November 29, 1985 |
Indian officials today asked Warren Anderson, chairman of Union Carbide Corp., to testify before a judicial commission investigating the Bhopal gas leak that killed more than 2,000 people in 1984. The request came one day after the state government officially accused Union Carbide, based in Danbury, Conn., of responsibility for the gas leak at its Bhopal pesticide plant Dec. 3, 1984.
April 8, 1986 |
Federal safety inspectors "sandbagged" Union Carbide Corp. when they issued 221 citations against the company's plant in Institute, W.Va., the company's board chairman said today. "If the OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) report on Institute is an opening salvo for a basic attack on our industry, the message is--when the attack comes, forget about fairness," said Warren Anderson in a speech to the International Petrochemical Conference.