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Product Approval Protocol Task Group

The PA - Product Approval Protocol Task Group (PAPTG) is a separately funded task group of the Petroleum Additives Panel that focuses research and advocacy efforts related to automotive lubricant additives.  PAPTG member companies are active developers, manufacturers or marketers of performance enhancing chemicals for use in automotive lubricants.

Code of Practice Resources

Code of Practice Compliance Acknowledgement Code of Practice Alert Bulletins Code of Practice Code Bulletins Petroleum Additives Product Approval Code of Practice Through the ACC Petroleum Additives Panel Panel , the Product Approval Protocol Task Group PAPTG developed the Product Approval Code of Practic

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since the 2005 edition of the ACC Product Approval Code of Practice are listed here All other Code Bulletins have been archived For older Code Bulletins, please contact the PAPTG Manager Code Bulletin C 28 Inclusion of the Sequence IIIG into Appendices H and I of the Code

About Us

View this page to view the member companies of ACC’s Process Automation Users Group (PAUG).

Sustainability

Chemistry is the Science Behind Sustainability – the products, technologies and innovations enabled by the chemical industry are essential to a sustainable future.

ACC Position on Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology promises significant societal benefits. The technology should be developed in a way that not only identifies and minimizes potential risks to human health and the environment but also helps preserve the potential market for the technology against unwarranted claims of adverse impact.

Membership

Membership in the Nanotechnology Panel offers significant benefits to companies engaged in the business of nanotechnology. Members have the opportunity to help shape the industry’s positions on issues related to nanotechnology and build relationships with other leaders in the field.

Benefits

Nanotechnology could bring about the next wave of innovation in science and engineering—the possibilities are endless. It has the potential to transform aerospace, agriculture, information technology, national defense, transportation and many other sectors.

Timeline

The NANO Timeline. A big history of the very small.

News

Plastics Makers Welcome Circulate Capital

America’s plastics makers welcome the introduction of Circulate Capital and look forward to supporting their work to expand systems and technology to capture, recycle or repurpose more plastics.

Overview

The HPV Challenge Program has made available more safety information on more chemical products in less time than any government initiative.