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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

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.

Associate Member

Being an ACC Associate Member distinguishes your company from the rest—become a strategic partner and key supporter of the global chemical industry.

Environmental Regulations

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

Peer-Reviewed Publications Database

More than 600 peer reviewed scientific articles have been published by LRI investigators since the ACC research program began in 1999. LRI strongly encourages publication of research results by its investigators so that

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.

Hydrocarbon Solvents Panel

The mission of the Hydrocarbon Solvents Panel (HSP) is to address health, safety, and environmental issues that affect producers, distributors and users of modern hydrocarbon solvents.

EDSP Consortia

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

ACC Members Contributions to Safe Chemistry

Chemistry plays an essential role in the products and technologies we use every day, from vital ingredients in consumer products to raw materials in manufacturing processes. These chemicals must be produced and used in ways that protect human health and the environment.

Rudy Underwood

Vice President of State Affairs and Political Mobilization

Phenol

The Phenol Panel of the American Chemistry Council formed in 1988 to address health and safety issues relating to the manufacture and use of phenol.  The Panel is comprised of major U.S. producers of phenol.

Code of Practice Code Bulletins

Code Bulletins that have been issued since the 2005 edition of the ACC Product Approval Code of Practice are listed here All other Code Bulletins have been archived For older Code Bulletins, please contact the PAPTG Manager Code Bulletin C 28 Inclusion of the Sequence IIIG into Appendices H and I of the Code