The American Chemistry Council (ACC) serves as the focal point for the business of chemistry’s collective action on legislative, regulatory and legal matters at the international, national and state level. Our staff has expertise ranging from scientific, regulatory/technical and legal to managerial and administrative functions. ACC staff work in various capacities with our member companies, downstream customers, coalition/business partners and government agencies.

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The American Chemistry Council advocates for companies who make the products that make modern life possible. We are the nation’s largest trade association representing the business of chemistry at global, national and state levels. Good science needs good questions. Together, we can find the answers that will ensure a brighter, cleaner, safer and more prosperous tomorrow.

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More than 800,000 Americans rely on jobs in the chemistry industry—earning 47 percent more than the average manufacturing wage.