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Celebrating 20 Years of the ACC Code of Practice

2012 marked the 20th anniversary of the publication of the American Chemistry Council ACC Petroleum Additives Product Approval Code of Practice, an important milestone for the lubricant additives sector For the past 20 years, the Code of Practice COP has helped raise the bar for testing and performance of engin

Gamma Butyrolactone and 1,4 Butanediol

The Gamma Butyrolactone (GBL) and Butanediol (BDO) Panel of the American Chemistry Council formed in 2000 to pursue initiatives related to advocacy, communications, education, testing and legitimate use of GBL (CAS # 96-48-0) and BDO (CAS # 110-63-4).

Quality Management Systems (QMS) Group

The mission of the ACC Quality Management Systems (QMS) Group is to create a value-added system that compliments existing quality management standards, audits, and certifications while offering the opportunity to replace duplicative or unnecessary quality management processes. The goal of this process is to achieve better quality throughout the entire supply chain by focusing resources on critical quality processes.

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

Petroleum Additives Panel

The Petroleum Additives Panel was formed in 1990 to pursue the research and advocacy interests of developers, manufacturers and marketers of additives used to enhance the performance of automotive and industrial petroleum fuels or lubricants.  The Panel’s mission includes the continuous development of a product approval protocol for engine oil testing, fuel and fuel detergent additive performance testing practices, and to address health, regulatory and environmental issues affecting the additives industry.

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.

Hydrogen Fluoride

The Hydrogen Fluoride (HF) Panel addresses industry issues relating to the use, manufacture, transportation, emergency response, health effects, environmental impacts and governmental regulation of Anhydrous Hydrogen Fluoride and Hydrofluoric Acid (collectively referred to as HF).

Phenol

The Phenol Panel of the American Chemistry Council formed in 1988 to address health and safety issues relating to the manufacture and use of phenol.  The Panel is comprised of major U.S. producers of phenol.

Oxo Process Panel

The mission of the Oxo Process Panel is to address health, safety, and environmental issues that affect producers, distributors and users of oxo process chemistries.

Isopropanol Panel

Isopropanol is an important ingredient in paints, inks, general-purpose cleaners and disinfectants. The mission of the Isopropanol Panel is to address health, safety, and environmental issues that affect producers, distributors and users of isopropanol.

Fuel Additives Task Group (FATG)

The Petroleum Additives - Fuel Additives Task Group (FATG) developed a Code of Practice for fuel and fuel detergent additive performance testing practices.  The objective of FATG is to pursue research and advocacy issues relative to fuel additives in order to enhance the performance of automotive and industrial fuels.

Health, Environmental and Regulatory Task Group (HERTG)

The Petroleum Additives - Health, Environmental and Regulatory Task Group (HERTG) developed and completed categories, associated test plans, and related research as part of its commitment to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s High Production Volume (HPV) Challenge Program and International Council of Chemical Association (ICCA) Initiative on High Production Chemicals Program.