The chemical brothers are not ‘friends’: The chemistry of friendship
The chemical brother, fisher chemical, has been implicated in the deaths of thousands of people worldwide since the mid-1970s.
The company’s chief executive, Joseph Fisher, has apologized to families of victims, saying he didn’t think the company had done enough to protect its customers.
But his brother and co-founder, John Wiley and Sons, has claimed that the company failed to do enough to prevent toxic chemicals from getting into the water supply.
Wiley has not said why the company did not test its water supply before it shipped it out of the U.S. for distribution to consumers.
Fisher is a former executive at Dow Chemical, which has been a target of several lawsuits.
He has said that his company has a “zero tolerance” policy on toxic chemicals.
But the company’s biggest competitor, DuPont, has had to pay $50 million to settle lawsuits alleging it failed to take adequate steps to stop dangerous chemicals from being dumped into its wastewater.
The settlement came in November after DuPont admitted to dumping toxic chemicals into drinking water and landfills and to allowing them to leach into rivers and streams.
DuPont’s executives have been charged with crimes ranging from conspiracy to manslaughter and are expected to be charged in connection with the death of a 17-year-old boy in Alabama in 2011.
John Wiley and Son’s CEO, John Fisher, was also a former DuPont executive, a former head of DuPont Water and Chemical, and a former CEO of Dow Chemical.
He is the son of the late Joseph Wiley and the grandson of Joseph Wiley.
Dow Chemical has denied wrongdoing in the poisoning of the boy.
But some of the lawsuits have alleged that the chemicals were being used as an ingredient in Dow Chemicals’ products, which have been linked to dozens of deaths.
DuPont has acknowledged that it sold the chemicals to Dow Chemical in 2006, but that the sales were done in the early stages and only in the company-owned plants in Michigan and South Carolina.
The company said that the sale did not involve the company, the customers, or the state.
Wiley and Sons has denied any wrongdoing and said the company is cooperating with the investigation.
“We are committed to providing a safe environment for our customers, our employees, and our employees’ families,” Wiley said in a statement.
“We believe we have acted with a high degree of integrity in conducting our business and are confident in our ability to provide a safe and sustainable environment for all of our employees and their families.”