United States Environmental Protection Agency

Ammonia is used as an industrial refrigerant but highly toxic and can cause skin burns, respiratory harm and even death, according to the EPA (Photo: Eek the Cat/Flickr)

EPA ALLEGED 27 RISK MANAGEMENT FAILINGS AT MICHIGAN MINUTE MAID PLANT

Coke thrashes out EPA deal after $278,000 ammonia fine threat

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Coke is brokering a settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) after it threatened a $278,000 fine for alleged violations of the Clean Air Act at a Minute Maid plant in Michigan.

EPA resolves violations with Pepsi Cola Bottling Co.

Pepsi Cola Bottling Co., resolves violations with EPA

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has resolved violations with four Guam companies, including Pepsi Cola Bottling Co., for their failure to report the amount of diesel fuel and other hazardous chemicals stored at their facilities.

New DEHP water limit will not cost consumers: FDA

New DEHP water limit will not cost consumers: FDA

By Ben Bouckley

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) insists its new maximum allowable levels for the chemical di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate (DEHP) in bottled water will not raise costs for consumers.

Water supply safety

Water supply safety

Agilent Technologies and Swiss-based Metrohm have developed a
high-sensitivity method of detecting perchlorate in surface and
drinking water. Perchlorate, an explosive propellant used in rocket
fuel, is a widespread and potentially...

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