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

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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.

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

CPTD Panel Groups

The Chemical Products and Technology Division (CPTD) represents more than 80 self-funded, chemical-specific groups focused on the business of chemistry.

Higher Olefins

The Higher Olefins Panel works with industry, stakeholders and regulators to advance science-based research and stewardship of higher olefins.

Open Positions

To apply for employment, please send your resume and a cover letter, including your salary requirements, and select the most convenient way to submit your credentials for our consideration

Alkanolamines

The Alkanolamines Panel was formed in 1982. Since its formation, the Panel has sponsored and published numerous toxicological studies and other voluntary research. Additionally, the panel conducts scientific regulatory advocacy. 

Hexavalent Chromium

The Hexavalent Chromium Panel was formed in October 2009 by ACC to represent former and current users of hexavalent chromium.

Consumer & Product Safety

The products of chemistry—from flame retardants, to bike helmets, to battlefield technologies—have helped make the world safer.

TSCA

On June 22, 2016, the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act was signed into law. Those amendments to the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) updated the law for the first time in 40 years so that it can better meet the needs of the 21st Century.