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The US Senate and House are yesterday reached an agreement on an overhaul of US chemical safety laws. A revised bill could give the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) the authority to immediately begin a risk evaluation of any chemical it designates as high priory.
Levi Strauss & Co., Walmart, and Johnson & Johnson have participated in a first-of-its-kind effort to publicly benchmark corporate chemical management.
American retail giant Walmart has removed 95 percent of, making good its ‘policy on sustainable chemistry in consumables'. Walmart's green policy and consequent delivery on improving their chemical footprint has set a serious precedent.
eWater Systems has officially been certified as a B Corporation. In order to be certified as a B Corp, a company must pass rigorous assessment that 'explores a company’s governance, transparency, environmental and social impact.' We're extremely happy and proud of this recent recognition.
Professor Doug MacFarlane, ARC Laureate Fellow and Professor of Chemistry at Monash University, caught up with eWater to articulate his impressions of electrolysed water and the eWater Systems company.
Neil Perry has opened a third Burger Project, located in the newly finished St Collins Lane. eWater cleaning and sanitising solutions will be used to eradicate bacteria on the vegetables in addition to the benches and cleaning equipment, and front of house. This addition marks the fifth collaboration between Rockpool Group and eWater Systems.
The global market for green chemistry, which includes biobased chemicals, renewable feedstocks, green polymers and less-toxic chemical formulations, is projected to grow from $11 billion in 2015 to nearly $100 billion by 2020.