American Chemistry Council

American Chemistry Council website: www.americanchemistry.com

American Chemistry Council "represents the leading companies engaged in the business of chemistry. The Council is committed to improved environmental, health and safety performance..."

According to the American Chemistry Council's "News & Media" website as of April 2005, its members include:

3M, Aditya Birla Group, Air Liquide, Air Products and Chemicals, Akzo Nobel, Albemarle Corporation, Anderson Development, Arch Chemicals, Arkema (part of Total), Ashland, ASHTA Chemicals, Avecia, Avery Dennison, Basell (joint venture BASF & Shell), BASF, Bayer, BOC Group, C.P.H. Holdings, Calgon Carbon, Cambrex, Carus, Celanese, Champion Technologies (part of Permian Mud Service), Chem Products, CHEMCENTRAL, Chemical Products Corporation, Chevron Oronite (part of ChevronTexaco), Church & Dwight, Ciba Specialty Chemicals, Cognis, Cooper Natural Resources, Croda, Crompton, Cytec Industries, Daikin, Dakota Gasification (part of Basin Electric Power Cooperative), DanChem Technologies, Degussa-Huls (part of Degussa), Dixie Chemical, Dorf Ketal Chemicals, Dover Chemical (part of ICC Industries), Dow Chemical, Dow Corning, DSM, DuPont, Durez (part of Sumitomo Bakelite), Eaglebrook (part of Kemira), Eastman Chemical, Eastman Kodak, El Dorado Chemical (part of LSB), Elementis Specialities, Eli Lilly, Eliokem, EMD Chemicals (part of Merck KGaA), Engelhard, ERCO Worldwide (part of Superior Plus), Ethyl (now NewMarket), ExxonMobil, Ferro Corporation, FMC Corporation, Gantrade, Georgia Gulf, Great Lakes Chemical, Halocarbon Products, Harborchem, Hercules, Honeywell, Infineum (joint venture ExxonMobil & Shell), Innovene (was part of BP), International Specialty Products, Johnson Matthey, Jones Hamilton, KAO, Kemira, Kerr-McGee Chemical, Kuehne Chemical, LANXESS, MeadWestvaco, Merck, Merichem, Merisol (part of Merichem), Methanex, Milliken, Mitsubishi Chemical (part of Mitsubishi Group), Mitsui, Monsanto, NA Industries, Nalco, National Starch and Chemical (part of Imperial Chemical Industries [ICI]), Nexen, NOVA Chemicals, Occidental Chemical (part of Occidental Petroleum), Octel - Starreon (part of Octel), Olin, OM Group, Peak Chemicals (part of Peak Investments), Perstorp Polyols (part of Perstorp), PPG Industries, PQ Corporation (part of JPMorgan Chase), Praxair, Procter & Gamble, PVS Chemicals, R. T. Vanderbilt, Reilly Industries, Rhodia, Roche Colorado (part of Roche), Roche Vitamins (part of Roche), Rohm and Haas, RohMax (part of Degussa), Rutherford Chemicals, SABIC Americas (part of Saudi Basic Industries), Sartomer (part of Total), Sasol, Schenectady International, Searles Valley Minerals, Shell Chemical (part of Shell), Shepherd Chemical, Sika, SNF Holding Company (part of SNF Floerger), Solutia, Solvay, Stepan, Süd-Chemie, Sumitomo Chemical, Sunoco, Supresta, Surface Specialties UCB (now Cytec Surface Specialties, part of Cytec Industries), Texas Brine, Lubrizol, Tomah3 Products, Total Petrochemicals (part of Total), Troy, Uniqema (part of Imperial Chemical Industries [ICI]), UNIVAR, UOP (joint venture Honeywell & Union Carbide [part of Dow Chemical]), Vertex Chemical, Vulcan Chemicals (part of Vulcan Materials), W.R. Grace, Wacker.

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