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LRI Research Program

The Long Range Research Initiative LRI was established by the American Chemistry Council in 1999 to demonstrate its commitment to advance scientific understanding of the potential impacts of chemicals on human health and the environment By design, the LRI research program does not focus on specific chemicals but r

Certification Process

The Responsible Care® Certification Process provides industry stakeholders with assurance that ACC member and Responsible Care Partner companies are conforming to the initiative’s requirements.

A History of Excellence

Responsible Care is the chemical industry’s world-class environmental, health, safety and security (EHS&S) performance initiative. For more than 20 years, the Responsible Care program has helped American Chemistry Council (ACC) member companies significantly enhance their performance and reputation, discover new business opportunities, and improve the health and safety of their employees, communities and the environment as a whole, moving us toward a safer and more sustainable future.

Overview

Naturally occurring formaldehyde is found all around us; it is present in low levels within our body, it is in a wide variety of fruits, vegetables, meats and beverages; it’s even in trees.

Members

The Chlorine Chemistry Division of the American Chemistry Council ACC represents major producers and users of chlorine in North America The Division works to promote and protect the sustainability of chlorine chemistry processes, products and applications in accordance with the principles of Responsible Care

Twelfth Antimicrobial Workshop, June 7-8, 2018

The Twelfth Antimicrobial Workshop is your opportunity to obtain the latest policy, regulatory, and procedural information critical to the manufacture, marketing and sale of antimicrobial pesticides.

About Us

The Biocides Panel of the American Chemistry Council is comprised of more than 50 companies that manufacture and/or formulate antimicrobial products.

Human Phenomonitoring Pilot Project

Barbara Wetmore and Russell Thomas. The Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences. Since the advent of the environmental movement, there has been public concern over the presence of low levels of man made chemicals in the