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LAS VEGAS, July 21 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- American Pacific Corporation (Nasdaq: APFC) announced today that its wholly-owned subsidiary Ampac Fine Chemicals LLC (AFC) has received recognition from the Department of Toxic Substances Control of California (DTSC) and the Chemical Industry Council of California (CICC) Pollution Prevention Challenge Program for the "implementation of streamlined sustainable cleaning activities in its chemical manufacturing process." Dr.
LAS VEGAS, March 2 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- American Pacific Corporation (Nasdaq: APFC) is pleased to announce that its wholly-owned subsidiary AMPAC Fine Chemicals LLC (AFC) received the California Pollution Prevention Challenge Award from the Department of Toxic Substances Control of California (DTSC) and the Chemical Industry Council of California (CICC).
Taking an innovative approach to involving the public, Cal/EPAâ€™s Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) is launching a â€œwikiâ€ to gather comment on how to build Californiaâ€™s Green Chemistry regulations.
Orange County, Calif.-based developers LNR Property Corporation's Commercial Property Group and Hopkins Real Estate Group today celebrated the groundbreaking for The Boulevards at South Bay, an $850 million mixed-use retail and residential project on a former landfill site in Carson, Calif.
California to implement comprehensive green chemistry program LOS ANGELES, Sept. 29 (Xinhua) -- California reached another environmental milestone on Monday, with Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger's signing of two groundbreaking bills implementing the first-in-the-nation green chemistry program.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 29 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger today signed landmark green chemistry legislation into law, drawing praise from a member of the Green Chemistry Initiative Science Advisory Panel, Environmental Defense Fund Senior Scientist Richard A.
By Kristin S. Agostoni Before school started last week at Towers Elementary in Torrance, a crew hired by the city of Redondo Beach convened for a campus cleanup. With sweepers, vacuums and metal detectors, workers spread out in search of tiny lead fragments on walkways and rooftops.