Fonds S582 - APT Environment collection

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CA ON00362 S582

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APT Environment collection

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  • 1941-2011 (Creation)

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Fonds

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10.56 m of textual records
8 CD-ROM

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APT Environment is an environmental organization in Elmira, Ontario, that is interested in the Chemtura Canada Company, formerly Uniroyal Chemical and Crompton Company. Since 1941 the plant has undergone various name and ownership changes. From 1966-2000 the plant operated as Uniroyal Chemical, from 2000-2006 as Crompton Company, and on July 1, 2006 formally changed its name to Chemtura Canada Company.

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The fonds was acquired from APT Environment in 2004.

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The collection consists of material related to environmental issues in the Elmira area, largely compiled by APT Environment, a watchdog of Uniroyal Chemical (now Chemtura Canada Company). Fonds is comprised of the following series: Uniroyal historical, background information; Newspaper clippings; Environmental organizations; Public meetings, Open house;s Uniroyal reports; Uniroyal Public Advisory Committee (UPAC)/Crompton Public Advisory Committee/Chemtura Public Advisory Committee (CPAC); Other chemical companies; Environmental Appeal Board Region of Waterloo; Government of Ontario; Research publications, papers, articles, theses; Chemicals - articles, information; Water; Fires

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