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Cyber

ACC and its members are working to improve information sharing and develop best practices to prepare and respond to cyber threats.

Global Product Strategy Page

Chemical makers worldwide participate in the Global Product Strategy GPS designed to improve the management of chemical products, make available safety summaries and strengthen product stewardship GPS informs international efforts to enhance the safe production, use and disposal of chemical products, which is esse

Enhancing Scientific Understanding of Chemical Safety Page

While much is known about the safety of chemicals, scientific understanding and technology are continuously evolving ACC collaborates with government, NGOs and other industry sectors to promote research to investigate new theories about chemical safety and develop advanced technologies and testing methods to improve

Chemistry in Georgia

See how Chemistry Matters in Georgia. Download State and District Fact Sheets.

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.

Wisconsin

Wisconsin’s aging water infrastructure is in desperate need of repair.

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.

Hydrocarbon Solvents Panel

The mission of the Hydrocarbon Solvents Panel (HSP) is to address health, safety, and environmental issues that affect producers, distributors and users of modern hydrocarbon solvents.

Chemistry in Idaho

See how Chemistry Matters in Idaho. Download State and District Fact Sheets.

Tax

Federal tax policy must keep corporate tax rates low, end double taxation and encourage research and development so U.S. chemistry industry companies can innovate, create jobs and compete globally.