November 2001

Trends and Resources

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The American Chemistry Council (ACC) and American Plastics Council (APC) have agreed to merge. The new organization will be named the American Chemistry Council and will have a single board of directo..

Jackson, Kim M., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

The American Chemistry Council (ACC) and American Plastics Council (APC) have agreed to merge. The new organization will be named the American Chemistry Council and will have a single board of directors and executive committee. APC will maintain its name and identity in public communications and receive direction from an operating board of plastic executives. Reportedly, the merger reflects the common goals to build a stronger voice for industry, address the importance of global chemicals and plastics issues and improve association financial efficiency. Canada Power Holdings Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Calpine Corp., has completed its acquisition and assumed operations of two Cana

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