June 2005
European Chemical News;6/13/2005, Vol. 82 Issue 2151, p26
Trade Publication
Presents an update on environmental issues related to the chemical industry as of June 13, 2005. Shipments of unauthorised genetically modified corn in Japan originating from the U.S.; Support for E. On UK CHP with a submission challenging the British government's Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs' formula for implementing the emissions trading scheme by soda ash producer Brunner Mond.


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