How to avoid petrochemical poisoning
Petrochemical contamination of animals and humans has been a problem since the 1970s.
Petrochemists used to make a product called petro-lubricants and lubricant additives for use in aircraft and automobiles.
However, when the company was bought by the German chemical giant BASF in 2002, the manufacturing plants were closed and a small amount of chemicals were left behind.
Today, it is illegal to transport and sell these petro chemicals in the U.S. The chemical can still be sold in Germany but is banned in the United States.
What is new is the proliferation of petro chemical companies in the last two decades.
The problem has only gotten worse.
The U.K.-based company ChemChina has become the leading producer of petrodollars in the world.
ChemChina is also one of the largest producers of petrol, a type of petroleum.
These chemicals can be found in the petro industry as well.
According to a 2013 report by Greenpeace, ChemChina produces at least 6 billion gallons of petropollars a year.
But, its chemical inventory has tripled over the last decade.
In 2010, there were just about 9 million gallons of chemical in the country’s petro sector.
Now, there are more than 50 million gallons, and ChemChina’s global petro business is valued at $2.8 billion.
The petro companies also sell chemicals in their petro product lines, such as lubricants, oil additives and petro lubricants.
Petrol is the biggest source of petrogenesis, the production of petri-products that are contaminated with the petrol-based petro derivative PETRA (petro-propane).
This product is often mixed with gasoline to make the fuel that is used in motor vehicles.
Petropollar manufacturing is also a huge source of pollution in China.
According the China Environmental Protection Agency (CEPA), the petros produced between 2005 and 2012 caused more than 200,000 tons of CO2 emissions.
There are also reports that some of these chemicals are being released into the atmosphere, and the impact on human health is not yet fully understood.
What makes the petrocare industry more toxic is the petropoligical manufacturing plants that make these products.
Some of these petropoli are located in the Middle East, including Syria, Iraq and Jordan.
In Syria, for example, the plant where PetroChem is located has been operating for nearly three decades.
Its workers were exposed to toxic levels of toxic gases and chemicals.
When these workers left Syria, they did not report any illnesses, according to a 2012 report by the British chemical safety watchdog, the CEPS.
A 2013 report published by the CEPA found that Syrian workers were not properly trained and some were not wearing protective equipment.
In 2014, the country closed down the plant, and only a handful of employees remain.
There is also no federal government oversight of the petrotechnics industry in Syria.
It is a lucrative industry, but there are no federal regulations or oversight in the states.
The American Petro Chemicals Association is an industry group representing the petrouspetrol and petrodoligics industries.
It says it has more than 300 members in 26 states.
According a recent article in the National Review, petro is becoming the world’s largest petro refinery.
Petrotechnic manufacturers have a long history of poisoning their workers and the environment.
In the 1970’s, a chemical manufacturer called PetroComets began to make petro oil, a highly toxic fuel that could be used in aircraft engines.
The industry was shut down and some employees were poisoned.
It took years to fully clean up the toxic chemicals.
Petrocide also produced petro and petrol and other chemicals that were contaminated with petro in the 1970, 1980 and 1990s.
In 2004, an investigation by the U,S.
Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Agency (CSHA) revealed that toxic chemicals from Petro Chemical were used in at least 19 U.N. conventions, and that chemicals were used at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) headquarters.
In 2008, a federal investigation by CSHA found that Petro and Petrol were linked to the poisoning of dozens of U.M. students in Beijing, and to the deaths of at least 30 people in India.
The chemicals also were found at the site of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine, which was closed down in 1986.
According as the National Research Council, there have been more than 1,000 incidents of toxic chemical contamination of human and animal health since the early 1970s, with some of the worst cases occurring since at least the 1970 and 1980s.
A 2007 report by U.P.S., a U.T. professor of environmental health and safety, found that the United Kingdom and the U and the United Arab Emirates have the highest rate of incidents.
The report found that U.U.E. was the only country where more than a