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Mexican paint contains toxin that harms child development
MEXICO CITY, Dec. 8 (Xinhua) -- A 10-nation study indicated paint used in Mexican homes typically has nearly 52,000 parts per million (ppm) of lead, a chemical which endangers children's development, said a research group at a Tuesday press conference.

"European countries began banning lead in the 1920s, while Mexico continues to produce lead paint even when there are alternatives," said Fernando Bejarano, director of the Centre for Analysis and Action on Toxics and their Alternatives (CAATA).

"Lead poisoning should be taken seriously because it threatens child development and health," said Jorge Arturo de Leon, a medical doctor and professor at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, who led the Mexican part of the study.

The other nine nations studied are Sri Lanka, Thailand, the Philippines, Tanzania, South Africa, Nigeria, Senegal, Brazil and Belarus. <more>

Gulf States Toyota Goes ‘green’ with PPG Paint
NewswireToday - /newswire/ - Strongsville, OH, United States, 11/02/2009 - Gulf States Toyota (GST), an independent distributor of Toyota vehicles, has chosen Envirobase High Performance waterborne basecoat by PPG Industries (NYSE: PPG) for its vehicle processing center.
GST distributes Toyota and Scion brand cars, trucks and sport utility vehicles to 154 dealerships in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma and Texas. The processing center, located in Houston, is the company’s key facility for a range of vehicle services such as body and paint repair, equipment upgrades, special paint applications and accessory installation. <more>

Sherwin-Williams to Reduce Emissions
The Sherwin-Williams Company has pledged to reduce its total U.S. greenhouse gas emissions by 4 percent as a partner in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Climate Leaders program <more>

ASTM Proposes New Standard for Non-Destructive Lead Paint Testing
WASHINGTON, DC - ASTM International Committee F40 on Declarable Substances in Materials has announced a new proposed Standard Test Method for Determination of Lead in Paint Layers and Similar Coatings or in Substrates and Homogenous Materials by Energy Dispersive X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry Using Multiple Monochromatic Excitation Beams.

No existing standard test method is in place for the non-destructive determination of lead in both paint layers on substrates and homogenous materials. With increased regulations, toy manufacturers and regulators are motivated to expand the range of analytical solutions available.

The precision of this proposed test method is based on an inter-laboratory study (ILS) conducted in 2009. Nine laboratories analyzed 13 homogenous and 21 paint-layers-on-substrate samples to estimate method precision.

DuPont Accused of Massive Water Pollution
COLUMBUS, Ohio (CN) - DuPont has been covering up and refusing to take responsibility for its toxic pollution of the Ohio River for a quarter of a century, and the poisons it uses to make Teflon stay in the environment for 2,000 years, a nonprofit water association claims in Federal Court.
The Little Hocking Water Association says that air and water emissions of perflourinated compounds from DuPont's Washington Works Plant have been polluting its wellfields since 1984.
These chemicals, which DuPont uses to make Teflon products, stay in the environment for up to 2,000 years, and accumulate in the tissue of living things, causing developmental and immunological problems, the water group says.
It claims at least four wells on 45 acres along the Ohio River were polluted by DuPont's disposal of hazardous waste in landfills, injection wells and burn pits.
The water association claims that DuPont hid the threats of perfluorooctanoic acid, or PFOA, despite knowing of its risks - including the birth of deformed babies to its employees in 1981.
DuPont allegedly acknowledged the contamination by buying out one local water supplier, but refused to extend such an offer to Little Hocking. DuPont for many years also refused to allow the single laboratory with the ability to test for such substances to do so, the group says.

Higher cancer rates found near site
Higher rates of cancer occur in a Pompton Lakes neighborhood polluted by runoff from an E.I. DuPont Co. explosives manufacturing plant that operated in the Passaic County borough for more than a century, state health officials said yesterday.
The statistical analysis report, however, stopped short of directly linking the cancer to the DuPont pollution.

The report, released by the Department of Health and Senior Services, found "significantly elevated" rates of kidney cancer in women and non-Hodgkins lymphoma in men, according to a letter mailed to 450 households believed to have been impacted by the pollution.

