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CPI Releases Free Low-Pressure Spray Foam Training

The Center for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI) of the American Chemistry Council (ACC) in partnership with Research Foundation for Health and Environmental Effects (RFHEE) has released a new low-pressure spray polyurethane foam (SPF) health and safety training, which is available for free on www.spraypolyurethane.org.


Resolving to Be Greener in 2013?

With the rapid rise in access to recyclingparticularly plastics recyclingits now easier than ever for Americans to keep New Years resolutions to live a greener life.


ACC Disagrees With Court Ruling on Greenhouse Gas Regulations

The American Chemistry Council (ACC) today issued the following statement regarding the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit's denial to rehear the case against the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) regulation of greenhouse gases.


Marine Debris Act Reauthorization Will Help Much Needed Ocean Programs Grow and Thrive

Congress broad endorsement of H.R. 2838 demonstrates strong, bipartisan support for efforts designed to prevent and address the problem of marine debris. Americas plastic manufacturers support the Marine Debris Act Amendments of 2012 and will continue to work with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and others to work to help drive toward effective solutions.


ACC: EPA Area Source Rule Offers Some Flexibility

ACC is pleased that EPAs final reconsidered Chemical Manufacturing Area Source rule addresses many of the concerns that ACC raised in our petition for reconsideration, including providing some additional fleibility for inspections and certain operating scenarios.


CPI Releases Polyurethane End-Use Data on Individual Markets for Sale

The three volumes offer an assessment of 2010 polyurethane production by end-use for the U.S., Canada and Meico specific to fleible foam; rigid foam; and coatings, adhesives, sealants and elastomers (CASE), binders, reaction injection molding (RIM), and other products.


European Scientific Regulatory Review Contradicts U.S. Classification on Formaldehyde

This European conclusion based on a comprehensive scientific review classifies formaldehyde in a less-stringent category than last year's review by the National Toicology Program (NTP) in the United States. This major European regulatory decision reinforces that the science could not support the conclusions reached by NTP on formaldehyde.