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Cumene

The Cumene Panel reformed as of May 2014

Glycol Ethers

The Ethylene Glycol Ether Panel, chartered in 1980, and the Propylene Glycol Ether Panel, chartered in 1993, merged as one panel at the American Chemistry Council in 2002 to represent producers and manufactures of commercially available glycol ether chemistries.

Rail

Safe, reliable and affordable rail transportation of chemicals is essential to the business of chemistry.

Higher Olefins

The Higher Olefins Panel works with industry, stakeholders and regulators to advance science-based research and stewardship of higher olefins.

Hydrogen Fluoride

The Hydrogen Fluoride (HF) Panel addresses industry issues relating to the use, manufacture, transportation, emergency response, health effects, environmental impacts and governmental regulation of Anhydrous Hydrogen Fluoride and Hydrofluoric Acid (collectively referred to as HF).

Risk Assessment

Developing an effective process for assessing chemicals is not only crucial for creating information about potential risks, but also for the development of regulations that protect human health and the environment while preserving America’s ability to innovate.

Center for Endocrine Screening and Testing

ACC's Center for Endocrine Screening and Testing is a premier scientific, technical, and advocacy resource for the chemical industry on endocrine issues, particularly with regard to EPA' EDSP.

LCSA

Congress must modernize LSCA to ensure product safety and consumer confidence, as well as to preserve America’s role as the world’s leading innovator.

Gamma Butyrolactone and Butanediol

The Gamma Butyrolactone (GBL) and Butanediol (BDO) Panel of the American Chemistry Council formed in 2000 to pursue initiatives related to advocacy, communications, education, testing and legitimate use of GBL (CAS # 96-48-0) and BDO (CAS # 110-63-4).

Environment

America’s environmental policies must promote the shared national goal of a healthy environment while encouraging innovation and high-skilled, high-paying jobs in the business of chemistry

Positive Train Control (PTC)

The United States is facing an unprecedented shutdown of rail service that will send a shock wave through our economy if Congress fails to act swiftly on PTC. Policy Background Under the Rail Safety Improvement Act of 2008.