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Chemical Management

Promoting the safe use of the essential products of chemistry is a shared responsibility of manufacturers, the government and those who use or sell chemical products.

EDSP Consortia

ACC offers expertise and resources for industry to comply with the EPA’s Endocrine Disruptor Screening Program through its EDSP Consortia.

Sponsorship Form

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Cumene

The Cumene Panel reformed as of May 2014

Center for Chemical Safety Act Implementation

The American Chemistry Council (ACC) created the Center to serve as a scientific, technical and advocacy hub that will assist ACC members and non-members collaborate to support the implementation of the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act (LCSA).

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.

Tax

Federal tax policy must keep corporate tax rates low, end double taxation and encourage research and development so U.S. chemistry industry companies can innovate, create jobs and compete globally.

Why Join ACC?

Delivering business value through exceptinal advocacy.

Robert J. Simon

Vice President of Chemical Products and Technology and Chlorine Chemistry

Energy

The products of chemistry empower our nation’s efforts to improve energy efficiency—from insulation to coolants to packaging, the products of chemistry help save energy every day.

Fuel Additives Task Group (FATG)

The Petroleum Additives - Fuel Additives Task Group (FATG) developed a Code of Practice for fuel and fuel detergent additive performance testing practices.  The objective of FATG is to pursue research and advocacy issues relative to fuel additives in order to enhance the performance of automotive and industrial fuels.

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.