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In related news, United Business Media (London), the parent of CMP Media, has acquired Informex, a specialty and custom chemicals trade show and exhibition, from the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association (SOCMA; Washington, D.
And on 30 March 2004, OSHA announced a new alliance with the EPA, the American Chemistry Council (ACC), the CCPS, the Chlorine Institute, the O'Connor center, the National Association of Chemical Distributors, and the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association (SOCMA) to educate workers about chemical reactivity hazards.
As an attorney, Holmstead also represented the Chemical Manufacturers Association, Monsanto, BASE and Uniroyal, the group notes.
The Chemical Manufacturers Association admit that DINP is carcinogenic.
Not so, says the Chemical Manufacturers Association.
That executive order was pretty good," said Fred Webber, the head of the Chemical Manufacturers Association, in a news conference last week.
based Chemical Manufacturers Association (CMA) also called the ruling "a major disappointment.
According to the Chemical Manufacturers Association Distribution Code of Management Practices, carrier selection and certification is an important consideration relating to various aspects of carrier performance and safety.