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Rail

Safe, reliable and affordable rail transportation of chemicals is essential to the business of chemistry.

Food

Advances in chemistry play a key role in increasing agricultural production. Chemical products protect plants from pest infestation, increase crop production, and slow soil erosion.

Resource Conservation FAQs

Q What is resource conservation and why is it important A Through effective resource conservation, we can minimize our impact on the planet by using the earth s resources wisely To do this, we must more efficiently manage natural resources and lessen the environmental impact of the products we use, from raw ma

Center for Endocrine Screening and Testing

ACC's Center for Endocrine Screening and Testing is a premier scientific, technical, and advocacy resource for the chemical industry on endocrine issues, particularly with regard to EPA' EDSP.

Did You Know?

The info here is designed to provide perspective on important scientific concepts and phrases that are used in environment, health and safety principles.

Healthy Climate

Chemical industry scientists are developing new emission reduction technologies and clean energy alternatives to safeguard the environment and people around the world.

About the ADI Panel

Aliphatic diisocyanates primarily are used in paint and surface coatings such as automotive and truck refinishing, as well as industrial, maintenance and performance coatings.

Innovation

The chemical industry pioneers new products that make our lives safer, healthier and more sustainable.

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

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.