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New wave of lawsuits filed against DuPont for C8 use

Chemical giant DuPont is facing increased pressure as nine new lawsuits have been filed against the company in October, bringing the total number of legal cases against DuPont since April to 50.
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California environmental study on fracking to take up to 18 months

California has launched an environmental review on the effects of hydraulic fracturing, which is expected to give state lawmakers a better idea of fracking's impact.
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LSB Industries to receive $113 million in damages after chemical plant explosion

The facility, located in El Dorado, was a concentrated nitric acid plant but it was practically destroyed in an explosion in May last year.
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FDA seeks to ban dietary supplements unlawfully marketed as drugs

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has taken administrative action against a dietary supplement manufacturer following multiple breaches of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act.
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USGS examines link between Oklahoma earthquakes, fracking wastewater injection

The U.S. Geological Survey has conducted a study on the causes of increased occurrence rates of earthquakes in the state over the past few years and a possible link between seismic activity and wastewater disposal from oil and gas drilling sites.
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California importer recalls more than 15,000 pounds of salami

More than 15,000 pounds of salami products imported by Ferrarini USA are being recalled because they were not presented for import re-inspection, as required.
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Wyoming proposes rules to protect groundwater from fracking operations

The state of Wyoming has closed its public consultation of new draft rules that aim to protect groundwater from contamination associated with fracking operations.
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Three coal mines added to pattern violators list

The federal Mine Safety and Health Administration has designated three coal mines as pattern violators, meaning that they have repeatedly broken federal health and safety regulations over the past 12 months.
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US carbon emissions down 10% since 2010

The U.S. EPA has released data showing that the amount of greenhouse gas pollution from big facilities in the United States fell by 10 percent over the past two years.
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US water treatment equipment demand set for healthy growth

U.S. demand for water treatment equipment is set to grow by an average annual rate of 6% through 2017, with all segments of the market predicted to expand.
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