Chemicals

Polluting pfas factory Chemours did not pay profit tax thanks to ‘cynical construction’

US chemicals multinational Chemours in Dordrecht (the Netherlands) makes hundreds of millions in profits and is polluting the environment with toxic substances at the same ...
Chemicals

How a university assists the agricultural lobby in approving pesticides

The agrochemical industry is using Wageningen University in agriculture to set its own rules for the approval of pesticides and genetic technology. This is done ...
Chemicals

Chemours’ Pfas verdict is a warning to all polluting companies

In a historic ruling, the court ruled that Chemours is liable for pollution damage in Dordrecht. This seems to open the way to millions of ...
Chemicals

The hidden pfas problem that no one is addressing

Massive amounts of “ultra short” pfas are everywhere: in the environment, in drinking water and even in beer. These potentially dangerous substances have remained under ...