Steel is a major industrial material, and the metal used to make it has an immense economic and environmental impact.
It’s one of the reasons steel is used to manufacture so many different things.
But as we’ve reported, the infuser that is used for metallurgy is a far cry from the metal itself.
It can contain the chemical metalloporphyrin, which is toxic to humans.
It also contains copper and nickel, and in the UK, the National Health Service (NHS) is banning the use of it.
In a recent BBC report, the manufacturer, BMT, admitted it has not been able to obtain a licence to sell the metal.
The steel infuser’s maker, Metallurgical Coke Steel, has been ordered to provide evidence of its safety.
We’re calling on the UK government to ban the use and sale of this product, and to ensure that the UK’s industrial health and safety laws are followed.
In order to make this happen, we need your support.
We need to raise £20,000 to make the steel industry’s life as safe as possible.
Let’s do it together.
The UK has banned the use or sale of metalloplastic oil (PMO), which contains PMP and is known as PMO-35.
It is used in the steel manufacturing process.
This is despite there being scientific evidence that PMO can cause cancer and other health problems.
The chemical is used on the inside of the steel used in steel products.
We know that it can cause severe damage to the lungs, kidneys and brain, and that its use is widespread.
So why has this been allowed?
BMT has been using it in its steel-making process for decades.
It was first tested in 1997, and has been in use since 1999.
Since then, Bmt has sold more than £2.2 billion worth of the chemical, and is the world’s largest steel producer.
However, the chemicals have never been banned in the US, and there is a ban in the EU, too.
The US also has a ban on PMO, which includes PMO as a pollutant, but we’re still not sure what the UK is doing with it.
Why is it OK in the U.S.?
BMT sells the metal as a metal alloy in its own products.
This means that it’s still in use in many different products, including steel, glass and aluminium.
For example, it is used as a high-strength steel for roofing, as a welding lubricant, and as a paint remover.
However this is no longer permitted in the United States.
It must also be produced domestically, and its production is restricted in the state of California.
It makes up about one percent of the world total, according to the US Department of Energy.
Why does the UK want it banned?
The UK government has been concerned about the health effects of PMO in recent years.
The European Union banned the chemical in 2002, and last year the UK also banned it from use in food, clothing, and consumer products.
However the UK was allowed to use it in steel production in 2013, and this has not stopped BMT from continuing to sell it.
It even sold a £1.4 million stainless steel infusing machine in 2012, and another machine for making it for steel and aluminium that year.
Why did the government ban it in the first place?
Bmt is a chemical that can cause health problems in humans, and it’s also a known carcinogen.
The toxic chemical has been linked to birth defects, increased risk of liver cancer, and increased risk for lung cancer.
So, why did the UK ban it?
The government argued that the chemicals are safe and that Bmt was not harmful to humans or the environment.
However in an analysis of studies published between 2011 and 2014, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) concluded that there was “no reliable evidence that the exposure of the exposed population to the chemical is equivalent to a safe exposure”.
It said that “there is insufficient information to draw any conclusion from the available data.”
In addition, the EPA concluded that it would be difficult to establish whether the chemicals had an effect on human health.
The Department of Health has since said that it “is taking steps to ensure the chemical does not pose a health risk to people”.
However, Bmx has said that the chemical has not affected its own manufacturing processes and it continues to sell its products in the country.
How can we help?
If you’d like to support the steelmaking industry and support a ban, you can donate here.
BMT is not the only company using the chemical.
In addition to BMT’s products, it has a joint venture with two French companies, S.E.B. (Suez), and Suez Metallurgical (Metallurgical).
These companies make products for the automotive industry, and Metall