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Sustainability

Chemistry is the Science Behind Sustainability – the products, technologies and innovations enabled by the chemical industry are essential to a sustainable future.

Appalachian Report Grid Content

Economic analysis shows potential for major Appalachian petrochemical industry if the right energy infrastructure is built in the region.

Product Stewardship Summary

Executive Summary This product stewardship summary has been prepared by the American Chemistry Council’s  Hydrogen Peroxide Panel and is intended to provide a general overview of environment, health, and safety

Ethylene Glycols Panel Regulatory Update

Panel advocacy efforts focus on collecting information on consumer product exposure and use information and on the impact of ethylene glycol on the most sensitive animal testing species.

Infographics and Fact Sheets

Ethylene Oxide Frequently Asked Questions

A versatile and valuable building block of chemistry, ethylene oxide and its derivatives help make many of the products we use everyday.

Ethylene Glycols Panel History

Chartered in 1986, the Ethylene Glycol Panel formed to augment the ethylene glycol (EG) toxicological database.  It has continued with voluntary testing focusing on developmental toxicity and renal effects and pharmacokinetics research in animals and humans.

Ketones

The Ketones Panel of the American Chemistry Council was formed in 1980 to address health, safety, and environmental issues of concern to producers, distributors, and users of ketone solvents.  The panel represents the leading producers of methyl ethyl ketone (MEK), mesityl oxide (MO), methyl isobutyl ketone (MIBK), and isophorone.

Chemical Activity Barometer

The CAB is a first-of-its-kind, leading economic indicator that helps anticipate peaks and troughs in the overall U.S. economy and highlights potential trends in other industries in the United States.

Ethylene Oxide

The Ethylene Oxide Panel of the American Chemistry Council (ACC) is a leading source of product stewardship and regulatory information on ethylene oxide.