What the Biden Administration Could Mean for the Chemical Industry
December 16, 2020 at 06:00 AM EST
A 2020 TSCA Update
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In November, former vice president Joe Biden emerged as the winner of the presidential election. Similar to previous administration transitions, the Chemical Industry will stand ready to engage with bipartisan leaders in Congress to help drive constructive solutions for a more sustainable future that will better serve all Americans.
The Chemical Industry will undoubtedly share President-elect Biden’s commitment to a clean environment, a healthy workforce and sustainable manufacturing practices. After all, the US chemical industry is five times safer than the general manufacturing sector, and has reduced emissions of air pollutants by 50 percent since 2001.
“The Chemical Industry in the USA will continue to collaborate internally, and with Washington, to explore options that better serve customers and end-use markets while protecting public health and the environment," says Vince Malone, Senior Consultant and Chemical Segment Leader at Antea Group USA. "Safety, Quality and Environmental Stewardship are core principles that drive product development and innovation among chemical manufacturers.”
So, what’s new for the year ahead, and how does it impact your business? Read Full Blog Post HERE on Antea Group's Blog.
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