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PATAGONIA & HEIQ LAUNCH JOINTLY DEVELOPED NEXT GENERATION MINT-BASED TEXTILE ODOR CONTROL TECHNOLOGY

HeiQ | June 16, 2022

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HeiQ and Patagonia take their long-standing research collaboration to the next level and announce the launch of a jointly developed odor control technology for textiles, HeiQ Fresh MNT - renewably sourced mint oil-derived textile technology to control malodor development on textiles. The long-standing research partnership between Patagonia and HeiQ resulted in yet another innovative solution for a problem on many textiles – malodor. Inspired by Patagonia's determination ...

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EPA REPATRIATES FOUR CONTAINERS OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL TO GREECE, FINES LEC FOR POLLUTION

Liberian Observer | January 13, 2020

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has with immediate effect ordered the repatriation of four 40-feet containers of hazardous chemicals to Greece, from where they were brought, before entering Liberia. According to EPA Executive Director Nathaniel Blama, the chemical on the containers were fast tracked by the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) while conducting its regular inspection of cargos that are brought into the country. The EPA Director said the chemical when disposed of in any ...

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NANOPARTICLES POWERED BY LIGHT AIM TO REDUCE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY'S CARBON FOOTPRINT

Firstpost | January 13, 2020

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The carbon footprint in the chemical industry is likely to reduce as engineers from Rice University have invented a light-powered nanoparticle to help the cause. They are tiny spheres of copper dotted with single atoms of ruthenium, is the prime ingredient in composing a green process for developing synthesis gas, commonly known as syngas, the valuable chemical feedstock generally used to make fertilizer, fuels, and many other products. Researchers from Rice, UCLA and the University of Californi...

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SHELL CHEMICALS TO PRODUCE POLYCARBONATE

Hydrocarbon Engineering | January 13, 2020

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Shell has recently announced it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with CNOOC Oil & Petrochemicals Co. Ltd to explore its first commercial-scale polycarbonate (PC) production unit, which would be located at the CNOOC and Shell Petrochemical Co. (CSPC) joint-venture chemicals complex in Huizhou, China. As an interim step, Shell has started constructing a PC development unit at its Jurong Island chemicals plant in Singapore. An expanded and differentiated product range is a key part of S...

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CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT

PATAGONIA & HEIQ LAUNCH JOINTLY DEVELOPED NEXT GENERATION MINT-BASED TEXTILE ODOR CONTROL TECHNOLOGY

HeiQ | June 16, 2022

HeiQ and Patagonia take their long-standing research collaboration to the next level and announce the launch of a jointly developed odor control technology for textiles, HeiQ Fresh MNT - renewably sourced mint oil-derived textile technology to control malodor development on textiles. The long-standing research partnership between Patagonia and HeiQ resulted in yet another innovative solution for a problem on many textiles – malodor. Inspired by Patagonia's determination ...

Read More
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EPA REPATRIATES FOUR CONTAINERS OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICAL TO GREECE, FINES LEC FOR POLLUTION

Liberian Observer | January 13, 2020

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has with immediate effect ordered the repatriation of four 40-feet containers of hazardous chemicals to Greece, from where they were brought, before entering Liberia. According to EPA Executive Director Nathaniel Blama, the chemical on the containers were fast tracked by the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) while conducting its regular inspection of cargos that are brought into the country. The EPA Director said the chemical when disposed of in any ...

Read More
news image

NANOPARTICLES POWERED BY LIGHT AIM TO REDUCE CHEMICAL INDUSTRY'S CARBON FOOTPRINT

Firstpost | January 13, 2020

The carbon footprint in the chemical industry is likely to reduce as engineers from Rice University have invented a light-powered nanoparticle to help the cause. They are tiny spheres of copper dotted with single atoms of ruthenium, is the prime ingredient in composing a green process for developing synthesis gas, commonly known as syngas, the valuable chemical feedstock generally used to make fertilizer, fuels, and many other products. Researchers from Rice, UCLA and the University of Californi...

Read More
news image

SHELL CHEMICALS TO PRODUCE POLYCARBONATE

Hydrocarbon Engineering | January 13, 2020

Shell has recently announced it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with CNOOC Oil & Petrochemicals Co. Ltd to explore its first commercial-scale polycarbonate (PC) production unit, which would be located at the CNOOC and Shell Petrochemical Co. (CSPC) joint-venture chemicals complex in Huizhou, China. As an interim step, Shell has started constructing a PC development unit at its Jurong Island chemicals plant in Singapore. An expanded and differentiated product range is a key part of S...

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