Montreal project rehabilitates brownfields abandoned because they’re too expensive to redevelop.
Countries report close to zero production since 2006 but 13,000 tonnes released a year since 2013.
End federal exemptions that allow such chemicals in clothes and other textiles: Environmental Defence
Pleaded guilty to violating a subsection of the Fisheries Act.
Investment will go toward upgrading and modernizing equipment to improve production.
Company says it was acting legally at the time, will pay the fine in15 days, no admission of liability.
Wide-reaching implications if the state succeeds, in part because 3M and other companies legally dumped the chemicals for years.
US, South Korea and Taiwan targeted for selling styrene monomer 5% to 10.7% below the proper price level.
Want changes to CEPA that put the onus on companies to show their products are safe before they’re put on the market.
Expects earnings of between US$3.2 billion and US$3.7 billion this year before some deductions.
Birds feeding on invertebrates and small fish have higher mercury levels than those eating large fish.
Company believes PFCs present no harm at the levels they are observed in Minnesota.
Lawsuit says facility in Crosby violated Texas environmental laws by releasing toxic chemicals during flooding and fires.
Nine factories across the island test system to alert public of toxic products such as ammonia or acid.
CEO warns transforming the embattled company is a multi-year process involving incremental steps.