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Hurricane Harvey damages petrochemical refineries, releasing thousands of pounds of airborne pollutants

News : The Rundown News Blog

ExxonMobil disclosed Tuesday that two refineries accidentally released 12,000 pounds of hazardous vapors after being damaged by Hurricane Harvey. But the disclosures represent just four of more than a dozen reports filed with the Te...

Houston refineries and plants leak thousands of tons of pollutants

Academics / General Science : This Could Be Big

Houston’s petrochemical industry has leaked more than 2,700 tons of extra air pollution in connection with Hurricane Harvey. Hurricane Harvey has resulted in Houston’s petrochemical industry leaking thousands of tons of pollutants, ...

Oil refineries are getting slammed by Harvey — and releasing dangerous pollutants

Business & Finance : Business Insider: Clusterstock

Tropical Storm Harvey may be on the move — but its after-effects are just beginning to be realized. In addition to slamming homes and hospitals, the storm struck the heart of Texas' refining industry, where roughly a third of Americ...

Hurricane Harvey damages refineries, releasing thousands of pounds of pollutants

Vehicles / Automotive Industry News : Autoblog

12,000 pounds of airborne chemicals were released after the storm caused ExxonMobil to shut down its facility in Baytown, TX. Continue reading Hurricane Harvey damages refineries, releasing thousands of pounds of pollutants Hurrican...

From Homes to Refineries, Finding Pollution and Loss in Harvey's Path

Issues & Causes / Climate Change : DeSmogBlog

When Harvey’s rain, for the most part, stopped falling on August 30, I started making my way from Louisiana to Texas to document the pollution inevitably left in the storm’s path. That day I got as far as Vidor, a small town in sout...

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