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Chemical Watch | February 10, 2020
Cefic and the Japan Chemical Industry Association (JCIA) have drafted a set of priorities for regulators to consider for future cooperation on chemicals regulations. The initiative follows the EU-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement, which entered into force in February last year. Annual chemicals trade between the two is valued at €11 billion. Enhanced regulatory cooperation would maintain high levels of protection for human health and the environment, Cefic and JCIA say in a joint draft p...
NGI | January 17, 2020
Expansions of oil and gas activity and infrastructure in the Gulf Coast and Southwest regions of the United States could contribute annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of 541 million tons (mmt) of CO2 equivalent (CO2e) by 2030, according to a new study published by the University of Texas at Austin (UT).
This amount is equal to more than 8% of total U.S. GHG emissions in 2017 and roughly equivalent to the emissions of 131 coal-fired power plants, according to the analysis, which was fun...
Basin Water Resources LLC & AFCO 360 | October 05, 2021
Basin Water Resources, LLC (BWR) today announced the signing of an exclusive agreement with AFCO 360, LLC (AFCO). The collaboration combines AFCO's market leading service and wastewater solutions with BWR's established Filtration and Separations Packaged Systems and Mobile Water Services to help customers better manage full life cycle industrial water treatment.
Under the agreement, AFCO will lead the exclusive sales and implementation of BWR's Filtration and Separatio...
chemicalwatch | March 03, 2020
The US EPA has, for the first time under the amended TSCA, mandated companies to conduct testing in support of a risk evaluation for an existing chemical, according to chemicals office assistant administrator Alexandra Dunn. Speaking at ChemCon the Americas in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania yesterday, Ms Dunn said that EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler signed a TSCA section 4(a)(2) order pertaining to pigment violet – one of the first ten chemicals subject to TSCA risk evaluation – last w...
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