- Expensive Rules For 48 firms: $2.6 billion. // Time;3/26/1979, Vol. 113 Issue 13, p63
The article focuses on the environmental protection bureaucracy issue of Standard Oil Co. of Ohio (SOHIO) and its 2.6 billion-U.S.-dollar fine imposed by the federal government due to its environment-related violation in Long Beach, California. It mentions that the said company is part of the 48...
- Dow behind on 2005 targets. WALSH, KERRI // Chemical Week;12/16/1998, Vol. 160 Issue 48, p10
Reports on the failure of Dow Chemical Co. to meet the environment, health and safety (EHS) performance in 1998. Emission reduction goal of the company by 2005; How Dow will remedy the shortfalls.
- Want to impress Wall Street? Show them the plant. Plishner, Emily S. // Chemical Week;7/6/1994, Vol. 155 Issue 1, p98
Reports on the plant visit by chemical stock analysts and investors at Dow Chemical's complex in Freeport, Texas which convinced them of the significance of the company's environmental investments. Water-treatment facility; On-site landfill; Docking unit; Emergency control center.
- DOW LAUNCHES ENERGY EFFICIENCY DRIVE IN RUSSIA. // Urethanes Technology International;Aug/Sep2013, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p12
The article reports on a programmed launched by chemical company Dow Chemical Co. that aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in Russia.
- Dow Chemical. Kirschner, Elisabeth // Chemical Week;7/7/1993, Vol. 153 Issue 1, p86
Features Dow Chemical's role in the Responsible Care initiative. Verification and validation of progress in Responsible Care; Assessment of site's communitiy awareness and emergency response capabilities; Plant for outreach programs and employee ambassador training program; Assessment of...
- Product stewardship. Tattum, Lyn // Chemical Week;7/7/1993, Vol. 153 Issue 1, p125
Explains product stewardship as an old practice. Dow Chemical Co.'s product stewardship practice since the early 1970s; Diference on the voluntary charters between the producers and the distributors; Prevention of injury to human health and damage to the environment; Continuous process of risk...
- On Earth Day, Bhopal Activists Protest Dow. // India -- West;5/28/2010, Vol. 35 Issue 27, pA42
The article reports that supporters from several organizations including International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal, India have protested at the Dow Live Earth Run in Oakland, California on April 18, 2010 to require Dow Chemical Co. to admit its noxious environmental record and denounce its...
- ACTIVISM. Franz, Neil // Chemical Week;12/5/2001, Vol. 163 Issue 45, p10
Reports that the Greenpeace organization is launching an environmental campaign demanding that Dow Chemical Co. assume responsibility for the 1984 release of methyl isocyanate at a Union Carbide plant in Bhopal, India and pay additional compensation. Estimated number of those who were killed...
- Making pollution prevention pay. Miller, William H. // Industry Week/IW;5/20/96, Vol. 245 Issue 10, p136-L
Focuses on the tough environmental goals set by Dow Chemical. Amount committed by the company to meet the goals; Important aspects of the proactive pollution-prevention program; Specific global reductions figures; Call on companies to align their environmental strategies with their business...