The Chemical Products and Technology Division (CPTD) of the American Chemistry Council (ACC) represents more than 50 self-funded, chemical-specific groups, also called panels, focused on the business of chemistry and issues relevant to chemical manufacturers and downstream users.

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Acetone Industrial Gases
Aliphatic Diisocyanates Isopropanol
Alkanolamines Ketones
American High-Performance Buildings Coalition (AHPBC) Lithium Battery Materials
Amines Nanotechnology
ARASP—Center for Advancing Risk Assessment Science and Policy Nickel Stakeholders Group
Biocides Olefins
Center for Chemical Safety Act Implementation Oxo Process
Chemical Information Technology Petroleum Additives
Chlorine Petroleum Additives FATG
Crystalline Silica Petroleum Additives HERTG
Cumene Petroleum Additives PAPTG
Diisocyanates Petroleum Additives Safety Task Group (PAST)
Endocrine Disruptor Screening Program Consortia Phenol
Ethylene Glycols Phosgene
Ethylene Oxide Pine Chemistry
Flame Retardants Propylene Glycol
FluoroCouncil Propylene Oxide
Formaldehyde Quality Management Systems (QMS)
Gamma Butyrolactone and 1,4 Butanediol Rare Earth Technology Alliance (RETA)
Glycol Ethers (Ethylene and Propylene) Silicones Environmental, Health, and Safety Center
Hexavalent Chromium Sodium Chlorite/Chlorine Dioxide
High Phthalates Solvents Industry Group
Higher Olefins Specialty Plasticizers
Hydrocarbon Solvents Toluene and Xylene
Hydrogen Fluoride Vinyl Chloride Health Committee
Hydrogen Peroxide

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