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Month: February 2015

Fueling Export Growth (Part 2 of 2): Why the expected surge in U.S. chemicals exports will depend on our country’s ability to deliver on its ambitious trade agenda

The release yesterday of ACC’s latest exports report, “Fueling Export Growth: U.S. Net Export Trade Forecast for Key Chemistries to 2030,” painted a bright picture for exports of chemicals...

Fueling Export Growth (Part 1 of 2): U.S. chemical exports linked to natural gas could double by 2030; plastics products leading the surge

On the heels of a wave of new chemical industry investment projects expected to come online over the next few years, gross exports of chemical products linked to natural...

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Listen to the Science: Experts Say BPA is Safe!

To share clear, science-based statements from two prominent government agencies, ACC’s Polycarbonate/BPA Global Group is encouraging consumers and manufacturers to: “Listen to the Science.” A campaign with this theme...

California sunshine heating up the activists on BPA

Pulling out all the stops, the anti-BPA activists are hot under the collar to do something, anything to keep BPA-health scares in the Hollywood spotlight.  So, consistent with and possibly prodded...

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After 7-year delay, EPA should fully implement current ozone standard

On March 12, 2008, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) set the National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) for ozone at 75 parts per billion (ppb) – the most stringent...