In these extraordinarily challenging times, the ICCA is committed to partnering with governments to moderate the impact of COVID-19.
Inventory and Evaluation of Publicly Available Sources of Information on Hazards and Risks of Industrial Chemicals
Regulatory authorities from developing countries have expressed a need for guidance in locating environmental, health and safety (EHS) information on industrial chemicals. In response, possible sources were identified via a search of the Internet using relevant terms and by soliciting suggestions from more than 200 knowledgeable stakeholders. This initially identified greater than 100 databases, 41 of which were chosen for further profiling and analysis based on their size and comprehensiveness.
As the worldwide voice of the chemical industry, ICCA is committed to making meaningful progress, in cooperation with governments and other stakeholders, to enhance the safe management of chemicals and waste around the globe.
ICCA releases study presenting a range of Chemistry-based products and solution that will make a low-carbon economy possible.
Symposium Aims to Identify Enabling Conditions to Achieve a Circular Plastics Economy and Responsibly Manage Plastic Waste HANGZHOU, CHINA (September 18, 2019) – Experts from various regions, sectors, and backgrounds […]
MONTEVIDEO, URUGUAY (April 2, 2019) – The International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA), the voice of the global chemical industry, is calling for the creation of an “international navigator” – […]
NAIROBI, KENYA (March 18, 2019) – At the close of the fourth United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-4), governments, businesses, and civil society organizations have agreed on a number of commitments […]
Chemical Industry Contributes $5.7 Trillion to Global GDP and Supports 120 Million Jobs, New Report Shows
Chemical Industry Plays Crucial Role in Regional Economies in Every Corner of the World NAIROBI, KENYA (March 11, 2019) – In conjunction with the beginning of the Fourth United Nations […]
As the global voice of the chemical industry, the International Council of Chemical Associations (ICCA) is committed to playing a key role in the systemic transition to a circular economy […]
The ICCA Responsible Care® Status Report 2018 has now been published and is available for download here. Providing the Global Picture for 2018, it gathers full reporting from 37 Chemical […]