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LANXESS acquires Brazilian biocide manufacturer

03-Dec-2019

Specialty chemicals company LANXESS has acquired Itibanyl Produtos Especiais Ltda. (IPEL). The family-run company with headquarters in Jarinu, São Paulo, is one of Brazil’s leading biocide manufacturers and generated sales in the lower double-digit million euro range in 2018. Both companies ...

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Vink Chemicals increases production capacity

Biocide producer takes over company and production site in southern Germany

16-Aug-2019

Vink Chemicals GmbH & Co. KG recently acquired ISP Biochema Schwaben GmbH in Memmingen (Bavaria). This addition will broaden the production capacity next to the already existing production site in northern Germany. Vink Chemicals generates around 95 percent of its sales from the production and ...

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Versatile Protection: Ceresana Analyzes the Global Market for Biocides

08-Dec-2017

Biocides protect industrial and consumer goods but also water from damages caused by viruses, bacteria, algae, or other undesired organisms. Ceresana analyzed the global market for chemicals for disinfection, material protection, preservation, and pest control already for the second time. “They ...

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Lanxess appoints Krahn Chemie as its distributor for biocidal products in Germany and Benelux

31-Aug-2017

With immediate effect, the Krahn Chemie Group will be distributing the biocides and preservatives of the Lanxess specialty chemicals company in Germany and Benelux. Core applications of these products are in industrial protection and disinfection. The products, which are mainly known under the ...

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Citizens and experts to get more information on nanomaterials

08-Dec-2016

Better access to relevant and understandable information about nanomaterials both for European citizens and experts. That is the main goal of an agreement signed between ECHA and the Commission on the European Union Observatory for Nanomaterials. The signing of the delegation agreement marks the ...

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Sweet technique finds cause of sour oil and gas

Rice University engineers develop method to ID cause of sour hydrocarbons in wells

07-Apr-2016

In at least one -- and probably many -- oil and gas drilling operations, the use of biocides to prevent the souring of hydrocarbons wastes money and creates an unnecessary environmental burden, according to researchers at Rice University. The Rice lab of environmental engineer Pedro Alvarez ...

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Metalor has signed a distribution agreement with Tarn-Pure Ag Ltd. to supply silver

In conformation with BPR 528, sales of biocidal silver products achieved

08-Dec-2015

By signing a distribution agreement with Tarn-Pure Metalor can now offer silver for biocidal applications conformed to the EU Biocidal Products Regulation (BPR) 528 through all its subsidiaries in Europe. This partnership allows all the users of silver as a biocide to comply with the new ...

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The first two applications for Union authorisation of biocidal products have recently been submitted to ECHA

24-Jul-2015

The first two applications for Union authorisation are for biocidal product families containing the active substance iodine. The products are used as disinfectants for veterinary hygiene purposes (biocidal product type 3). The ability for companies to apply for Union authorisation for their ...

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The risk potential of hormonally active substances is to be comprehensively characterised

BfR proposes further EU criteria to identify endocrine disruptors

13-Jul-2015

On the occasion of the EU Conference "Endocrine disruptors:criteriaforidentificationand relatedimpacts" held in Brussels on 1 June 2015, the Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) presented an extended proposal for the identification of endocrine disruptors. This identification is to be ...

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Fracking fluid chemicals uncovered, helping test for contamination

Science needs to catch up with the public awareness, say researchers

10-Apr-2015

The organic chemicals in fracking fluid have been uncovered in two new studies, providing a basis for water contamination testing and future regulation. The research, published in Trends in Environmental Analytical Chemistry and Science of the Total Environment, reveals that fracking fluid ...

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