Overregulating the chemistry industry jeopardizes innovation, jobs, and economic growth. Learn more.

Courtney Johnson

More than 500,000 Americans are employed in the business of chemistry, creating advanced materials that enable cleaner energy, build modern infrastructure, and enhance energy efficiency at work each day. We strive to make their stories heard to elected officials in their communities, state capitols, and Washington DC.

ChemistryMatters utilizes the newest technologies to compliment the advocacy efforts of our member companies, everything from take-action campaigns to social media. We also work with our member companies to highlight the positive impacts of chemistry to state and federally elected officials through roundtables and in-person facility tours. 

In joining ChemistryMatters, advocates are signing up to engage on the issues that matter the most to chemistry jobs and a thriving economy. ChemistryMatters helps advocates make a big impact:

Learn more and join ChemistryMatters.

Representative Tim Walberg (MI-7)
Chemistry does so much that we don't even think about, but to see what happens right here in my home district is pretty special.
Emails, phone calls, and letters went to legislators from advocates supporting Advanced Recycling in New York.
Advocates supporting the business of chemistry.

What can you do on ChemistryMatters?


Send a letter to your elected officials asking them to support or oppose legislation that is important to those employed by the business of chemistry.


Ensure you are registered to vote in the next election; then learn about the candidates running, request an absentee ballot, find your polling location, and much more.


Learn about the important issues facing the business of chemistry, from tax & trade, to security, to chemical management.

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