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Disposal of Empty TDI Drums

When purchasing TDI or TDI products in 55-gallon steel drums, it is important to follow proper procedures and have an appropriate plan established for disposing of the drums once they are empty. 


In addition to promoting the safe and effective use of flame retardants, NAFRA’s mission includes actively promoting responsible methods for developing and handling current and new flame retardants.

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Understanding the Code Development Process

Learn more about the International Code Council’s code development process, which is based on the principles of openness, transparency, due process and consensus.


The Solvents Industry Group develops a wide variety of publications on topics of interest to the organic solvents industry These documents provide information on specific uses of organic solvents oxygenated and hydrocarbon solvents on regulatory issues that are pertinent to solvents, and on industry topics that

Solvents and the Environment

Every product we use may have some impact on the environment The air that we breathe, the water we drink and the food we eat all contain naturally occurring chemicals For example, the smell of the forest is due to a mixture of certain organic chemicals Many of these chemicals are classified as volatile organic


CBC is committed to giving clear and simple information to all who are interested in learning more about biocides.

Disposal of Diisocyanates

Diisocyanate producers make safe handling, storing and disposing of diisocyanates an industry-wide priority. 

U.S. Lithium Development Opportunities

The U S Government has supported several successful research, development and commercialization projects through public and private partnerships and funding This continued support is essential to the development of the industry Research and Development of Resources, Refining, Manufacturing and Recycling The Un

Safety and Recycling

Safety Lithium and lithium ion batteries are designed using several safety standards including ISO, SAE and ANSI These standards apply to the design features of the electrode, electrolyte, membrane separator, cell, module and battery pack, as well as the handling for delivery and disposal purposes Recycling His