"The fact that rates for the two cancers were not elevated for both men and women means no conclusive link could be established between the cancers and the groundwater contaminants," the letter said. "However, the contaminants cannot be ruled out as a potential cause of the elevated rates. Other risk factors, such as tobacco use or occupational exposures, could explain the elevations."

Pompton Lakes Mayor Mayor Kathleen Cole, who requested the state investigate the target area, said she was disappointed the results aren't conclusive.

"That's the hard part, where it talks about inconsistencies," Cole said. "They throw it out there, but don't give us a yes or no."

The report did say cancer is associated with the type of vapor emananating from tainted soil and groundwater in the target area. The water was supposed to have been cleaned nearly 20 years ago, but the study said mitigation was inadequate, allowing vapor to seep into homes.

The cancer information was included with a notice to residents urging them to install "vapor mitigation systems" to remove gases that may contaminate their indoor air. The health department said DuPont must install the vapor systems for free under a remediation plan with the state Department of Environmental Protection, and that 80 percent of the 450 homes have already made installation arrangements.

DuPont officials, who spent tens of millions of dollars on clean-up, fines, remediation and settlement claims, had no comment on the report.<more>








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Dow Announces Divestiture of its Powder Coatings Business to Akzo Nobel N.V.
The Dow Chemical Company (NYSE: DOW) announced lately that it has signed an agreement to sell its Powder Coatings Business to Akzo Nobel N.V. (AKZA: NA), a leading producer of paints and coatings, based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

The transaction is expected to close within the second quarter of 2010, subject to customary closing conditions, including regulatory approvals.

Dow will use the proceeds from the transaction to reduce debt, consistent with Dow's de-leveraging plan.

"The sale of this business further accelerates Dow's de-leveraging plan, and will contribute to Dow's ability to achieve its financial targets ahead of schedule," said Andrew N. Liveris, Dow chairman and chief executive officer. "In addition, this divestiture is part of our ongoing process to sell non-core assets, and we are now on target to yield more than $3.5 billion of gross proceeds from these activities. We will continue our practice of active portfolio management to improve profitability and focus resources on higher growth, higher margin opportunities." <more>

Nordson CEO To Retire, Names Successor - Update
(RTTNews) - Precision dispensing equipment maker Nordson Corporation (NDSN: News ) Monday said it has appointed Michael Hilton as new president and chief executive officer, effective January 16, succeeding retiring president and CEO Edward Campbell. The company said Hilton will also join its board of directors.

Most recently, Hilton has served as senior vice president and general manager for industrial gases and equipment supplier Air Products and Chemicals Inc. (APD: News ) with specific responsibility for leading its global Electronics and Performance Materials segment. He joined Air Products in 1976 as a participant in its development program.

Westlake, Ohio-based Nordson said Campbell will continue to serve as chairman of the board until February 16, at which time he will be succeeded by current its director Joseph Keithley.

Keithley is currently working as chairman, president and CEO Keithley Instruments, Inc. (KEI), and has been a director of Nordson since July 2001.

Bangalore powder coating association,

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The BPCWA was registered on 5th April 2005 with Registration No.15/2005-06 with the support of just a handful of 11 enthusiastic members to address all the common problems faced by the Powder Coaters on one common platform like Technical Know-how and Assistance, establish the common effluent treatment plant (CETP), testing laboratory etc. The Association has over the years grown in strength and stature and transformed itself from a grievance redressal body to that of a facilitator for promotion and growth. BPCWA has successfully completed 4 years and has carved a prominent place for itself in the map of Industry Associations in the country and is well recognized by the State Government and the Central Government. It has a total of 106 members

Asian Paints sells stake in Thai unit

Asian Paints Ltd said on Wednesday its Singapore unit, Berger International Ltd, has signed an agreement to sell 2.56 million shares in Berger Paints (Thailand) Ltd for 14 million Thai Baht ($0.42 million).

The transaction will be done in cash, the company said in a statement to the Bombay Stock Exchange.

Ahead of the announcement, shares ended up 0.3 percent at 1,770 rupees in a firm Mumbai market.

