In 2013, the U.S. Postal Service processed approximately 158.4 billion pieces of mail! Delivering this amount of mail takes effective organizational skills. For the U.S. Postal Service, the secret lies within the standardization of the postal code. The U.S. postal code system consists of a certain number of fields that […]

Last week in the State of the Union address, President Barack Obama reiterated his stance for international trade agreements, particularly the Trans-Pacific Partnership. This is a partnership agreement between twelve countries bordering the Pacific Ocean that would promote trade and investment among the partner countries. This is just the latest […]

Do you feel safe at work? Although some scientists in the chemical manufacturing industry would probably answer in the affirmative, the facts paint a different picture. According to statistics, approximately 5,300 injuries occurred within this industry in 2012. These injuries included sprains, strains, fractures, chemical inhalation, burns and many others. […]

When it comes to chemical regulations, the United States has some interesting dynamics. The overall rule of law regarding chemical regulations was dictated in 1976 when the U.S. Congress passed the Toxic Substance Control Act. However, critics of the law suggest that the regulation does not adequately address the present […]

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