Through all of the vehicle damage, tire slashing, death threats, fist-fights, union grievances and more, my boss never wavered on the whatever-it-takes commitment to becoming a safe operation, and it worked.
The head of Louisiana's chemical industry trade group believes the state's chemical production...
The American Chemistry Council sharply criticized modifications to California's Proposition 65...
The recalls are unusual: Listeria is rarely found in ice cream because it can't grow at freezing...
DuPont this week announced an agreement to buy a California biotech company that officials hope will advance the chemical giant's agribusiness offerings.
Rubber companies are increasingly looking to a North American desert shrub as a potential alternative to rubber imported from Southeast Asia.
The world's largest home improvement chain is phasing out the use of potentially harmful chemicals in its vinyl flooring.
Just as calibration needs to be part of your quality processes it absolutely needs to be part of your asset performance management (APM) strategy as well.
The strategic technology deal strengthens IDBS’ single R&D data management platform.
Local officials are seeking answers after a chemical spill at an injection well facility threatened a northeast Ohio township's water supply.
Brazilian petrochemical company Odebrecht and plastics maker Braskem say they will re-evaluate an ethane cracker they proposed to build in West Virginia.
A study of days-old infants shows an innate ability to clear the controversial compound used in plastics from the body.
The world's largest chemical producer said in a statement that the Nellore facility will help meet growing construction demand in India, particularly for customers in the southern part of the country.
A Belgian microbrewery is selling beer made using unsold bread from supermarkets.
A common type of pesticide is dramatically harming wild bees, according to a new in-the-field study that outside experts say may help shift the way the U.S. government looks at a controversial class of chemicals.
A massive recall has brought more attention and put more pressure on a century-old Texas ice cream company that has been searching to discover how its products became linked to a deadly string of listeria cases.
A company has filed a lawsuit alleging the former Charlotte manufacturing facility it purchased last year contains 5 million pounds of arsenic and cadmium contamination.
The April 6 blast and ensuing hydrocarbon fire at the paraxylene plant in Fujian province left six people hospitalized and renewed discussion on China's social media about the potential dangers of factories that produce the toxic chemical.
What appears to be a tragic labeling mishap has killed about 400 fish at The Texas State Aquarium.
The auto industry is taking off and the chemicals sector is hitching a ride.
Blue Bell says it is pulling its entire line of ice cream, frozen yogurt, sherbert and other frozen snacks.
The Environmental Working Group said that the current regulatory system allows companies to put potentially dangerous chemicals in personal-care products without having to prove they are safe.
New York's attorney general says some preliminary testing shows that microbeads, the tiny plastic abrasives added to makeup, shampoo and other personal care products, are passing through many of the state's sewage treatment plants and into waterways.
The DuPont Co. says the strong dollar and challenges in the agriculture and performance chemicals industries contributed to lower sales and earnings in the first quarter.
EuWe Eugen Wexler US Plastics, Inc., an automotive supplier and subsidiary of the Germany-based EuWe Group, is investing $11.1 million to open its first U.S. facility in the Upstate of South Carolina.
Reports showed products approved by the Non-GMO Project increased from $1.2 billion in 2011 sales to $8.5 billion last year, while companies such as General Mills and Chipotle took recent steps to distance themselves from GMO foods.
Most chemical facilities in the U.S. have yet to adopt federal anti-terrorism guidelines and remain vulnerable to attack, according to a recent report published in the International Journal of Critical Infrastructures.
April 22, 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of the first large-scale use of chemical weapons in modern warfare. Some of the best minds in chemistry at that time, including a Nobel Prize winner, used their knowledge of science to build humanity’s new weapons of mass destruction.
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