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Throughout the year, we host a number of issue-specific and executive-level events for both members and non-members. These educational and networking opportunities provide a strong platform to connect with industry leaders in the business of chemistry. Our upcoming events can be found below:

2018 HCN Industry Safety Conference
July 17-20, 2018
Indianapolis, IN
The HCN Conference provides an open exchange of safety information between companies and their designated representatives involved in the production, handling, and use of hydrogen cyanide, acetone cyanohydrin, sodium cyanide and related chemicals. The HCN Conference addresses a broad range of safety issues including HCN safety incidents, medical protocols, personal protective equipment, HCN detection, hazardous reactions (e.g. acid hydrolys, polymerization prevention, etc.), equipment selection, design principles and special topics. Contact ACC Meeting Services at (202) 249-6121 for more information.

2018 Hydrogen Fluoride Safety Seminar
July 30 - August 1, 2018
Hilton Head, SC
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The member companies of the American Chemistry Council’s Hydrogen Fluoride (HF) Panel and the Hydrogen Fluoride Industry Practices Institute (HFIPI) recognize the significant safety considerations surrounding the use of HF (anhydrous and aqueous). Member company representatives and others who work in this industry meet periodically to foster an exchange of information concerning HF safety practices, including handling, transportation, security, environmental control and first aid/medical treatment. The overall philosophy of the Hydrogen Fluoride Safety Seminar is safety through education and sharing of experiences, and focuses on specific topics of concern to companies involved with hydrogen fluoride and HF solutions at any concentration.

2018 Polyurethanes Technical Conference
October 1-3, 2018
Atlanta, GA
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The Center for the Polyurethanes Industry’s annual Polyurethanes Technical Conference, the longest-running polyurethanes conference in North America, offers the unique convergence of industry expertise, professional networking, and regulatory insight. Fostering both technical and professional development, the Polyurethanes Technical Conference is the premier destination to preview the polyurethanes technology of tomorrow and key information for today.

2018 Chairman's Dinner, Board of Directors & Related Events
November 7-9, 2018
Dana Point, CA
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The next meeting of The American Chemistry Council Board of Directors and Executive Committee, the 15th Annual Chairman's Dinner, and other related events will be held at The Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel. Celebrate with us as we recognize our industry's continued efforts to drive innovation, improve performance and ensure that the business of chemistry is safe, secure and sustainable.

Become a Sponsor

The American Chemistry Council (ACC) represents the leading U.S. chemical manufacturers. As a $768 billion industry, chemistry has a major financial impact across the globe. In fact, over 96 percent of all manufactured goods are touched directly by the business of chemistry.

Becoming an ACC sponsor can carry enormous impact. Our program is designed to provide your company with the right access points to your target audience. Specifically, our sponsorship can:  

  • Increase your company’s visibility among the association’s membership, key decision makers and industry leaders.
  • Illustrate that you are a supporter of or key player in the chemical business marketplace.
  • Provide the tools needed to give your company various touch points to your desired audience.
  • Offer a full-bodied understanding of current issues and future industry trends through participation in ACC conferences, webinars and events.
  • Generate new leads by linking your presence with the industry’s leading trade association—ACC. 


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