EnvironmentScience & Tech Appalachian Town Must "Wait And Wait" As Pandemic Puts Plastics Plant On Hold written by admin October 17, 2020 For a decade, growing American gas production has fueled a petrochemical boom. There are big plans for more plants in Appalachia, but the pandemic — and an oversupply of plastics — may crush them. (Image credit: Reid Frazier/The Allegheny Front) Source link appalachianpandemicplantplastics 0 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest admin previous post Police disperse drinkers protesting against tier 2 rules in London | World news next post Silenced and shut down: Kashmir’s year of lockdown Related Articles The man who proved black holes weren't 'impossible' October 6, 2020 Coronavirus: Cummings attended meetings of key scientific group April 25, 2020 Fighting Climate Change, One Building At A Time... October 18, 2020 An Asteroid Just in Time for the 2020... August 23, 2020 Can Facebook Ever Stop the Drama? July 9, 2020 Their Businesses Went Virtual. Then Apple Wanted a... July 28, 2020 How to Make Smartphones Last Longer July 1, 2020 Europe, Overrun by Foreign Tech Giants, Wants to... February 19, 2020 Coronavirus: Oxford University vaccine trial paused after participant... September 9, 2020 Coronavirus: WHO rethinking how Covid-19 spreads in air July 8, 2020 Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.