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HHS Moves Forward with Unfounded Classification of Formaldehyde

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) National Toicology Program (NTP) today released the 12th Report on Carcinogens (12th RoC). The new report includes a chapter that lists formaldehyde as a known human carcinogen. The following statement about the 12th RoC can be attributed to Cal Dooley, CEO, American Chemistry Council.

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ACC Applauds Energy Efficiency Legislation

The American Chemistry Council (ACC) today affirmed its support for the Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act of 2011 (S. 1000), which is being highlighted at a Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing today.

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American Chemistry Council Grows Ranks

The American Chemistry Council (ACC) announced the addition of four new member companies, as well as the approval of four new Responsible Care Partner companies as part of its annual meeting in Colorado Springs, CO.

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ACC Recognizes Top Industry Achievement in Environmental, Health, Safety and Security Performance

The American Chemistry Council (ACC) today presented its highest honor, the Responsible Care Company of the Year Award, to two member Companies: Celanese Corporation and Ethyl Corporation. This premier award recognizes those member companies that have enhanced and embraced the Responsible Care ethic of performance improvement and sustainability throughout their company.

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Registration Now Open for Polyurethanes 2011 Technical Conference

Registration is now open for the Polyurethanes 2011 Technical Conference. Held by the Center for the Polyurethane Industry (CPI) of the American Chemistry Council, the conference runs September 26 28, 2011, at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville, Tenn.

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Access to Plastics Recycling More Widespread Than Previously Believed

A study released today by Moore Recycling Associates Inc. found that a much larger portion of the U.S. population has ready access to recycle commonly used plastics than previously believed. Specifically the study, Plastics Recycling Collection: National Reach Study, found that 94 percent of Americans have access to recycle plastic bottles and 40 percent of the population also can recycle other types of plastic containers, such as yogurt cups, dairy tubs and lids.