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Benzene Industry Outlook in Italy to 2016 - Market Size, Company Share, Price Trends, Capacity Forecasts of All Active and Planned Plants provides an in-depth coverage of Italy Benzene industry.
A Filipino supervisor testified to prosecutors that the defendant approached the counter and sprinkled benzene from the bottle that he was carrying.
Benzene is carcinogenic and therefore hardly used as solvent anymore.
Benzene is more concentrated in gasoline than diesel, and there are few or no vapors associated with diesel, experts said.
The use of lighter feedstock is hampering the yield of benzene and leading to a tight demand/supply scenario in the global market, due to which the market has become highly competitive and all major players are investing in R&D to improve the quality and properties of the product.
In 1997-2001, benzene production peaked at 14,000 tons in 1998, down to 96,900 tons in 1999 or 79% of its installed capacity.
The delay in the construction of the Tuban petrochemical project has kept the country heavily dependent on import for benzene and paraxylene.
Just over two years into the voluntary program, Suurna says the company is already making good progress, especially with the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons and benzene reductions.
Company officials contend that they discovered the benzene problem in 1995 and reported the trouble to the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, and then fixed the problem in early 1996.
The agency decided to take the move after concluding that voluntary efforts by each industrial sector would not be enough to substantially reduce overall benzene emissions, the sources said.
According to the presenters, the decision then was to raise the seacoal addition and try incremental drops to determine the effect on both benzene emissions and casting peel.
On Thursday, tests found that the water contained 118 micrograms of benzene per liter, according to Veolia Water, a Sino-French joint venture and the sole water supplier for the urban areas of Lanzhou, the provincial capital.
ISLAMABAD -- Living near a benzene release site - such as a refinery or plant that releases the chemical into the air or water supply - puts people at a higher risk for contracting non-Hodgkin lymphoma, according to a new study.
NNA - 24/2/2011 Most fuel stations of Tyre and its neighborhood raised up their hoses with few stations witnessing queues of cars for benzene demand.