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United Steelworkers is suing the Environmental Protection Agency and its administrator, Andrew Wheeler, over the agency’s recent changes to the Obama-era Chemical Disaster Rule. In a lawsuit filed Jan. 7 in the U.S. District Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, USW is petitioning the court to restore the original text of the rule. EPA’s Risk Management Program Reconsideration final rule, which took effect Dec. 19, eliminated various provisions intended to prevent fu...

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Bloomberg Environment | March 16, 2020

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Chemical makers will soon learn what specific information they’ll have to give the EPA later this year, now that the White House has approved the agency’s final data reporting rule. The White House Office of Management and Budget announced March 14 that it approved the regulation, which requires companies that make or import chemicals above specified thresholds—generally 25,000 pounds a year—to report production, use, and other information every four years. For a comparis...

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S&P Global | March 25, 2020

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While chemical manufacturing is among sectors deemed critical to combat the spread of the coronavirus, markets continue to face serious challenges as end-users step back and cancel or postpone orders, unable to gauge demand in the coming weeks and months amid increasing stay-at-home orders throughout the Americas. Some polymer markets are showing the strain, as export markets want less US polyvinyl chloride, a construction staple and key economic indicator, and US prices for polyethylene terepht...

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FOX 32 Chicago | April 09, 2020

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STEELWORKERS SUE EPA OVER CHANGES TO CHEMICAL SAFETY RULE

Safety+Health Magazine | January 16, 2020

United Steelworkers is suing the Environmental Protection Agency and its administrator, Andrew Wheeler, over the agency’s recent changes to the Obama-era Chemical Disaster Rule. In a lawsuit filed Jan. 7 in the U.S. District Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, USW is petitioning the court to restore the original text of the rule. EPA’s Risk Management Program Reconsideration final rule, which took effect Dec. 19, eliminated various provisions intended to prevent fu...

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WHITE HOUSE GREENLIGHTS RULE FOR REPORTING CHEMICAL DATA TO EPA

Bloomberg Environment | March 16, 2020

Chemical makers will soon learn what specific information they’ll have to give the EPA later this year, now that the White House has approved the agency’s final data reporting rule. The White House Office of Management and Budget announced March 14 that it approved the regulation, which requires companies that make or import chemicals above specified thresholds—generally 25,000 pounds a year—to report production, use, and other information every four years. For a comparis...

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CORONAVIRUS AFFECTS AMERICAS PETROCHEMICALS MARKETS

S&P Global | March 25, 2020

While chemical manufacturing is among sectors deemed critical to combat the spread of the coronavirus, markets continue to face serious challenges as end-users step back and cancel or postpone orders, unable to gauge demand in the coming weeks and months amid increasing stay-at-home orders throughout the Americas. Some polymer markets are showing the strain, as export markets want less US polyvinyl chloride, a construction staple and key economic indicator, and US prices for polyethylene terepht...

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JOLIET COMPANY REMAINS BUSY DEVELOPING CHEMICAL THAT DESTROYS CORONAVIRUS

FOX 32 Chicago | April 09, 2020

While a lot of businesses are closing and laying off workers, it’s full speed ahead at Seeler Industries in Joliet. The mom and pop company manufactures a chemical that’s at the forefront in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. “We’re just trying to make the best of a very difficult situation,” said Steve Seeler, Owner. The family-owned chemical manufacturing plant is the nation’s leading supplier of Peracetic Acid, or what you might call the COVID-19 Kill...

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