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Producers reopen New Jersey facilities after Sandy's damage assessed (updated)

3:35 PM MST | November 5, 2012 | Lindsay Frost

Producers are starting to resume normal operations as they continue to assess the impact of Hurricane Sandy in northeast United States, particularly New Jersey. “The biggest issue is energy and electricity supply,” says Elvin Montero, director of communications and issues management for the Chemistry Council of New Jersey (CCNJ). Several companies have reported that they are waiting for the return of electricity to restart plants. Companies are still conducting assessments, but damage appears minor. As of Friday, 2 November, there are no reports...

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