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Pine Chemistry’s Lifecycle and Environmental Benefits

Pine chemistry refers to the co-products derived from the papermaking process that are upgraded into crucial ingredients used in a variety of goods important to our everyday lives.

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Pine Chemistry: The Bioeconomy in Action

Pine Chemistry has been around for approximately 100 years and is a long-standing example of bio-based chemistry that utilizes natural, renewable products from pine trees as raw materials.

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Economic Benefits of Polyurethanes 2019

This summary highlights the importance of the polyurethanes industry to the U.S. economy as described in the findings of the study entitled Economic Benefits of Polyurethanes (2019).

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Existing Federal Regulatory Efforts to Address PFAS

Our member companies are dedicated to the responsible production, use, and management of PFAS chemistries in a manner that protects the public health and our environment.

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A Myth Under the Microscope

From life-saving medications to fuel for our cars, most people would agree: Our lives are better because of modern chemistry. However, the American Chemistry Council (ACC) is concerned by the attempts by federal and state policymakers to use one-size-fits-all policies to ban, restrict, or regulate entire chemical families, such as phthalates, siloxanes, fluorinated chemistries, and flame retardants.

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Why Chemical Families Are Like Berries

A one-size-fits-all approach is neither scientifically accurate, nor appropriate. The truth is, just like in our own families, every individual chemical in a family has its own unique set of qualities and behaviors that can provide important benefits. 

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Misconceptions About Chemical Families: Let's Break It Down

Lately, there has been a trend in one-size-fits-all policies by federal and state policymakers to ban, restrict, or regulate entire chemical families. Reviews and regulations should take into account the significant differences among the many compounds that are part of a chemical family.