Chemical industry launches new advertising campaign in wake of new Ebola outbreak

Chemicals are booming in the London, Texas, chemical industry.

Chemicals are a booming industry in the UK, with a total of $13 billion worth of chemical exports.

The London-based chemical industry is hoping its new advertising campaigns, aimed at the public and politicians, will draw attention to the health risks posed by the coronavirus.

It has launched a new campaign to highlight the threat to workers and consumers from the new strain of the virus, known as EBOV, as well as its effects on the environment and people.

“The chemicals industry has always been at the forefront of environmental protection, but we are at the heart of the pandemic,” said Michael Smith, head of the chemical industry trade association, the Chemical Industry Association.

In an attempt to encourage the public to take action, the industry has launched the campaign “Hospitals and Chemicals: What They Mean”, a series of five posters that feature the company’s employees, staff and customers, and asks viewers to share a link with them, or write them a message.

Smith said the campaign is also looking to appeal to local politicians, the media and those who care about their health.

One of the posters features a picture of an elderly woman who is seen being comforted by an elderly man, while a poster that reads, “This is what you get when you work for a company that cares about its workers”, shows a worker being comfortated by an older woman and a man who is also comforting a worker.

“We know that our customers are the ones that are at greatest risk,” Smith said.

He said there are currently 1.2 million chemists in the country and that the industry’s global reach is growing by 10 percent each year.

“If you look at the amount of chemicals that are being produced in this country, it is growing more than 40 percent a year,” Smith added.

According to Smith, there is an average of 1,000 people employed in the industry, and the company has more than 3,000 staff worldwide.

“The chemists that we work with are really good at what they do,” he said.

“And we know that there is still much more work to be done to ensure the health and wellbeing of our employees.”

Smith pointed out that a majority of the company is in the United States, and there are also over 4,000 chemists and staff in Australia, Canada, Japan and India.

“This is a huge business and the companies that are here are doing a great job,” he added.

The company, which employs around 1,300 people worldwide, employs more than 2,000 in London.

Ebola is currently the most common cause of death in people who work in the chemical industries, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).

It can also cause mild illness, but is typically fatal in those who have not been exposed to it.

Since the outbreak began in March, there have been 1,097 cases of the coronas virus, with more than 11,000 deaths.

Health authorities have warned that the virus has increased the risk of respiratory and other illnesses including respiratory depression, fever, chills and sore throat, as people become more susceptible to the virus.