The chemical industry makes the safety and responsible use of its products a priority. Producers of aliphatic diisocyanates (ADI) and other chemicals are committed to continuous environmental improvement in their own operations. To learn more about chemical safety, including the more than a dozen federal laws that create a safety net to oversee the safe use of chemical products, visit the Consumer and Product Safety and Workplace Safety pages on the ACC Website.

A robust system of laws and industry initiatives oversees the development and use of chemical products, enhances scientific understanding and makes safety information available to the public. It is important that the federal regulatory system keep pace with the applications of chemistry, including the use of aliphatic diisocyanates (ADIs).

America’s environmental policies must promote the shared national goal of a healthy environment while encouraging innovation and high-skilled, high-paying jobs in the business of chemistry. Efforts to preserve the environment—our air, water, land and climate—are made possible in large part thanks to the innovative products of chemistry, including ADI.  To learn more about the many ways that innovation in chemistry contributes positively to the environment, visit the Environment section of the ACC Website.

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