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Environment

America’s chemical makers create countless products that help protect the environment and are determined to continuously improve the environmental performance of the nation’s chemical sector.

Transportation and Infrastructure

Numerous industries, including agriculture, communications, defense, energy, health and medicine, technology and transportation use chemicals every day to ensure the safety of our water and food supply and enhance virtually every aspect of our lives.

Implementing LCSA to Effectively Regulate Chemicals in Commerce

The Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act (Lautenberg Chemical Safety Act LCSA) will achieve a more predictable and uniform federal regulatory program for chemicals in commerce, provide better protection of Americans’ health and our environment and

Sodium Chlorite & Chlorine Dioxide

The Sodium Chlorite/Chlorine Dioxide Panel was formed in 1987. Over the years, the Panel has sponsored numerous toxicological and environmental studies to evaluate the continued safe use of sodium chlorite and chlorine dioxide.

Industrial Gases

The American industrial gases industry provides essential products to manufacturers, innovators and services that help drive the U.S. economy.

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).

Enhancing Scientific Understanding of Chemical Safety Page

While much is known about the safety of chemicals, scientific understanding and technology are continuously evolving ACC collaborates with government, NGOs and other industry sectors to promote research to investigate new theories about chemical safety and develop advanced technologies and testing methods to improve

Information Technology: Business Solutions Developer

The position is responsible for supporting the unique business needs and objectives of departments/divisions within the American Chemistry Council (ACC) through the translation of articulated business requirements into robust technology solutions.

Rudy Underwood

Vice President of State Affairs and Political Mobilization

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