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EPA agrees to update oil refinery emissions standards

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has announced plans to change the toxic emissions standards for oil refineries, a set of rules that have not been updated for nearly 20 years.
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Computer system failure puts US meat safety at risk

A malfunction in the computer system used by thousands of Agriculture Department inspectors at the 6,500 meatpacking and processing plants across the United States caused a two-day outage.
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Jobs in oil, gas industry increase 40% in 2007-2012

Latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that more than 162,000 new jobs in the U.S. oil and gas industry were created between 2007 and 2012, highlighting the importance of the industry to the national economy.
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Atlas Copco to acquire Edwards Group for $1.5 billion

Stockholm-based Atlas Copco has agreed to acquire vacuum and abatement solutions provider Edwards Group for approximately $1.5 billion.


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Middle East to remain top oil supplier over next five years

Despite the rapid growth in U.S. oil and gas production, the Middle East will remain global leader in energy supply.
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Nutrient recovery facility turns pollutants into eco-friendly fertilizer

The city of Saskatoon has opened a new commercial nutrient recovery facility in partnership with Canadian-based company Ostara Nutrient Recovery Technologies Inc.
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Explosions cause serious damage at Georgia chemical plant

A series of explosions occurred at a chemical plant in the City of Valdosta, Ga., on Aug. 14, injuring three people and causing fire at the site.
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Value of global beverage packaging market to reach $125.7 billion in 2018

Between 2013 and 2018, the global beverage packaging market is forecast to expand at a compound annual rate of 4.3%.
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US natural polymer market to be worth $7.12 billion in 2018

U.S. natural polymer sales generated revenues of $4.95 billion in 2012, and demand is expected to remain on the rise in the next few years.
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Oregon governor signs off on canola ban for Willamette Valley

Oregon farmers and the public are celebrating a major victory after Gov. John Kitzhaber signed the HB 2427 bill into law on Wednesday.
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