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Growth in oil and gas demand may not be dominated by cars

by Scott Tong Oct 5, 2018
When we report on the world’s thirst for energy, we often miss something: chemicals made from oil and gas. A new report Friday finds petrochemical demand in the world is surging for things like synthetic rubber, packaging, fertilizer and detergents.…
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The EPA says TCE causes cancer, so why hasn't it been banned?

by Scott Tong Jul 26, 2018
With the chemical industry challenging the cancer link, the agency has held off on action.
A view of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) headquarters on March 16, 2017 in Washington, DC. 
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The EPA is looking to regulate chemicals found in some widely used products

by Scott Tong May 23, 2018
Environmental groups, dubious of the move by the agency say new regulations could take years to come.

Botox is a multi-billion dollar, potentially deadly monopoly

by Kai Ryssdal, Emily Henderson, and Sean McHenry Oct 31, 2017
The product comes from a substance so lethal that it could be used as a potential agent of bioterrorism.
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EPA getting authority to review chemicals for safety

by Ashley Milne-Tyte May 25, 2016
A bill passed by the House would be the first major environmental law in 25 years.
 A worker at Sohn's French Cleaners, which uses eco-friendly chemicals to dry clean clothes, presses shirts in 2007 in San Francisco.  A proposed law would give the Environmental Protection Agency the authority to evaluate whether certain chemicals should remain on the market. These chemicals include Trichloroethylene, which is typically used in dry cleaning, protective coating and industrial greasers.
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Fracking chemicals found in Pennsylvania drinking water

by Kai Ryssdal and Scott Tong May 5, 2015
Kai Ryssdal talks to Scott Tong about fracking chemicals found in drinking water

Patagonia tests the limits of sustainability

by Jeff Tyler Apr 2, 2015
The outdoor clothing company tries to limit the environmental problems its products contribute to.

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Dow: Time for an industry built by plastics to move on

by David Weinberg Dec 3, 2013
Dow Chemical says it’s shifting away from the commodity chemical market so much so that it may drop 'Chemical' from its name.

The cost of dismantling chemical weapons in Syria

by Kai Ryssdal Sep 11, 2013
It looks increasingly likely that Syria will surrender its chemical weapons. But that process isn't as simple as it seems.

Who provides Syria's poison gas?

by Stephen Beard Sep 3, 2013
A number of European nations provided Syria with the materials needed to make its poison gas. Many of these materials have innocent uses, however. Even so, rules about exports are stricter now though than previously.