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ACC Comments on EPA's Draft Ammonia Assessment

The Environmental Protection Agency announced earlier this month the launch of its draft Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS) health assessment for ammonia. In response, the following holding statement can be attributed to the American Chemistry Council.


ACC Recognizes Industry Achievement in Environmental, Health, Safety and Security Performance with Responsible Care Company of the Year Award

Through the Responsible Care performance initiative, ACC member companies have reduced their hazardous air emissions, increased their energy efficiency, and enhanced the safety and security of their facilities, said ACC President and CEO Cal Dooley. The three recipients of the Responsible Care Company of the Year award embody this commitment to better environmental, health, safety and security performance.


NAFRA Responds to Environmental Health Perspectives Study

The North American Flame Retardant Alliance (NAFRA) of the American Chemistry Council (ACC) issued the following statement in response to findings from a study that has been published online by the Environmental Health Perspectives, which claims that flame retardant chemicals were found in many popular food items.


New Guidance for Schools Installing Spray Foam Now Available from CPI

Just in time for summer break, the Center for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI) of the American Chemistry Council has released a helpful new guidance document for school administrators and facilities managers about installing spray polyurethane foam (SPF) in schools.


ACC: CES Bill Falls Short on Energy Efficiency, Diversity

The American Chemistry Council (ACC) issued the following statement in advance of Thursdays hearing in the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee concerning the Clean Energy Standard Act of 2012 (CESA), S. 2146.


ACC is Committed to Chemical Regulation Policies That Promote Safety and Innovation

ACCs advocacy work is conducted in an open and transparent manner and is grounded in scientific evidence. We are committed to responsibly engaging in public policy discussions so that regulatory decisions related to chemistry are made on a scientific basis to fully protect public health and the environment while encouraging American innovation and job growth.