A chemical industry industry chemical solution has become the new normal.
The latest example comes from Indonesia, where chemical industry workers are starting to experience symptoms that resemble poisoning after taking an industrial chemical that is used in cooking, cleaning and manufacturing.
In Indonesia, the toxic chemicals used to make industrial chemicals are often made in the same facilities as those used for chemical manufacturing, and the factories are owned by the same chemical industry suppliers.
The new chemical industry chemical is called mastic.
It is used as a paste in cooking.
It contains the same toxic ingredients as other industrial chemicals and can also be used in other products, including paint, plastics and other materials, according to a statement from the Indonesian Ministry of Environment and Forestry.
A toxic chemical is toxic enough to cause the death of a person, but the Indonesian government says the chemical is not considered dangerous enough to be used as part of everyday life, such as cooking.
Indonesia’s Ministry of Industry and Information says it is now a crime to use industrial chemical solutions in Indonesia, although the chemicals are not regulated.
The ministry has said that it will not be prosecuting anyone who uses the chemical.
Industry in Indonesia says it has been working to limit the spread of the toxic chemical for decades, and now the government is taking action.
This is just the latest example of the industry’s push to control the chemical industry.
Chemical industry suppliers have faced a wave of contamination from their factories, and it’s been difficult for people in the manufacturing and manufacturing supply chain to understand what is going on.
Recently, a company in the supply chain of a major chemical manufacturer in Indonesia received an email from a former employee who told him about a possible toxic spill.
Since then, the company has been testing its supply chain, looking for any signs of contamination.
While the factory is not in danger of spill, it has also been in contact with an environmental NGO that monitors chemicals used in industrial processes, said Bindu Gajah, the executive director of the NGO, Greenpeace Indonesia.
Gajah says she has heard from other workers who have been diagnosed with symptoms, including vomiting, fever, muscle pain, and respiratory distress.
The chemical industry in Indonesia is also using the same safety protocols as they do in other countries, such the United States and Japan, to ensure that workers do not become ill after taking industrial chemicals.
Companies are testing for possible chemical contamination from factories and supply chains, and they are working with local governments to identify those with the highest risks, according a statement by the Indonesian ministry of environment and forestry.
Environmental groups are urging the Indonesian authorities to adopt a new standard for manufacturing chemicals and to stop using them as part in everyday life.
The Indonesian government is encouraging the use of safer chemicals and making sure companies do not use industrial chemicals to make their products, according the statement.