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The Alkanolamines Panel was formed in 1982. Since its formation, the Panel has sponsored and published numerous toxicological studies and other voluntary research. Additionally, the panel conducts scientific regulatory advocacy. 

Petroleum Additives Safety Task Group (PAST)

The Petroleum Additives Safety Task Group (PAST) is a separately funded task group of the Petroleum Additives Panel. PAST member companies include Afton Chemical, Chevron Oronite, Infineum USA and the Lubrizol Corporation. The mission of the Petroleum Additives

Hydrogen Peroxide Product Stewardship Summary

Executive Summary This product stewardship summary has been prepared by the American Chemistry Council s Hydrogen Peroxide Panel and is intended to provide a general overview of environment, health, and safety information for hydrogen peroxide Hydrogen peroxide H2O2 or HP CAS 7722 84 1 is a clear, colorless

Environmental Regulations

Environmental regulations must promote the shared national goal of a healthy environment while preserving America’s ability to innovate and create jobs.

Hexavalent Chromium

The Hexavalent Chromium Panel was formed in October 2009 by ACC to represent former and current users of hexavalent chromium.

Global Product Strategy Page

Chemical makers worldwide participate in the Global Product Strategy GPS designed to improve the management of chemical products, make available safety summaries and strengthen product stewardship GPS informs international efforts to enhance the safe production, use and disposal of chemical products, which is esse

Ethylene Oxide Panel History

Chartered in 1982, the Ethylene Oxide Industry Council (EOIC) was formed by ethylene oxide manufacturers to evaluate the results of an animal study that was expected to affect Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulatory decisions on ethylene oxide (EO).

Crystalline Silica

The Crystalline Silica Panel of the American Chemistry Council provides a forum for sponsoring research and analysis relating to crystalline silica and works to ensure that sound science and feasibility information are considered in regulatory or legislative initiatives dealing with crystalline silica.