AKRON, Ohio (AP) - Plastics maker Myers Industries Inc. said Monday that it will close two of its manufacturing facilities by the end of the year as part of its efforts to better align its capacity and cut operating costs. About 158 jobs will be eliminated.
Jime Lane Biofuels Digest - September 14, 2009 For a number of years, biofuels studies have suggested that, even under the most optimistic scenarios, biofuel production in the United States could only replace a fraction of overall US fuel consumption.
PHUONG LE Associated Press Writer - September 14, 2009 SEATTLE (AP) - The Environmental Protection Agency revealed new limits Friday on three pesticides commonly used on western farms to protect endangered and threatened Pacific salmon.
AUSTIN, TEXAS - Emerson Process Management's migration engineering services and
BEN STOCKING Associated Press Writer - September 11, 2009 HANOI, Vietnam (AP) - New environmental tests confirm extremely high levels of dioxin, the toxic ingredient of Agent Orange, in people, fish and soil near a former U.S.
BETH DeFALCO Associated Press Writer - September 11, 2009 JERSEY CITY, N.J. (AP) - Eight years after the Sept.
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Alstom and The Dow Chemical Company today celebrated the successful start-up and operation of a pilot plant to capture carbon dioxide (CO2) from the flue gas of a coal-fired boiler at the Dow-owned facility in South Charleston, West Virginia, USA.
SANDY SHORE AP Energy Writer - September 10, 2009 DENVER (AP) - DowÂ Chemical Co. said Thursday it will sell a hollow sphere plastic pigment product line to specialty chemicals maker Omnova Solutions Inc. and close two production units at a Texas plant.
DAN SEWELL AP Business Writer - September 10, 2009 CINCINNATI (AP) - The Procter & Gamble Co.
FREEPORT, Texas - The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW) announced today that it will close styrene monomer and ethylbenzene production units at its Dow Texas Operations site in Freeport, Texas by the end of the year.
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Monsanto Co., the world's biggest seed maker, said Thursday it plans to make deeper work force cuts than previously announced, saying it will reduce its staff by about 8 percent to cut costs. The St.
Thrill-seeking robot programmers, that is. Chem.Info's editorial staff, of course, does not condone such obviously dangerous - albeit fun-looking - creativity.
The removal of residue from processing equipment using a dry ice blasting machine.