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NGOS SET TARGETS FOR NEW EU CHEMICALS STRATEGY

Chemicalwatch | May 07, 2020

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Supporting industry frontrunners and speeding up the regulatory processes are among five goals NGO ChemSec has set for the EU's new chemicals strategy being developed under its Green Deal. ChemSec said the upcoming chemical strategy for sustainability must give incentives for companies to phase out substances of concern and limit derogations to restrictions to "essential use". The European Commission should also set clear political targets and timeframes to speed up the identificat...

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UK GOVERNMENT TO DEVELOP NEW CHEMICALS STRATEGY

ICIS | January 29, 2020

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The UK government is to develop its first new chemicals sector strategy in over two decades, an official said on Tuesday, as the country prepares to leave the EU. To be developed over the next couple of years, the new UK strategy on chemicals will look at key government priorities for the sector, with environmental and human health, regulation and the circular economy expected to be key, according to Holly Yates, deputy director for chemicals, pesticides and hazardous waste at the UK's Depar...

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EPA REACHES SETTLEMENT WITH TORRANCE REFINING OVER CHEMICAL SAFETY VIOLATIONS

EPA | January 14, 2020

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A Torrance, Calif.-based petroleum refinery has agreed to pay $125,000 after violating the Clean Air Act’s Chemical Accident Prevention Program. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency settled with Torrance Refining Company LLC after discovering deficiencies in its chemical safety and risk management plan. “It is critical for the refinery to maintain an up-to-date and accurate Risk Management Plan,” said EPA Pacific Southwest Regional Administrator Mike Stoker in a statement.&...

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TEST U.S. EPA FINES ARIZONA’S UNI-KOOL FOR VIOLATING

media7 | March 11, 2020

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a settlement with The Uni-Kool Partners (Uni-Kool) corporation to resolve alleged violations of the federal Clean Air Act. The violations pertain to chemical accident prevention requirements at Uni-Kool’s produce storage and distribution facility in Yuma. Uni-Kool will pay a $26,250 civil penalty and spend at least $98,438 to further improve environmental, health and safety conditions at the facility. Uni-Kool’s industrial refr...

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NGOS SET TARGETS FOR NEW EU CHEMICALS STRATEGY

Chemicalwatch | May 07, 2020

Supporting industry frontrunners and speeding up the regulatory processes are among five goals NGO ChemSec has set for the EU's new chemicals strategy being developed under its Green Deal. ChemSec said the upcoming chemical strategy for sustainability must give incentives for companies to phase out substances of concern and limit derogations to restrictions to "essential use". The European Commission should also set clear political targets and timeframes to speed up the identificat...

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UK GOVERNMENT TO DEVELOP NEW CHEMICALS STRATEGY

ICIS | January 29, 2020

The UK government is to develop its first new chemicals sector strategy in over two decades, an official said on Tuesday, as the country prepares to leave the EU. To be developed over the next couple of years, the new UK strategy on chemicals will look at key government priorities for the sector, with environmental and human health, regulation and the circular economy expected to be key, according to Holly Yates, deputy director for chemicals, pesticides and hazardous waste at the UK's Depar...

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EPA REACHES SETTLEMENT WITH TORRANCE REFINING OVER CHEMICAL SAFETY VIOLATIONS

EPA | January 14, 2020

A Torrance, Calif.-based petroleum refinery has agreed to pay $125,000 after violating the Clean Air Act’s Chemical Accident Prevention Program. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency settled with Torrance Refining Company LLC after discovering deficiencies in its chemical safety and risk management plan. “It is critical for the refinery to maintain an up-to-date and accurate Risk Management Plan,” said EPA Pacific Southwest Regional Administrator Mike Stoker in a statement.&...

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TEST U.S. EPA FINES ARIZONA’S UNI-KOOL FOR VIOLATING

media7 | March 11, 2020

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced a settlement with The Uni-Kool Partners (Uni-Kool) corporation to resolve alleged violations of the federal Clean Air Act. The violations pertain to chemical accident prevention requirements at Uni-Kool’s produce storage and distribution facility in Yuma. Uni-Kool will pay a $26,250 civil penalty and spend at least $98,438 to further improve environmental, health and safety conditions at the facility. Uni-Kool’s industrial refr...

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