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Glycol Ethers

The Ethylene Glycol Ether Panel, chartered in 1980, and the Propylene Glycol Ether Panel, chartered in 1993, merged as one panel at the American Chemistry Council in 2002 to represent producers and manufactures of commercially available glycol ether chemistries.

EDSP Consortia

ACC offers expertise and resources for industry to comply with the EPA’s Endocrine Disruptor Screening Program through its EDSP Consortia.

Rail

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

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

Federal Affairs: Vice President

The position is responsible for formulating and implementing a successful federal affairs program which achieves specific legislative results that are favorable to the interests of ACC and its member companies.

Code of Practice Compliance Acknowledgement

2016 Code of Practice Compliance Letter 2015 Code of Practice Compliance Letter 2014 Code of Practice Compliance Letter 2013 Code of Practice Compliance Letter 2012 Code of Practice Compliance Letter Code of Practice Resources 2011 Code of Practice Compliance Letter 2010 Code of Practice

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.

Subgroups

Currently, the Process Automation Users Group (PAUG) maintains two working groups.

Sustainable Practices

ACC members go above and beyond regulatory requirements to measure, manage and publicly report our environmental, health, safety and security performance.

Center for Chemical Safety

The American Chemistry Council (ACC) created the Center to serve as a scientific, technical and advocacy hub that will assist ACC members and non-members collaborate to support the implementation of the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act (LCSA).