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What is Phosgene?

The Phosgene Panel of the American Chemistry Council was established in 1972 to support the phosgene industry and to serve the public through the continuous evaluation of and improvements to the production, distribution and use of phosgene.

Trade Overview

The increase in world chemical production has brought with it an even larger increase in the international chemical trade. Chemicals are now manufactured in many production locations around the globe, and prices for chemicals are generally set by global supply

Ethylene Glycols Panel Regulatory Update

Panel advocacy efforts focus on collecting information on consumer product exposure and use information and on the impact of ethylene glycol on the most sensitive animal testing species.

Growth Overview

Chemistry is essential to our everyday lives, to the economy and to the future. The science and materials of chemistry make the lives of Americans and others throughout the world healthier, safer, and more sustainable. From contributing

Ethylene Oxide

The Ethylene Oxide Panel of the American Chemistry Council (ACC) is a leading source of product stewardship and regulatory information on ethylene oxide.

Ethylene Glycols Panel History

Chartered in 1986, the Ethylene Glycol Panel formed to augment the ethylene glycol (EG) toxicological database.  It has continued with voluntary testing focusing on developmental toxicity and renal effects and pharmacokinetics research in animals and humans.

Code of Practice Replacement Pages

Changes have been made to the ACC Product Approval Code of Practice since the release of the December 2010 edition The replacement pages below contain such changes and should be considered in effect Code practitioners are advised to replace pages in their Code with the pages below Please note that all changes have

Consumer & Product Safety

The products of chemistry—from flame retardants, to bike helmets, to battlefield technologies—have helped make the world safer.