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'Science, Policy, Impact' named as theme for AIHA Fall Safety Conference

Source: Daily News | 2014-09-17
An upcoming American Industrial Hygiene Association meeting in Washington, D.C., will highlight several high-profile government policy issues in the industrial hygiene and occupational health and safety field.

Ontario's bio succinic acid plant doubles capacity, nets grant

Source: Daily News | 2014-07-03
BioAmber Inc. has secured a $7-million grant from Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) for what will be world's largest facility for bio-based succinic acid plant when completed in 2015.

EPA eyeing expansion of greener refrigerants

Source: Daily News | 2014-07-03

Loan will make Sarnia facility world's largest for bio-based succinic acid

Source: Daily News | 2014-06-26

IN PICTURES: Enerkem opens full-scale waste-to-biofuels and chemicals facility

Source: Daily News | 2014-06-25
Enerkem has shared a few photos of its Edmonton facility inauguration held June 4, 2014 in Alberta. Some 10 years in the making, it's the company's first full-scale municipal waste-to-biofuels and chemicals facility, and one of the world's...

VIDEOS: Sneak peek at Toronto's East Bayfront condo remediation

Source: Daily News | 2014-06-25

Toronto looks to axe Ontario's streamlined risk assessments for brownfields

Source: Daily News | 2014-06-20
The City of Toronto has proposed to reject a streamlined risk assessment process that’s been gaining popularity among Ontario’s environmental consultants working with contaminated lands.

VIDEO: How are cities changing around the world?

Source: Daily News | 2014-06-19

Buffalo still struggling with HazMat management

Source: Daily News | 2014-06-12
Following a 2011 hazardous materials agreement between the City of Buffalo and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the city’s handling of dangerous goods has not improved as much as residents had hoped.

EPA rattles coal industry with climate plan

Source: Daily News | 2014-06-05
The long-awaited greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction plan from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is finally ready for the scrutiny of U.S. lawmakers and industry, while it rattles the country’s massive coal industry.


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