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Union Carbide by 1995 will reduce by at least 50% emissions and off-site transfers of the 17 chemicals targeted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the company said in a statement. Also, Union Carbide Chemicals and Plastics is consolidating four electronic materials and equipment businesses into a wholly-owned subsidiary, Specialty Coating Systems. The businesses, part of UCC&P's Specialty Chemical Division's Organic Coating Systems, include two business units, Coating Materials Department and Photocure Systems, and two wholly-owned subsidiaries, Nova Tran and Integrated Technologies. The consolidation is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter. Specialty Coating Systems will be headquartered in Indianapolis, IN, and will offer, worldwide, the full line of products and services previously marketed independently by the four businesses. These businesses have manufacturing and service facilities in Indianapolis and Castleton, IN; Clear Lake, WI; Ontario, CA; Amherst, NH; and Acushnet, MA. As a result of the consolidation, the Acushnet operations will be merged with those in Indianapolis.
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Title Annotation:will reduce emissions of targeted chemicals
Publication:Rubber World
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Date:Jun 1, 1991
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