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The All Other Basic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry report is the most comprehensive market research report available on this industry.
a) the supply of organic chemicals to de-ice surface, ie airport deicing fluid produced airfield pavements based on potassium formate and granular deicing airport pavement produced on the basis of sodium formate,
Table 37: Production of Organic Chemicals in Europe (2009)
Table 4: World Market for Caustic Soda (2007): Percentage Breakdown of Volume Consumption by End-use Segment - Organic Chemicals, Pulp & Paper, Inorganic Chemicals, Water Treatment, Alumina, Soaps & Detergents, Petroleum, and Miscellaneous Applications (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-14
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Arie Genger states: "Our new structure will further reinforce our leadership positions in plant nutrients, horticulture and organic chemicals by capturing the natural synergies among the TRI family of companies.
10 /PRNewswire/ -- The state Department of Environmental Resources (DER) has begun notifying public water suppliers in Pennsylvania that they must begin monitoring drinking water for an expanded list of synthetic organic chemicals, including many pesticides, beginning in January.
We're offering one million dollars for the most cost-effective, commercially practicable technology demonstrating the ability to separate and recover ammonia from waste streams containing organic chemicals," Beaver said.
The specific end-use segments discussed are EDC (Ethylene Dichloride) /VCM (Vinyl Chloride), Organic Chemicals, Inorganic Chemicals, Water Treatment, and Pulp & Paper.
Compared with wild salmon caught in the northern Pacific Ocean, salmon farmed in Europe and North America are significantly more contaminated with polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) and 13 other organic chemicals, report Ronald Hites of Indiana University in Bloomington and his colleagues, in the Jan.
NYSE: FSH) has agreed in principle to purchase the organic chemicals business of Janssen Pharmaceutica N.
BASF, Celanese Corp, Celanese Ag, Dynea OY, Dovechem, Georgia-Pacific, Hindustan Organic Chemicals Limited, Koei Chemical Company Limited, Mitsubishi Gas Chemical America, Inc.
Dioxins are a class of more than 200 chlorine-rich organic chemicals that are highly toxic, trigger birth defects, and can cause cancer (SN: 5/15/99, p.
FDA also announced a final regulation setting maximum limits for seven synthetic volatile organic chemicals that may be present in bottled water.
Industrial chemicals include gases like oxygen and nitrogen, dyes and pigments, chlorine and caustic soda, sulfuric and nitric acids, and thousands of organic chemicals.