ACC members have a longstanding commitment to the safety and security of the communities in which they operate, as well as communicating transparently with community residents about our processes and products.
One tool that many ACC members have used to help enhance engagement and dialogue with facility communities is Community Advisory Panels, or CAPs. Some key purposes of CAPs are to help chemical manufacturing facilities build relationships with members of their communities, to share information about chemical facility operations, identify any community concerns and work with community stakeholders to try to resolve them.
The map below shows some of the active Community Advisory Panels in communities across the country. Click on the blue dots to find out the CAP location and the ACC member companies that participate in each CAP. ACC is working to identify additional CAP locations and information and will update this map periodically.