Drinking Water Chlorination, Chlorine Chemistry Council, Arlington, Virginia (February 2003).
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CCC stands for Chlorine Chemistry Council
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The author received an honorarium when attending a workshop sponsored by the Chlorine Chemistry Council.
Greenpeacers debated the Chlorine Chemistry Council in 1993, one year after the group signed an agreement with the European chlorine industry to reduce marine pollution.
For example, Starr (2003) (of TBS Associates) recently published a worthy commentary in EHP in which he analyzed the controversial and high-financial-stakes question of the cancer potency of dioxins; yet he states, Partial support for this work was provided by the Chlorine Chemistry Council [CCC].
was previously managing director for the Chlorine Chemistry Council.
EPA's report "points out that dioxins emissions have been heading in the right direction -- down -- for many years," notes Brad Lienhart, managing director of the Chlorine Chemistry Council in Washington, D.