Processors may soon have a replacement for BPA in food packaging since researchers at the University of Massachusetts Lowell identified a safer compound
Atesco Industrial Hygiene in B.C. now offers a new generation of brushware and anti-microbial cleaning tools from the U.K.
Environment Canada has announced that it is officially adding bisphenol A (BPA) to Canada’s toxic substance list. In a statement, Jim Prentice, minister of the Environment, said: “The Government of Canada has a strong record of taking action on BPA…
A new soy-oil based bio-resin being developed at the University of Guelph will create biodegradable “green composites” for use in the construction, automotive and furniture industries. Made from soybean by-products, the new bio-resin will be hardier, less expensive and more…
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