Technology & environment

August 1998
Chemical Week;8/5/1998, Vol. 160 Issue 29, p36
Trade Publication
Presents news briefs on chemical industry. Details on the chemical plant to be built in Japan by Seishin Kigyo, an equipment maker; Information on the nuisance lawsuit filed against seven Houston Ship Channel area companies by two Galena Park, Texas residents; Recommendation of World Health Organization concerning the intake limit of dioxin.


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