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59 min ago | WaterWorld

Calgon Carbon signs 10-year contract with CA water district to improve drinking water

Calgon Carbon Corporation and Palmdale Water District of California have signed a 10-year contract under which Calgon Carbon will provide reactivation services to treat the District's drinking water. The value of the contract will depend upon the amount of spent carbon that is reactivated annually, which is expected to be 1 million pounds.


Related Topix: Environmental, Calgon Carbon, CCC Information Services, Environmental Law, Law, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

3 hrs ago | KTIV-TV Sioux City

Construction to ease CF Industries truck traffic approved by Woodbury County Supervisors

After months of issues stemming from aggressive truck traffic on the roads leading to the CF Industries construction project, the county is moving forward with a plan to ease some of the wear and tear. The supervisors voted unanimously to approve a plan to extend 240th street to connect Andrew and Allison Avenue in the area around the CF Industries project.


Related Topix: CF Industries, Woodbury County, IA, Monona County, IA, Sioux City, IA

3 hrs ago | Star Tribune

Pawlenty-led group's campaign against consumer complaints ends in controversy

A spokesman for the Pawlenty-run Financial Services Roundtable said the campaign had run its course. But Bloomberg News reported this week that three of the country's biggest banks - Bank of America, JPA Morgan Chase and Citigroup - asked Pawlenty to stop.


Related Topix: Public Relations, US Politics, Tim Pawlenty, US News, US Governors, Minnesota Government, Minnesota, Publishing, Media, Star Tribune, Hawkins

6 hrs ago | KTMF

LeBron banner could rise again in Cleveland

Sherwin-Williams Co. has asked the city for approval to hang a new banner of James on its headquarters across the street from Quicken Loans Arena, the Plain Dealer reported Tuesday.


Related Topix: Manufacturing, Sherwin Williams, Retail

6 hrs ago | Reuters

Syngenta faces second lawsuit over GMO corn rejected by China

A second company has sued Syngenta AG over sales of genetically modified corn seed not approved by China, raising the stakes for the Swiss-based seed maker by including byproducts used for animal feed in its complaint and seeking class-action status. Trans Coastal Supply Co, a major exporter of livestock feed products, said in court documents it expects to lose more than $41 million because Syngenta sold Agrisure Viptera corn seed, known as MIR 162, to U.S. farmers without first obtaining import approval from Beijing.


Related Topix: Syngenta AG, Agriculture, Science, Urbana, IL

10 hrs ago | Dairy Foods

Expert Solutions To Spoilage In Cheese and Mild Acidic Yogurt

DuPont unveils an expanded line-up of the successful HOLDBAC Protective cultures range to specifically target contamination in the mild acidic environments of cheese and fresh yogurt manufacture while maintaining flavor. Formerly a manufacturer's dream, today DuPont market-driven science took on the challenge and made it a reality.


Related Topix: Rubber-Plastics, Manufacturing, Dupont E I Nemours

13 hrs ago | Business Journal

Companies announce success in biological replacement for crude-oil component

Diapers are among products that use acrylic acid - synthesized from crude oil. A team that includes researchers from Davis announced Monday achieving a milestone in producing acrylic acid from renewable materials.


Related Topix: BASF, Basf Ag, Food, Cargill, Wayzata, MN

13 hrs ago | Business Journal

Cargill claims milestone in quest for renewable source of superabsorbency

Diapers are among products that use acrylic acid, which is synthesized from crude oil. A team of researchers said they've achieved a milestone in producing acrylic acid from renewable materials.


Related Topix: Food, Cargill, Basf Ag, BASF

14 hrs ago |

Park Electrochemical Corp. Declares Quarterly Dividend of $0.10

Park Electrochemical Corp. announced a quarterly dividend on Tuesday, September 16th, American Banking News reports. Shareholders of record on Friday, October 3rd will be paid a dividend of 0.10 per share on Monday, November 3rd.


Related Topix: Electronics, Park Electrochemical Corporation

15 hrs ago | Reuters

Nissan may purchase LG batteries as EV procurement opens - CEO

Nissan may begin purchasing electric-vehicle batteries from LG Chem as it opens procurement to external suppliers in addition to its own manufacturing with NEC Corp, Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn said on Monday. "We will have both, and I hope even more," Ghosn said when asked whether the Japanese carmaker would purchase from suppliers as well the NEC joint venture, AESC.


Related Topix: LG Chem

19 hrs ago | Medical News

Bayer, Orion begin patient enrollment in ODM-201 Phase III trial for...

