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Ethylene Oxide Panel Product Stewardship

Since 1982 American Chemistry Council"s (ACC) Ethylene Oxide Panel has been a leading source of Product Stewardship and regulatory information on ethylene oxide.


Chemicals Trade Serving the Global Market with American Chemistry Chemistry is vital to the creation of ground breaking products that help make our lives and our planet healthier, safer, and more sustainable Trade acts as a conduit that enables the innovative products of chemistry to reach the countries and busines


CHEMTREC is an around-the-clock service available to fire fighters, law enforcement officials and other emergency responders who need immediate critical response information for emergency incidents involving chemicals, hazardous materials and dangerous goods.


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.

Medical Treatment Options

This document is intended to assist such readers in their understanding of various options related to first aid and treatment.

Butadiene Product Summary

Butadiene is produced commercially by extractive distillation from crude butylene concentration (C4) stream, a by-product of ethylene and propylene production.

Trade Overview Infographic

3 Exports U.S. chemical manufacturers export large volumes of chemicals to trading partners who depend on them for their own manufacturing processes. Teal Imports U.S. chemical manufacturers import feedstocks and raw materials that are essential to U.S

ACC Trade Policy Positions

ACC and its member companies are recognized as major stakeholders and constructive partners to discussions related to top U.S. trade policy issues. We regularly submit comments and testify before the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative

Jobs Overview

Over 800,000 Americans rely on jobs in the chemistry industry.

What is Phosgene?

The Phosgene Panel of the American Chemistry Council was established in 1972 to support the phosgene industry and to serve the public through the continuous evaluation of and improvements to the production, distribution and use of phosgene.

Crystalline Silica

The Crystalline Silica Panel of the American Chemistry Council provides a forum for sponsoring research and analysis relating to crystalline silica and works to ensure that sound science and feasibility information are considered in regulatory or legislative initiatives dealing with crystalline silica.