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October 28, 2009The Ministry of Commerce (Mofcom; Beijing) says that China will require a security deposit on imported nylon-6 from the U.S., European Union, Russia, and Taiwan. The decision follows a...
October 26, 2009U.S. government watchdog group OMB Watch (Washington) has been tracking the Obama administration’s efforts to address concerns about 27 controversial “midnight”...
October 20, 2009The House Energy and Commerce Committee plans to take up chemical plant security legislation tomorrow that could result in a full House vote on Inherently Safer Technology (IST) in a...
October 19, 2009A federal jury in Manhattan has ruled that ExxonMobil is liable for contaminating the New York City drinking water wells with fuel additive methyl tert-butyl ether, awarding the city...
September 27, 2009A ruling by Second Circuit Court of Appeals (New York) has reinstated a lawsuit brought by states seeking to force electric utilities to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions on...
December 31, 1969LyondellBasell recently reached a settlement with the U.S. government where the company will pay $162 million to fund remediation of hazardous waste sites. The agreement settles $5.5...
December 31, 1969ACC says it has hired Walter Moore will join the council as v.p./federal affairs effective February 8. “Moore brings with him significant association, corporate, and political...
December 31, 1969The Coalition for Security and Competitiveness (CSC; Washington), a group formed in 2007 that comprises several industry groups including the National Association of Manufacturers...
December 31, 1969New Jersey’s industry this year will work with the administration of governor Chris Christie (R.), who is scheduled to take office January 19, in an effort to secure revisions to...
December 31, 1969Chemistry Council of New Jersey (CCNJ; Trenton) says it is disappointed by the state’s Board of Public Utilities’ deferral of a motion asking for mandatory relief from Public...
December 31, 1969Industry has won its bid to stop state regulators from listing styrene as a carcinogen under the Proposition 65 labeling law. The Styrene Information Research Center (SRIC; Alexandria)...
December 31, 1969EPA says it has proposed to disapprove three key aspects of the Texas clean-air permitting program that do not meet federal Clean Air Act requirements. The proposals address flexible...
December 31, 1969ACC says the lawsuit filed against Union Pacific over liability provisions in the railroad’s rate card has been settled. ACC and The Chlorine Institute had filed a lawsuit against...
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