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Toluene and Xylene Panel

The mission of the Toluene and Xylene Panel is to address health, safety, and environmental issues that affect producers, distributors and users of toluene and xylene.

ASP-2-Template-and-Instructions

Alternate Security Program ( ASP ) Template Guidance and Instructions for C ompli ance with the CFATS Regulatory P rogram under 6 CFR 27. Second Generation: Designed for Chemical Distribution Facilities Joint Project of the American Chemistry Council and National Association of Chemical Distributors Introduction:

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.

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

Vinyl Chloride Health Committee

The Vinyl Chloride Health Committee promotes further understanding of the potential health effects of vinyl chloride exposure by sponsoring new research and evaluating the information that is already available.

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.

Acetone

The Acetone Panel formed in 1990 to address health, safety and environmental issues. Since its formation, the Panel has sponsored toxicology testing and addressed a variety of regulatory issues.

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.

Why Join ACC?

Delivering business value through exceptinal advocacy.

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.