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Climate case at Supreme Court looks at EPA's power
The justices are hearing arguments Monday in a challenge to a regulation that forces companies that want to expand industrial facilities or build new ones that would increase overall pollution to...
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North American polypropylene prices drop in March
North American polypropylene (PP) resin prices fell for the second consecutive month in March, as winter weather affected some deliveries. Prices for propylene monomer feedstock also fell 1.5 cents...
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The U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works advanced a bill that could potentially help the rest of the country protect their drinking water. The bill was amended in committee, where...
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