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The Star | February 03, 2020
The Philippine National Police (PNP) has placed on standby its Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosives (CBRNE) team to assist government efforts against the 2019 Novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV). At a press briefing Monday, PNP Chief Gen. Archie Gamboa said the CBRNE team — composed of field officers, nurses, medical technicians, and doctors — may also help in screening the passengers and assisting in the repatriation of Filipinos in China. “(PNP) has made avai...
KBR | August 23, 2021
KBR announced today that it has signed an alliance agreement with Johnson Matthey (JM) to license the FORMOX™ Integrated UFC Technology.
The innovative iUFC technology consists of JM's methanol and UFC (Urea Formaldehyde Concentrate) production processes integrated with KBR's proprietary ammonia process, either as part of new installations or as retrofits for existing units, enabling low-cost production of UFC for higher grade urea.
Albemarle | June 03, 2021
Albemarle Corporation, a global specialty chemicals industry leader, announced that it had completed the sale of its Fine Chemistry Services business to W. R. Grace & Co. for approximately $570 million, consisting of $300 million in cash. The issuance to Albemarle of preferred equity of a W. R. Grace & Co. subsidiary having an aggregate stated value of $270 million. The sale includes Albemarle's operations in Tyrone, Pennsylvania, and South Haven, Michigan.
Forever chemicals | December 23, 2020
Tom Kennedy found out about the drawn out tainting of his family's drinking water around two months after he was informed that his bosom disease had metastasized to his mind and was terminal.
The difficulties polluting his tap: per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), a general classification of synthetic compounds developed during the 1900s to add attractive properties, for example, stain-sealing and against adhering to shoes, cookware and other regular articles.
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