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 0 comment 0 Facebook Twitter Google + Pinterest admin previous post Simon Cowell: BGT judge nearly ‘paralysed’ in accident and faces ‘long road to recovery' next post Married At First Sight: David Pugh drenched in blood after he fought off machete burglars | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV Related Articles UK can be ‘Saudi Arabia of wind power’... September 24, 2020 Covid-19: What do scientists think of the PM’s... September 26, 2020 One Retailer’s Pandemic Survival Plan September 29, 2020 What’s the Deal With Google Now? September 24, 2020 Tracking Viral Misinformation Ahead of the 2020 Election October 16, 2020 No, Trump Did Not Hold the Bible Upside... September 18, 2020 John McAfee Arrested in Spain, and U.S. Seeks... October 6, 2020 New Treatment for Lou Gehrig’s Disease Shows Promise September 2, 2020 Hidden camera’s hugging tiger wins wildlife photo award October 13, 2020 F.D.A. ‘Grossly Misrepresented’ Blood Plasma Data, Scientists Say August 25, 2020 Leave a Comment Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.