Health Canada approves Spartan Bioscience’s previously recalled rapid COVID 19 test
(CP) TORONTO – The federal government has approved an…
Washington state nixes methanol plant meant to supply China
(AP) OLYMPIA, Wash. – Officials in Washington state denied…
Experts probe Elmira chemical manufacturing site for groundwater contamination
ELMIRA _ More than 30 years after the cancer-causing…
Closing the loop: Pyrowave turns plastic into a reusable resin
Technology microwaves feedstock to create virgin-like styrene resin.
West Virginia chemical plant blast kills 1, injures 3
Optima Chemicals employee lost in tragedy last week
Pfizer says early data signals COVID-19 vaccine is effective
The shots made with German partner BioNTech are among 10 possible vaccine candidates in late-stage testing.
Nutrien takes $587M loss on phosphate fertilizer operation
Global phosphate prices have trended higher from strong demand in India and Brazil, trade flow changes.
Controllable membrane to pull CO2 out of exhaust streams
Electrically switchable system continuously separates gases without moving parts or wasted space.
‘Toxic’ label will spur wake-up to impact of plastics on health: experts
… but challenges remain in definitively linking plastic or plastic particles to disease, cancer or other human health problems.
Unilateral ban on single use plastics ignores spirit of USMCA: experts
US trade lawyer says agreement reflects need to consult with partners before before imposing new restrictions.
Plastics industry says its products are not ‘toxic’, urges feds to rethink
Single-use plastic items will be banned because they are both harmful to the environment and difficult to recycle.
Straws, stir sticks, bags first targets of nationwide plastics ban
OTTAWA — Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson says six single-use…
Initiative aims to bring more women into chemical, oil and gas sector
Quebec’s chemical, petrochemical, refining and gas industry adopts tools to favour recruiting and integration.
Court supports Dow in Nova lawsuit jointly owned Joffre ethane cracker
Orders a recalculation of its award of $1.4 billion in damages, should only be compensated for direct damages.
Company, CEO tried to export chemicals to China: Prosecutors
Scheme involved shipping chemicals used in microchip manufacturing from Rhode Island.