Shell

Shell

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  • Propylene is the chemical compound propene, which is an organic substance. An alkene is a colorless gaseous hydrocarbon with both the chemical formula C3H6 that is colorless at room temperature and pressure. The propylene bond is covalent. Propene, like other alkenes, experiences similar combustion processes. Propene burns in the presence of enough or too much oxygen to produce carbon dioxide and water.
  • Propylene glycol is released into the environment as a result of the manufacturing and processing of waste streams, as well as the disposal of industrial and consumer products that contain this component.
  • For more than 50 years, Shell has been dumping hazardous chemicals and petroleum in the Nigerian delta. 70% of the rural population lacks access to safe drinking water, and gas flaring has been permitted in the area, resulting in air pollution and a significant loss of agricultural land.
  • Long term consequences could include contaminated and dangerous waters. Marine life dying, and most animal habitats are being destroyed.
  • To prevent a spill from reaching navigable waterways, establish processes and implement control measures as follows Working amounts should be kept to a minimum. Secondary protection should be provided for oil containers that could potentially spill into the environment.
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