CUT ETHYLENE OXIDE EMISSIONS

Cen | June 02, 2020

Chemical makers must curb ethylene oxide leaks, though not nearly as much as the US Environmental Protection Agency had proposed last year. Chemical production facilities collectively will have to cut emissions of this carcinogenic gas from storage tanks, vents, and leaky equipment by 0.69 metric tons per year, under a rule the EPA unveiled June 1. This is less than a tenth of the reduction of ethylene oxide releases by manufacturers of miscellaneous organic chemicals that the agency proposed in...

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Chemicalwatch | April 22, 2020

Regulations addressing pollution and the control of chemicals in products are "ramping up, not slowing down" during the coronavirus pandemic, say industry representatives. In a Chemical Watch webinar on 16 April, Stephen Klump, global head of packaging/food contact material safety and compliance at Nestlé, said he hadn’t seen any slowdown in regulatory activity since the Covid-19 crisis began, and doesn't expect to as the situation continues. Mr Klump said this is beca...

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