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Chemical Watch | March 18, 2020
A coalition of NGOs has sued the US EPA over an alleged lack of transparency in the TSCA new chemicals programme, which "thwart[s] the ability of the public to be informed and to provide input". According to a complaint filed by five environmental nonprofits in federal court today, the EPA has operated its TSCA premanufacture review process in a "black box, denying the public information to which they are legally entitled". Having access to timely information, they contend, i...
American Chemistry Council | November 29, 2022
As a looming freight rail strike threatens to shut down the U.S. economy, the American Chemistry Council is calling on the White House and Congress to act quickly to keep vital chemical shipments moving.
"Chemical manufacturers are one of the first industries that will be impacted as railroads start restricting service up to a week before a threatened strike. Freight rail transportation is vital for transporting chemicals critical to everyday life, inclu...
Origin Materials | September 24, 2021
Origin Materials, Inc., the world’s leading carbon negative materials company, today announced it has joined the Alliance to End Plastic Waste, a global non-profit organization.
Members of the Alliance include industry leaders across the plastics value chain, working towards a common goal of developing, deploying and scaling solutions to end plastic waste in the environment. As a member of the Alliance, Origin will work with fellow members to drive innovation and build a sus...
Cardiff University | July 14, 2020
Cardiff University scientists have devised a new way of making reactions up to 70 times faster by using state-of-the-art equipment to spin chemicals around. They found that efficient mixing within a chemical reaction could be achieved by spinning chemicals and catalysts around in a small tube, causing the reactions to happen much quicker.
The new findings could have a profound influence on the way that chemicals are made in a wide variety of industries, from drug development to ag...
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