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Obama administration proposes new rules for fracking operations

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The rules would require all fracking operators to disclose some of the chemicals used in the process, in a move to address concerns over the impact of fracking on waterways and air.
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FDA launches software to boost food contamination protection

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is launching a new software tool that can help food production facilities prevent intentional food contamination.
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Dow to appeal court's order over alleged price fixing

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U.S. giant Dow Chemical Company has announced that it will appeal the order issued by a federal court last week to pay a fine of $1.2 billion for allegedly fixing prices of urethane chemicals.
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Seminars on functional safety in the process industry kick off in May

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KROHNE, Inc. will hold two seminars later this month designed to provide a thorough understanding of planning, documentation and operation of safety related systems.
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Global market for sensors to reach nearly $116.1 billion by 2019

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The global market for sensors is expected to increase to $79.5 billion in 2014, reaching $116.1 billion by 2019, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.9%.
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Canada lagging behind other countries in wastewater treatment

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Canada's methods of wastewater treatment are old-fashioned, ineffective and nothing short of a national embarrassment, according to the head of Lake Ontario Waterkeepers.
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Fire causes serious damage at Florida potato processing plant

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By the time firefighters arrived at the scene, a number of warehouse structures had already been engulfed in flames.
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Enbridge applies for capacity extension of Alberta Clipper pipeline

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Calgary-based pipeline transport company Enbridge is seeking U.S. approval to increase the capacity of a pipeline carrying crude from Alberta to Wisconsin.
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FDA issues warning about Brooklyn-based juice manufacturer

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Carrot and beet juice products manufactured by the company may be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, a bacterium that can cause botulism.
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Research finds increased arsenic levels in poultry meat

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Feeding chickens with arsenic-based drugs leads to a higher concentration of inorganic arsenic in poultry meat, according to a new study from researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future at the Bloomberg School of Public Health.
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