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Not all marine creatures harmed by microplastics, study finds

Biologists at the North Sea Office of the Alfred Wegener Institute, Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research (AWI), found that ingestion of microplastic particles does not mechanically affect marine isopods.
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Fake vodka made from anti-freeze sold in Britain

Ahead of this year's New Year's Eve celebrations, British consumers have been warned not to buy counterfeit vodka that may contain harmful chemicals.
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Lubrizol closes acquisition of Warwick Chemicals, Weatherford businesses

Chemicals company The Lubrizol Corporation has completed two acquisitions within the space of one week, expanding its home care operations and creating a new business segment in the field of oilfield solutions.
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IChemE calls for global action to cut water usage in food production

More needs to be done to reduce the amount of water used in food production, according to the Institution of Chemical Engineers (IChemE).
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Water quality improves in Monongahela River

Sulfate contamination in the Monongahela River has been reduced and it is no longer listed as impaired, a state water quality assessment reveals.
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Processed condensate not covered by export ban

New guidance issued by the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) could lead to an increase in U.S. exports of condensate, a form of lightly processed crude oil.
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Methane cloud over New Mexico seen from space

Newly released data from NASA illustrates the scale of methane pollution from oil, gas and coal production in the United States.
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Yokogawa China to provide control systems for new oil refinery

Yokogawa China, a subsidiary of Japan's Yokogawa Electric Corporation, is to deliver control systems for a new oil refinery in China's Yunnan Province.
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Strong growth predicted for industrial control system security market

With a rise in sophisticated cyber-attacks and threats on control networks, there is a growing market for industrial control systems (ICS) security to secure key plants from vulnerabilities.
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Purdue researchers turn biomass waste into valuable chemicals

A new process developed at Purdue University converts lignin, once considered a biomass waste product, into valuable chemical commodities.
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