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COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (June 8, 2016) – The American Chemistry Council’s (ACC) Board of Directors approved the addition of four new Associate members at their annual meeting today, as well as one new Responsible Care® Partner.

Different than Regular, or manufacturing, members, ACC Associate members are service providers to the chemical industry, offering services in management consulting, public affairs, health and safety, logistics management, research and more.

The Associate members approved today include:

  • Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL), provides audit, consulting, financial, advisory, risk management and tax services.
  • Echo Global Logistics, provides transportation and logistics solutions across all major transportation modes.
  • Environmental Resources Management (ERM), a leading global provider of environmental, health, safety, risk and social consulting services.
  • Korn Ferry, a human resources and organizational advisory firm.

In addition to the Associate members, ACC’s board of directors also approved First Class Services as a new Responsible Care Partner.

“I am pleased to welcome this new group of Associate members, as well as our new Partner, to ACC. Membership, at any level, is a key component to any successful association and we are privileged to have such a wide range of members who contribute to our success,” said ACC President and CEO Cal Dooley. “2016 is turning out to be an exciting year so far, with continuous activity in Congress on bipartisan TSCA reform, including House passage of the bill. Our association strives to support public policies that will drive creation of jobs, enhance economic vitality and protect public health, and we wouldn’t be where we are today without the support of all our members.”

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