- LANXESS awarded Merit Certificate at Global CSR Summit Awards 2009 Ceremony. // Chemical Business;Feb2009, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p80
The article announces that specialty chemicals group LANXESS AG has receievd a Merit Certificate at the Global CSR Summit Awards 2009.
- ICIS names LANXESS Company of the Year. // Chemical Business;Oct2009, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p69
The article announces the selection of German specialty chemical company LANXESS as Company of the Year for 2009 by "ICIS Chemical Business" magazine.
- And Now, Mercury. Zwerdling, Daniel // New Republic;8/1/70, Vol. 163 Issue 5, p17
Discusses the magnitude of the mercury pollution crisis in the United States. Discovery of lethal doses of mercury in Lake St. Clair fishes; States that decided to shut their lakes and rivers to fishing; Estimated volume of poisonous mercury sludge being dump by chemical manufacturers annually;...
- Lanxess Builds Plastics Facilities in India. Ramesh, Deepth // Chemical Week;6/21/2010, Vol. 172 Issue 15, p16
The article reports on the plan of specialty chemical manufacturer Lanxess to invest over 10 million euros to construct compounding facilities with an initial combined capacity of 20,000 million tons per year to produce Durethan and Pocan engineering plastics at its site in Jhagadia, India.
- Featured article Quiz #3: "Manganese in Madison's Drinking Water" // Journal of Environmental Health;Dec2008, Vol. 71 Issue 5, p43
A quiz about the environmental health effects associated with manganese in drinking water supplies is presented.
- Road salt pollutes Ohio drinking water. // Roads & Bridges;Jan2011, Vol. 49 Issue 1, p16
The article reports on the statement issued by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), that drinking water in towns across the state has been polluted with runoff from road salt piles used to melt snow and ice.
- Watery debate. Gust, Steve // Waste News;05/08/2000, Vol. 5 Issue 51, p19
Reports that residents of Greensboro, North Carolina, are concerned that the closed Wiley Davis landfill may contaminate their drinking water as of May 8, 2000. State and local health officials' failure to ease the residents' contamination fear.
- Salt problem for frackers. Marshall, Michael // New Scientist;7/14/2012, Vol. 215 Issue 2873, p4
The article cites a 2012 report in the journal "Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences" regarding research by Avner Vengosh of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, investigating whether hydraulic fracturing (fracking) contaminates drinking water.
- Eau de Concern. // Chemical Week;9/6/2000, Vol. 162 Issue 33, p32
Reports on the detection of high pesticide levels in the drinking water of France by the country's agriculture and environment ministries. Manufacturer of the pesticide detected.