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ExxonMobil | April 18, 2022
ExxonMobil said it is undertaking early front-end engineering design studies to determine the potential for carbon capture and storage to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from multiple industries in the Gippsland Basin.
The South East Australia carbon capture and storage hub would initially use existing infrastructure to store CO2 in the depleted Bream field off the coast of Gippsland, Victoria. The company is in active discussions with local industries which may be interested in a...
Hubergroup | July 20, 2020
The chemicals manufacturer is focusing on substances such as PU resins and UV oligomers, among others. With its extensive product portfolio, it is primarily aimed at the printing and packaging industry as well as the paint and coatings industry and chemical companies. To diversify and divide the business into two divisions — print solutions and chemicals — is a strategic corporate decision. Hubergroup is thus pursuing the goal of making its technological expertise available to a wide...
Chemical Watch | February 12, 2020
NGOs gathered yesterday to call on the budget chain 99 Cents Only Stores to follow the lead of its competitors and adopt a chemicals policy. Five years ago, the Campaign for Healthier Solutions – which is made up of over 100 health, community and environmental justice organisations nationwide – released a report that found over 81% of products in budget chains contain "hazardous substances", such as phthalates or heavy metals. And while 99 Cents Only Stores’ competito...
Los Angeles Times | January 22, 2020
Authorities ordered evacuations Wednesday after a chemical release at a manufacturing plant in a rural area of the San Joaquin Valley. Emergency crews responded about 10 a.m. following reports of a hazardous materials spill at Taft Manufacturing Co., the Kern County Fire Department said.
Hazardous materials teams “identified the source of the chemical leak and have stopped it,” the department later said on Twitter. The department urged people who live or work within six miles ...
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