($1 = 33.33 Thai Baht) <more>

Powder coatings: recovering markets and promising technology approaches

Recovery of the powder coatings market is expected to be slow in Europe, due to a market drop of 25-30 %. However, there are segments which are to grow ahead of liquid paints, as the environmental advantage of powder coatings could lead to increased substitution of less eco-friendly coating systems. The broadcast on powder coatings, which is presented by Plas mec S.r.l., shows which markets have the most positive outlook and which regions will take longer to recover. Additionally, interesting approaches to improve powder coatings systems, followed by researchers of Eindhoven Technical University, are mentioned as well.

Russian Paint Industry
A study on the Russian Paint Industry points to Russia having a decorative paint market of 800,000 tons and an industrial coatings market of 510,000 tons. Future growth in the decorative sector will arise from general economic development and spending power. The industrial coatings sector will be busy recouping lost ground from 2009, which has hit the automotive and powder coatings sectors in particular.

Environmental awareness is one of the key drivers in the Russian decorative paint market, even in the absence of Russian legislation in this regard. There is a rising awareness in Russia of environmental, health and lifestyle factors. This awareness is contributing to an upsurge in the market for low-VOC paints. Throughout 2009, there has been more emphasis on low-quality paint and coatings, including the emergence of a super-economy sub-segment, which is likely to disappear as the decorative market picks up again from 2010 onward. The Russian decorative paint market divides fairly evenly between DIY and professional applications, which will be driven by a return to the middle market in the future.

One of the key long-term drivers for the Russian coatings market will be the arrival of the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, in 2014. Construction and protective coatings demand associated with the structures for this event will be a strong point for the paint industry. However, industrial coatings segments associated with OEM applications are the parts of the market that have been hit hardest. To this end, the coming years are likely to witness regrowth in the automotive OEM and powder coatings sectors, which have been hit hard by a fall in consumer demand and hence production in their end-use markets.

Its  forecasts that the total Russian paint market should rise from a total of 1,310,000 tons in 2009 to 1,687,000 tons in 2014. It is the OEM-based segments that will represent the best growth opportunities as consumer spending starts to rise again.

Blackwell’s Buys Dry Ice Blasting Co.
Blackwell’s Inc. has announced that it recently purchased the dry ice blasting company, CO2LD TECH, of Ontario, California. Blackwell’s is based in LaGrange, GA.

Dry ice blasting, also known as CO2 or cryogenic blasting, uses super-cold (-109.3 F) carbon dioxide pellets for rapid and effective cleaning, surface preparation, and paint removal in industrial facilities. Blackwell will use the newly acquired, self-contained, mobile CO2 blasting unit in industrial facilities within a 500-mile radius of LaGrange <more>

Industrial Nanotech Receives Shipping Container Order from New Distributor in India
Industrial Nanotech, Inc., has received an initial inventory order from Angstrom Technology Private Limited, the company's exclusive distributor for India, for one sea container (1,440 gallons) of mixed Nansulate thermal insulation and asset protection coating products, which has a retail value of approximately $122,000. Nansulate is the company's patented product line of specialty coatings containing a nanotechnology-based material and which provide the combined performance qualities of thermal insulation, corrosion prevention, resistance to mold growth, fire resistance, chemical resistance and lead encapsulation in an environmentally safe, water-based, coating formulation. The Nansulate product line includes industrial, residential, agricultural and solar thermal insulation coatings. "Angstrom Technology has a strong sales team and a solid plan in place for marketing Nansulate coatings in India," said Francesca Crolley, VP of business development for Industrial Nanotech. "This initial order is in accordance with their multi-pronged sales approach for the country which includes institutional sales, retail sales, sales through a network of trained applicators, e-commerce and other initiatives." <more>

NPCA/FSCT to Adopt a New Name: American Coatings Association

On Jan. 1, 2010, the National Paint and Coatings Association (NPCA/FSCT) will change its name to the American Coatings Association (ACA). The change marks the culmination of the merger between the National Paint and Coatings Association and the Federation of Societies for Coatings Technology, which was approved in 2008 and finalized in 2009.

The NPCA/FSCT Board of Directors approved the identity change in October, after a small task force of Board members and staff developed the proposal. In addition to the new name, the organization has also adopted a new logo, reminiscent of the color wheel. The image is intended to evoke the organization's combined mission and bring to mind the science involved in manufacturing, research and development of the industry's products, as well as the products themselves.

