MAJORS JOIN VOLUNTARY EMISSIONS CUTS PROJECT

A number of major U.S. oil companies are taking part in the Environmental Protection Agency's voluntary program to reduce emissions of 17 targeted toxic chemicals by half by 1995. Among those announcing their participation in the program are Amoco Corp., Ashland Oil Inc., Exxon Corp., Phillips Petroleum Co., and Shell Oil Co.

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