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Chlorine: On the “Front Line” in Hospitals®

When life is on the line, Americans can turn to any of the nearly 6,500 hospitals in the United States for help From life saving drug therapies to the latest diagnostic equipment and surgical techniques, U S hospitals provide patients with a standard of medical care that is the envy of much of the world But the

Polyurethanes and Packaging

Polyurethane packaging foam (PPF) provides cost-effective, custom form-fitting cushioning to uniquely and securely protect items that need to stay safely in place during transit.

Becoming a Member of CPI

Membership into the Center for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI) is open to all segments of the polyurethanes industry, including raw material producers, systems suppliers, processing machinery and equipment manufacturers, as well as users of polyurethane materials who manufacture flexible or rigid foams, coatings, adhesives, sealants or elastomers.

PU 111: Regulatory Compliance Assistance Program (RCAP) Tool to Enhance TRI Reporting for the Polyurethane Industry

Facilities that manufacture, process or otherwise use Methylene Diphenyl Diisocyanate (MDI) or Toluene Diisocyanate (TDI) and exceed the threshold limits set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), are required to submit a Form A or Form R by July 1st of each reporting year to EPA and the designated state agency. The purpose of this webinar is to illustrate the functionality of the RCAP tool and explain the modeling rationale for specific diisocyanate applications.

CPI Education Center

The CPI Education Center helps professionals understand developments in the polyurethanes industry—from new research, innovative technology, regulatory actions, and topics in chemistry, measurement and performance.

Mode of Action and Thresholds

Risk Assessment Basics: Mode of action MOA information describes key events and processes that would, in general, explain the overall process of development of a toxic effect MOA is also relevant in considering susceptibility factors within populations, and in considering the cumulative effects of exposure to

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