According to NPCA/FSCT President Andy Doyle, "By adopting the name, American Coatings Association, we will retire the two historically distinct identities associated with NPCA and FSCT. As the American Coatings Association, we will move forward in the future as one united organization capable of serving all members of our industry while continuing our commitment to environmental protection, product stewardship, and science and technology."<more>

AkzoNobel Science Award launched in China
AkzoNobel has today reinforced its commitment to encouraging sustainable growth through technical innovation by launching its acclaimed Science Award in China.

Established in partnership with the Chinese Chemical Society, the honor – to be known as the AkzoNobel Chemical Sciences Award – will be granted to three distinguished scientists every two years.

Originally set up in 1970 to recognize groundbreaking interdisciplinary research and outstanding scientific contributions, the current AkzoNobel Science Award is presented annually and alternates between Sweden and the Netherlands.

“This award not only represents an important part of our heritage, but also indicates that we share the same goal of encouraging pioneering scientific research in China with our partner, the Chinese Chemical Society,” explained AkzoNobel Board member Leif Darner, who officially launched the new award today in Shanghai.

“Establishing this award in China reflects our growth ambitions and underlines the strategic importance of China in the company’s blueprint for growth. It demonstrates the company’s strong support and encouragement of excellence in the underpinning sciences upon which our innovations depend, and is a great example of putting our promise of delivering Tomorrow’s Answers Today into practice through scientific advancement and innovation in China.” <more>

Roof Coatings Help Keep NASA Rocket Cool
NASA sends Camarillo firm's products skyrocketing

A small Camarillo company whose chemical-compound coatings protect buildings from the elements recently watched two of its products launched toward space on a rocket designed to return astronauts to the moon.

National Coatings Corp. produces products formulated to protect roofs and walls from leaks, heat and corrosive ocean-air damage. But on Oct. 28, company officials cheered as its AcryShield and RustShield coatings helped safeguard sensitive components aboard the Ares I-X spacecraft on its successful first test launch.

“They wanted to try it, so they bought enough product to complete the project. It’s been great for us,” said National Coatings President Matt Kolb. “Financially, this was not really significant for us. This is more of a ‘Gee, we were able to pull this off.’ So this is another feather in National Coatings’ cap. We can claim to be the technological leaders in our industry.”

NASA officials chose RustShield and AcryShield for the Ares I-X rocket last year after deciding it was the best of several recommended by the Cool Roof Rating Council, an arm of the Department of Energy that independently tests and then rates what Kolb called the radiative properties of roofing materials. He said NASA decided the National Coatings products would best protect the Ares rocket’s guidance control systems and other sensitive electronics from the Florida sun’s intense heat and corrosive sea-air environment as it waited on the Cape Canaveral launchpad.

NASA ordered the two coatings to be applied to Ares’ powerful first-phase rocket that hurls the spacecraft into space and then falls back to earth shortly after launch, Kolb said. RustShield was used as a primer coat of paint, with the highly reflective AcryShield as a second coat. AcryShield reflects 92 percent of heat hitting the rocket, he added. RustShield was developed more than 10 years ago, while AcryShield was launched in 2005.

Ares I-X is the prototype of the Ares spacecraft series that is expected to replace the 30-year-old space shuttle in a few years. NASA officials also plan to use Ares to return astronauts to the moon and perhaps to Mars by 2020. Those plans could be delayed, however, because the Obama administration is concerned about the projected cost, estimated to range from $250 billion to $1 trillion.

Kolb said he expects NASA to use National Coatings products on future space flights, but emphasized that the space agency is not committed to do so. The products used on the Oct. 28 flight were purchased after testing some time ago, and his company was told six to nine months ahead of time that they would be used for the first flight.

Ashley Edwards, a NASA spokeswoman in Washington, D.C., said there are hundreds of contractors and suppliers for the Ares project, and she did not know National Coatings’ status.

“We use a lot of companies,” she said. “When we use a prime contractor, they’ll subcontract, too. We don’t necessarily have a good number on the total contractors used.”

