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Wastewater Disinfection

CleanWater Brought to You by Chemistry ACC celebrates WorldWaterDay and the White House Water Summit by releasing a video highlighting the many ways chemistry keeps water flowing from source to tap Wastewater may be defined as the flow of used water from a community It includes all that drains from the

ARASP Comments

Media Center: ARASP Comments on TCEQ 2015 Position Paper Approaches to Derive Odor Based Values and Proposed Odor ESL List July 2015 ARASP Comments on the 2015 Revision of the TCEQ Guidelines to Develop Toxicity Factors July 2015 ARASP Adds to Industry Coalition Comments on EPA s Work Plan Chemical Problem Fo


Solvents generally are subject to a wide variety of federal and state regulations governing their manufacture, processing, distribution, use and disposal These include regulations governing the storage and disposal of hazardous wastes, workplace exposure limits, requirements for the safe transport of chemical subs


According to the Department of Energy, the demand for lithium batteries is expected to increase significantly with the deployment of hybrid electric, plug in hybrid electric and all electric vehicles 2 Global Manufacturing In 2012, estimated world demand for batteries accounted for 27 percent of total demand f

Security Code

The Responsible Care Security Code is recognized by local, state and federal governments as a model security program for chemical facilities and other U.S. industries.

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DINP and Prop 65

In December 2013, the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) added diisononyl phthalate (DINP) to California's Proposition 65 list.

Fact Sheets

The business of chemistry touches 96% of manufactured goods, explore below to learn more about the business of chemistry.