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Overview

The ACC Process Automation Users Group (PAUG) is a unique chemical- industry focused group dedicated to process automation.

Technology

The business of chemistry excels at continuously bringing new, imaginative and innovative ideas to market—applied technology in medical devices, aerospace, computing, cars, fuels and more.

News

ACC Lauds House Passage of Historic TSCA Reform

WASHINGTON May 24, 2016 The United States House of Representatives today passed on a margin of 403 to 12 the bipartisan Frank R Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act, legislation to reform the nation s 40 year old primary chemical management law American Chemistry Council President and CEO Cal Dool

Energy

The products of chemistry save energy by improving energy efficiency in our homes, offices and factories and by making cars and packaging more lightweight. Chemistry innovations also enable the sustainable technologies that are revolutionizing the way we generate and store energy—solar cells, wind turbines, rechargeable batteries and more.

About Us

View this page to view the member companies of ACC’s Process Automation Users Group (PAUG).

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

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.

Innovation

The chemical industry pioneers new products that make our lives safer, healthier and more sustainable.

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.