SOCMA provides analysis on RCRA's Manufacturing Process Unit Exclusion.
SOCMA provides analysis on EPA's final rule updating CBI requirements under TSCA for specialty chemical manufacturers.
This members-only document outlines EPA's proposed TSCA New Chemicals Procedural Rule pertaining to EPA review of PMNs, SNUNs, MCANs, LVEs, LoREXs exemptions.
The ChemQuest Group, a global consulting firm focused on tailored business strategy and optimization, technology acceleration, market intelligence, and M&A advisory services for the specialty materials industry, is pleased to announce that Dipan Haria has joined the company as a director.
This members-only document outlines the process for submitting a claim of confidentiality for proprietary business reasons. The submission process will follow more specific rules and mandate the submission of additional information.
SOCMA Supports Legislation to Reauthorize Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) Program
SOCMA Vice President, Legal and Government Relations, Robert F. Helminiak released the following statement addressing the significant problems with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) proposed rule on Safer Communities by Chemical Accident Prevention, also know as the Risk Management Program (RMP).
The Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) ensures chemical safety in the workplace by requiring chemical manufacturers to provide information through labels, safety data sheets, and training to employees about hazardous chemicals they may be exposed to.
The ChemQuest Group, a global consulting firm focused on tailored business strategy and optimization, technology acceleration, market intelligence, and M&A advisory services for the specialty materials industry, has appointed Eric Casebolt its latest director.
The Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates (SOCMA) welcomed eight new members last week, following approval by its Board of Governors: Cymer, Blue Grass Chemical, Exim-Indis, Black Bay Energy Capital, International Process Plants (IPP), Coffman Collaborative, Reaction35, and Roscoe Moss Company.
SOCMA members and staff testified on behalf of the specialty chemical sector the concerns of EPA's proposed ruling on methylene chloride.