Scientists are concerned over the environmental impact of "the most vigorous methane eruption in modern human history."
The phosgene unit has remained off line since the leak, and a second unit involved in a separate leak has been permanently closed.
A grand jury has indicted a southwest Ohio company and three officials in the 2008 death of a treatment plant worker who authorities say was overcome by toxic gas.
Environmental Protection Agency says it will wait until this fall to decide whether U.S. car engines can handle higher concentrations of ethanol in gasoline.
Food company is recalling 15 million pounds of SpaghettiOs with meatballs after a cooker malfunctioned at one of the company's plants in Texas and left the meat undercooked.
Just about any article or newscast about wildlife coated with oil mentions Dawn -- the only detergent recommended for cleaning the hundreds of afflicted pelicans, gulls and gannets.
Toyota's decision to resume construction of a car factory in Mississippi drew fire from the UAW, which accused Toyota of shifting production from a union plant to a nonunion facility.
Just in Time for Summer, Retrofit Philly “Coolest Block” Contest Winners get Energy Efficiency MakeoverJune 18, 2010 6:29 am | by Dow Chemical Company | News | Comments
Philadelphia’s 1200 block of Wolf Street will celebrate victory in “The Coolest Block” contest at a party on June 19th that will also mark the official start of work on energy efficiency upgrades for the block. Sponsored by The Dow Chemical Company, the Energy Coordinating Agency of...
( Elsevier ) Scopus announced today that Kyoto University is employing the former's data and functions in a study performed by Dr. Takanori Ida, Professor at the Graduate School of Economics, Kyoto University. The study shows how effectively the government's large funding scheme,...
Handset makers and wireless providers are targeting the mid-range user to expand the 3G market in China.
I'm amazed by Apple’s lack of reaction to the plight of Foxconn’s workers. For most companies, this sort of news would be a deal-breaker.
Although Imperial Sugar may not be the lone offender of combustible dust crimes, it is perhaps the most memorable.
A new high pressure float design for Clark-Reliance Corporation's liquid level indicators feature a multi-spherical design that withstands pressures up to 3500 psi (241 bar).
Powerful systems for use in civil, military, and commercial applications are now being developed at no fewer than 10 locations in China.