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TAX CHEMICALS INDUSTRY TO SUPPORT CURB POLLUTION INTERNATIONALLY

Tax chemicals | December 02, 2020

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An international group of environmentalists and legal counselors is pushing for an assessment on manufacturers to finance the more secure management and removal of synthetic substances across outskirts. The Center for International Environmental Law and the International Pollutants Elimination Network presented the proposition a month ago to an international gathering under the umbrella of the UN Environment Program. In excess of 100 governments, common society grou...

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PHILADELPHIA, STATE JOIN SUIT AGAINST EPA OVER CHEMICAL-SAFETY RULES AT INDUSTRIAL SITES

WHYY | January 29, 2020

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Philadelphia and Pennsylvania sued the Environmental Protection Protection Agency Wednesday in a challenge to the agency’s rollback of an Obama-era chemical safety rule related to industrial facilities like the Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery complex. The city and state joined 13 other states and the District of Columbia in a federal lawsuit that says the new rules violate the Clean Air Act. Patrick O’Neill, divisional deputy for environmental law for the city, said the EPA wa...

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SHORTAGE OF CRUCIAL CHEMICALS CREATES NEW OBSTACLE TO U.S. CORONAVIRUS TESTING

STAT | March 10, 2020

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The push to increase testing in the U.S. for the novel coronavirus that causes Covid-19 has hit a new stumbling block: shortages of key chemicals needed to start up and run the tests. In particular, one key product, made by the diagnostics testing giant Qiagen, is in dwindling supply. The chemical is used to isolate the virus’ genetic material, or RNA, so that it can be tested. Robert Redfield, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, told Politico, which first repor...

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SOCMA CELEBRATES 3 YEAR REAUTHORIZATION OF DHS CHEMICAL FACILITIES ANTI-TERRORISM STANDARDS

SOCMA | July 21, 2020

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The Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates (SOCMA) today welcomes the passage of legislation that includes a 3-year reauthorization of the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Chemical Facilities Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS). Senate bill S.4148 will now be sent to the President's desk for signature. CFATS is the Department of Homeland Security's regulatory program for security at high-risk chemical facilities, which was set to expire on July 23. Thro...

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CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

TAX CHEMICALS INDUSTRY TO SUPPORT CURB POLLUTION INTERNATIONALLY

Tax chemicals | December 02, 2020

An international group of environmentalists and legal counselors is pushing for an assessment on manufacturers to finance the more secure management and removal of synthetic substances across outskirts. The Center for International Environmental Law and the International Pollutants Elimination Network presented the proposition a month ago to an international gathering under the umbrella of the UN Environment Program. In excess of 100 governments, common society grou...

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PHILADELPHIA, STATE JOIN SUIT AGAINST EPA OVER CHEMICAL-SAFETY RULES AT INDUSTRIAL SITES

WHYY | January 29, 2020

Philadelphia and Pennsylvania sued the Environmental Protection Protection Agency Wednesday in a challenge to the agency’s rollback of an Obama-era chemical safety rule related to industrial facilities like the Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery complex. The city and state joined 13 other states and the District of Columbia in a federal lawsuit that says the new rules violate the Clean Air Act. Patrick O’Neill, divisional deputy for environmental law for the city, said the EPA wa...

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SHORTAGE OF CRUCIAL CHEMICALS CREATES NEW OBSTACLE TO U.S. CORONAVIRUS TESTING

STAT | March 10, 2020

The push to increase testing in the U.S. for the novel coronavirus that causes Covid-19 has hit a new stumbling block: shortages of key chemicals needed to start up and run the tests. In particular, one key product, made by the diagnostics testing giant Qiagen, is in dwindling supply. The chemical is used to isolate the virus’ genetic material, or RNA, so that it can be tested. Robert Redfield, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, told Politico, which first repor...

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SOCMA CELEBRATES 3 YEAR REAUTHORIZATION OF DHS CHEMICAL FACILITIES ANTI-TERRORISM STANDARDS

SOCMA | July 21, 2020

The Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates (SOCMA) today welcomes the passage of legislation that includes a 3-year reauthorization of the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) Chemical Facilities Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS). Senate bill S.4148 will now be sent to the President's desk for signature. CFATS is the Department of Homeland Security's regulatory program for security at high-risk chemical facilities, which was set to expire on July 23. Thro...

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