A new paint from Sherwin-Williams boasts the ability to kill bacteria within two hours of contact with the painted surface. It is the first EPA-registered microbicidal paint that continuously kills bacteria for up to four years after application. Paint Shield offers customers an important new tool to help prevent the spread of bacteria that can cause
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When chemical companies hired Grant Gillham in 2007 to manage a campaign in defense of flame retardants in couches and other consumer goods, Gillham recalled being "assured that the scientific information they had supporting the #Safety and effectiveness of their products was valid."
The companies' claim turned out to be a "big lie," Gillham, a #Corporate affairs consultant who has also worked for the tobacco industry, told The Huffington Post.
SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Paint companies have been ordered to pay $1.1 billion to 10 California #Cities and counties so that lead can be safely removed from millions of older homes.
Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge James Kleinberg found that Conagra Grocery Products Co., NL Industries Inc. and the Sherwin-Williams Co. marketed paint they knew was harmful to children. Atlantic Richfield Co. and DuPont Co. were found not liable. The #Industry has faced similar lawsuits across the ...
PSD Rules Rescinded In Part Recent court decisions rescind portions of EPA Clean Air Act rules governing Prevention of Serious Deterioration (PSD) and #Renewable fuels. For example, in October 2010, EPA adopted rules allowing for significant #Impact levels (SILs) and significant monitoring concentrations (SMCs) for sources of PM-2.5. However, in January of this year the D.C. Circuit upheld most elements of the 2012 standards, but vacated and remanded provisions establishing and applying ...