FMC Corporation Privacy Statement

At FMC, we are committed to maintaining the privacy of all visitors to this website, as described in this privacy statement.

FMC passively collects information that is automatically sent to us by your web browser in order to provide a more personalized website experience. This information may include your domain name and user name.

FMC uses cookies to provide personal service for those who register and to estimate our audience size. A cookie is a small amount of data that is sent to your browser from a web server and stored on your computer's hard drive. This website is cookie-enabled in order to give you a more personalized user experience. Please refer to your browser if you want to learn more about your cookie settings.

Each browser accessing an FMC website is given a unique cookie which is then used to determine the extent of repeat usage, usage by a registered user versus by an unregistered user, and to help develop content based on user interests and behavior. We also measure certain traffic patterns, which areas of FMC's network of websites you have visited, and your visiting patterns in the aggregate. We use this research to understand how our users' habits are similar or different from one another so that we can make each new experience on an FMC website a better one. We may use this information to better personalize the content, banners, and promotions that you and other users will see on our sites.

FMC will not share with a third party, any information collected on this website for direct marketing purposes. Because of the nature of the Internet, we may transmit the information to another country for purposes other than direct marketing, such as for storage or because of where our servers are located. We may also use it to investigate security breaches or cooperate with authorities pursuant to a legal matter. We may also remove all the personally identifiable information and use the rest for historical, statistical or scientific purposes.

If you e-mail us, you are voluntarily releasing information to us. Your e-mail address will be used by FMC to respond to you.

For your convenience, this site may contain certain hyperlinks to other FMC pages as well as to websites outside FMC. We make no promises or guarantees regarding data collection on the hyperlinked pages that are not owned by FMC. We therefore recommend that you read the privacy policy/statement for each site you visit.

You have the right at any time to withdraw your consent to the use of your personal data in the future.

May 31, 2011
U.S. Supreme Court Denies Review of EPA Decision on Carbofuran Domestic Tolerances
The U.S. Supreme Court denied a petition by FMC Corporation and three national grower groups for review of a lower appellate court ruling which had upheld the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) decision to deny an administrative hearing on the revocation of domestic tolerances for carbofuran.

March 01, 2011
Counterfeit Product Found in Uganda
FMC in cooperation with a leading NGO in East Africa, confirmed that a container of substance labeled as Furadan 5G was in fact counterfeit product.  FMC requests that if anyone finds product in East Africa with Furadan 5G labels on it, please contact the company through this website so we can test the material and investigate its production.

July 23, 2010
FMC Responds to U.S. Appeals Court Rulings on Carbofuran; Court Overturns Revocation of Import Tolerances
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit today ordered the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to reinstate import tolerances for carbofuran for rice, bananas, coffee and sugar cane. Although the court did not endorse EPA's views on the safety of carbofuran, for procedural reasons it did not overturn the agency's decision to deny an administrative hearing regarding revocation of domestic tolerances. FMC Corporation, the U.S. registrant for carbofuran (Furadan), while satisfied with the reinstatement of import tolerances, has not determined if further legal action will be taken regarding the continued denial of an administrative hearing until it can conduct a careful review of the court's opinion.

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