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Consumerreports | August 07, 2020
When you pick up a fast-food burger and fries or a grain bowl at a restaurant, you’re probably thinking more about the food you’re about to eat than the packaging it comes in. But a new report finds that some food packaging—burger boxes, wrappers, disposable bowls, and bags for french fries, sides, and desserts—used at popular restaurants such as McDonald’s, Sweetgreen, and Wendy’s may contain potentially hazardous PFAS chemicals. These chemicals help prevent ...
Honeywell | January 14, 2021
Hengli Petrochemical Co. Ltd has effectively utilized Callidus burner innovation from Honeywell UOP to limit nitrogen oxide (NOX) and carbon monoxide (CO) discharges in China, and decrease the effect of these outflows while guaranteeing protected and stable tasks.
Hengli chose Callidus progressed flares and low-NOX burner innovation in 2017 to follow ecological guidelines and improve energy productivity and operational wellbeing at its treatment facility and petrochemicals complex...
BASF | January 22, 2020
German chemical giant BASF is investing $45 million to build a production plant that will create more than 25 jobs, the company said on Wednesday (Jan 22). The new plant is part of the company's plan to expand its agricultural solutions business in Asia Pacfic, said Mr Gustavo Palerosi Carneiro, the head of BASF's agricultural solutions business in the region.The plant, which is expected to be completed by September next year (2021), will supply the company's patented crop protection...
National Observer | February 02, 2020
U.S. chemical producer Dow Inc. has approved an expansion of its Alberta petrochemical facilities expected to cost between US$200 million and US$225 million. While releasing its fourth-quarter results this week, CEO Jim Fitterling announced the Michigan-based company will increase capacity at its Fort Saskatchewan ethylene plant just north of Edmonton by about 130,000 tonnes per year by adding a process furnace. He says Dow will equally share costs of the expansion and the ethylene output with a...
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