Bayer HealthCare and Orion Corporation, a pharmaceutical company based in Espoo, Finland, have begun to enroll patients in a Phase III trial with ODM-201, an investigational oral androgen receptor inhibitor in clinical development. The study, called ARAMIS, evaluates ODM-201 in men with castration-resistant prostate cancer who have rising Prostate Specific Antigen levels and no detectable metastases.


Related Topix: Manufacturing, Bayer HealthCare, Prostate Cancer, Health

22 hrs ago | BioSpace

Bayer HealthCare Announces The Launch Of Aleve?? PM: The First And...

Bayer HealthCare Announces The Launch Of AleveA PM: The First And Only OTC PM Pain Reliever With A Sleep Aid Plus The 12-Hour Pain Relieving Strength Of Aleve /PRNewswire/ -- Today, Bayer HealthCare LLC announces an exciting innovation in the nighttime pain reliever category with the launch of AleveA PM, now available at retailers nationwide. Aleve PM is the first over-the-counter PM product with a safe sleep aid plus the 12-hour pain relieving strength of Aleve for pain relief that can last until the morning.


Related Topix: Medicine, Naproxen (generic), Aleve, Naprosyn, Manufacturing, Bayer HealthCare, Healthcare, Health, Pain, Sleep, Benadryl, Diphenhydramine (generic)

Mon Sep 15, 2014


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Some new high-tech jobs need to be filled at the LG Chem Michigan Inc. plant located on 48th St. near Holland. A day-long job fair is scheduled for this Thursday, Sept.


Related Topix: LG Chem, Holland, MI

Insider Selling: TETRA Technologies SVP Unloads 40,437 Shares of Stock

TETRA Technologies SVP Edwin H. Goldman unloaded 40,437 shares of TETRA Technologies stock in a transaction dated Friday, September 12th. The stock was sold at an average price of $11.33, for a total transaction of $458,151.21.


Related Topix: Oil & Gas, Tetra Technologies


Nissan not shuttering Leaf EV battery plants, at least not yet

The big news on the electric vehicle front today is that Nissan is considering slowing down EV battery production in the US and UK and source all of Nissan's big packs come from Japan. Nissan may also buy some batteries from the Korean company LG Chem.


Related Topix: LG Chem, Marketing, Autos


Air Products Again Recognized for Sustainability Leadership by Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes

Air Products has again achieved a leadership position among the top 10 percent of companies in its industry as a component of the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index 2014/2015, a gold standard benchmark for corporate sustainability performance. Air Products also is a component of the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index, which places it among the top 20 percent of companies in its industry in North America.


Related Topix: Air Products and Chemicals

One Put, One Call Option To Know About for Exxon Mobil

Consistently, one of the more popular stocks people enter into their stock options watchlist at Stock Options Channel is Exxon Mobil Corp. . So this week we highlight one interesting put contract, and one interesting call contract, from the January 2017 expiration for XOM.


Related Topix: Exxon Mobil, Energy, Oil & Gas, ExxonMobil Chemical, Financial Markets

Ag Professional

Cargill launching data-analysis service for farmers

Cargill Inc. is developing a software service that guides farmers on how to plant crops, a foray that pits the agricultural conglomerate against a host of rivals seeking to harvest reams of data to sell "prescriptive planting" technology in North America. Wayzata-based Cargill began selling the service in two U.S. states, Minnesota and South Dakota, this summer and plans a broader push over the next several years as it seeks to help farmers produce larger crops and navigate weather shifts, officials said.


Related Topix: Food, Cargill, Agriculture, Science, CPU, Science / Technology, Monsanto, Missouri

Fox News

Eastman Chemical to Buy Taminco for $1.8 Billion

M&A activity slowed down slightly over the summer, but the first eight months of 2014 still produced more completed deals compared to the same period a year ago. Nearly 1500 deals were completed through August of this year, with a total value of about $195 billion.


Related Topix: Rubber-Plastics, Eastman Chemical, Business News

Plastics News

BASF analyzes products based on sustainability potential

The Ludwigshafen, Germany-based group said the Sustainable Solution Steering method was used to "systematically review and evaluate the sustainability aspects of the approximately 50,000 relevant product applications" in its portfolio, which generated annual sales of 56 billion euros . BASF said it had analyzed more than 80 percent of its portfolio in the last three years, with data concluding how a given product contributed to cost effectiveness and resource conservation.


Related Topix: Basf Ag, BASF


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