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Bloomberglaw | April 21, 2020
Chemical manufacturers can’t blame the coronavirus if they miss regulatory deadlines or deadlines to comment on EPA plans that may ultimately limit the chemicals they can use, industry attorneys say.
Companies making and using chemicals have been stretched thin, addressing workforce, supply chain disruptions, and other Covid-19 challenges. The Environmental Protection Agency has recognized businesses could face logistical obstacles complying with some environmental regulations and o...
Medical | August 27, 2020
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory have discovered a metal-free carbon-based catalyst that has the potential to be much less expensive and more efficient for many industrial concerns, including manufacturing of bio- and fossil fuels, electrocatalysis, and fuel cells. At their most fundamental, these industry processes involve splitting strong chemical bonds, like hydrogen-hydrogen, carbon-oxygen, and carbon-hydrogen bonds. Traditionally this has been accomplished w...
Showa Denko | September 01, 2020
Showa Denko obtained a license to process industrial waste, and started to accept used plastics which were crushed and molded. Since 2003, SDK's Kawasaki Plant, which is located in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, has been operating "plastic chemical recycling business," a business to recycle used plastics as raw materials for chemicals under the provisions of Containers and Packaging Recycling Law. SDK calls this business "Kawasaki Plastic Recycling (KPR)." We gasify ...
CEN | February 05, 2020
With its escalating infections, city shutdowns, and nationwide transportation halts, the coronavirus epidemic is starting to strain China’s chemical industry. But experts see the impact as manageable and, they hope, shortlived. By the afternoon of Feb. 5, 24,423 people were confirmed infected with the new virus, 16,678 of them in the central Chinese province of Hubei. The death toll in the province was 472, more than the 349 people who died in China from the SARS virus in 2003. The governm...
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