Started in 1981 in Camarillo, National Coatings Corp. is a privately held company with fewer than 50 employees, Kolb said. Founder Rick Sexauer of Camarillo is still active in the company. Kolb declined to discuss its annual revenues and sales.

The company supplies the construction industry with an array of weatherproofing materials for roofs and walls. It has six coating brands designed to give various building surfaces protection from water, heat, cold and corrosion along with increased energy conservation, Kolb said. He said a number of Fortune 500 companies’ buildings use National Coatings materials. The company won the Pacific Coast Business Times Spirit of Small Business Award in 2005.

“Fortunately, it’s not rocket science over here,” Kolb said. “That’s NASA’s business <more>

AMSTERDAM—Hans Wijers has an unusual background for someone running a major industrial company. He has been a minister for economic affairs in the Dutch government and a senior partner of Boston Consulting. That background enables him to take a strategic view of how the world's economies are moving and to direct his business accordingly.AkzoNobel, the paint-making giant he runs, is pinning its growth expectations firmly on emerging markets.

"What we see is that the two traditional dominant markets, the U.S. and European Union, have matured and stabilized and will become less dominant," Mr. Wijers said in an interview with The ...
AkzoNobel CEO Plans Investment in China, Other Emerging Markets AMSTERDAM—Hans Wijers has an unusual background for someone running a major industrial company. He has been a minister for economic affairs in the Dutch government and a senior partner of Boston Consulting. That background enables him to take a strategic view of how the world's economies are moving and to direct his business accordingly.AkzoNobel, the paint-making giant he runs, is pinning its growth expectations firmly on emerging markets.

"What we see is that the two traditional dominant markets, the U.S. and European Union, have matured and stabilized and will become less dominant," Mr. Wijers said in an interview with <more>

Factory worker receives £100,000 for permanent eye damage
A factory worker has received £100,000 in compensation after being left with permanent eye damage when a corrosive chemical dripped onto his face.

He has been left with reduced sight in his right eye following the accident in November 2005 at Ciba Speciality Chemicals Ltd in Low Moor. The company makes chemicals used in a number of products including water sterilizing treatments.

The accident happened when Sodium Hydroxide leaking from a broken pipe dripped onto his ey... (260 more words) <more>

Fire damage to cost more than $30,000 at Iowa chemical plant
FORT MADISON, Iowa (AP) — A fire in the basement of a Fort Madison chemical plant caused thousands of dollars in damage and the building was evacuated.

No one was injured in the fire at the DuPont plant on Thursday morning.

Investigators say the factory suffered about $30,000 to $40,000 in damage.

Employees first reported the fire in the basement and shipping area of the plant, which makes colorants and pigmented inks for digital printing systems.

Fort Madison Fire Chief Joey Herren says employees cutting metal for maintenance likely set fire to the wooden floor framing accidentally.<more>

Jotun Paints signs park agreement
MANAMA: Jotun Paints announced that it has supplied industry-leading decorative and protective paint products for Majid Al Futtaim's Wahooo Waterpark in Bahrain.

The park is located in Bahrain City Centre.

Jotun has signed an agreement to deliver interior and exterior paints and coatings with Sim Leisure, the main contractor and Hertal Global Bahrain, the appointed applicator for this project. <more>




  Seminar Events Exhibitions  

ASTM International Committee D01 on Paint and Related Coatings, Materials, and Applications Meeting
Dates: 17 January 2010 until 19 January 2010
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Paint and Related Coatings, Materials, and Applications Meeting
Dates: 17 January 2010 until 19 January 2010
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Surface Finishing Academy Hardcoat Anodizing Workshop
Dates: 25 January 2010 until 26 January 2010
Location: Phoenix, AZ

Surface Finishing Academy Anodizing Workshop
Dates: 25 January 2010 until 26 January 2010
Location: Phoenix, AZ

Advancements in Coatings Series (ACSeries) program, Coating the World of Concrete
Feb 1 2010
Location: Las Vegas, NV/USA
Contact: NPCA/FSCT Jennifer Majchrzak
Phone:610.940.0777 x4948 

World of Concrete
Feb 2-5 2010
Location: Las Vegas, NV/USA

PACE 2010
Dates: 07 February 2010 until 10 February 2010
Location: Phoenix, AZ


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