In the first quarter of 2018, the U.S. chemical industry emitted 5.4 million tons of toxic substances, a number that is on track to surpass the previous peak of 4.8 million tons in the fourth quarter of 2016, according to the Chemical Industry Organization.
The top five companies were all based in the chemical industry, accounting for nearly 20% of the total U.T.S.(chemical) emissions.
These five companies are:Monsanto: 2.7 million tons, or 9% of U. T.S.’s total toxic emissions in the quarterThe Dow Chemical Company: 1.8 billion tons, accounting the largest U. S. chemical company by market cap.
Chemical giant Dow Chemical is the largest publicly traded chemical company in the world.
The company manufactures and distributes chemicals for use in cosmetics, household products, industrial equipment and other products.
Dow Chemical’s chemicals are widely used in cosmetics and personal care products, including perfumes, body sprays, and body lotions.
In the fourth-quarter of 2018 the Dow Chemical Corporation was the world’s second-largest chemical company, behind only Exxon Mobil.
In addition to producing a broad range of chemicals for consumer products, Dow Chemical also sells chemicals to industries, including agricultural products, pharmaceuticals, and health care.
Dow Chemical’s use of chemicals has become a hot topic of debate, as the company has come under scrutiny for using pesticides on its crops, in the form of herbicides, in its chemical fertilizer, and in its products.
In addition, the company faces a growing number of lawsuits from farmers and environmental groups for its toxic use of herbicide-tolerant plants.
In 2017, Dow was named in a class-action lawsuit by nearly 60,000 farmers and land managers who allege that it violated their rights by using herbicide tolerant plants for farming purposes.
Dows use of pesticides is a growing issue in the United States, as a growing proportion of the country’s food supply is produced with pesticides.
According to a 2015 study by the Pew Charitable Trusts, the United State spent $12 billion in 2017 on herbicide use on food crops, which is nearly double the amount spent in 2008.
The Dow and Monsanto were the largest companies in the U, but they’re not alone in the toxic industries.
The chemical industry is the second-biggest in the nation, behind Exxon Mobil, according an analysis of the UT.s annual report by the American Chemical Society.
According to a 2016 report by The Chemical Industry Association, the top five chemical companies in terms of total toxic emission by sector are:Synthetic Rubber: 2,977,000 tons, which includes the chemicals that are used in the production of tires and the rubber on tires.
Monsignor James P. Brown Jr. Chemical: 2 million tons.
Pharmaceutical companies: 1,929,000.
Chemicals from the following are also in the top 5, but their contribution is not known:Amaranth: 8,000,000 pounds, or 5% of all toxic emissions.
Agricultural chemicals: 2% of total UT.’s toxic emissionsThe top 5 chemical companies are the ones that are often mentioned when the topic of chemical pollution is raised.
Companies like Monsanto, Dow, and Syngenta are often cited in the media as the big polluters, and the company that is responsible for the largest number of toxic emissions and for causing the most environmental harm.
These companies are often called “dirty polluters” because of their extensive use of chemical pesticides.
The companies also use toxic chemicals in their products.
However, many of these toxic companies are not the only ones in the business.
In fact, most of the toxic chemical industries don’t emit toxic chemicals at all.
Many of the chemical companies, however, use chemicals in the manufacturing of other products, like plastics, rubber, and paper.
The U.P.S., which represents the chemical manufacturers, is responsible both for the chemicals used in their chemicals and for the pollution of their waste and the resulting chemicals.
The U.O.S.-based U. P.
S, for example, is a global chemical manufacturing company that makes chemical products, as well as the chemicals for cosmetics and household products.
The chemicals it produces are used to make cosmetics, personal care, and industrial products.
In the fourth year of the year, the pollution that the UO.
causes is responsible in part for more than $20 billion in environmental damage.
A 2015 report by U.H.
S-based nonprofit group Global Witness estimated that toxic pollution caused by UO./UH-S.
amounted to between $20.4 billion and $50.8 to $200.9 billion annually in the third quarter of the 20th century.
The chemicals that these companies produce are often used to manufacture products for