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  1. Strem Chemicals Receives National Performance Improvement Honor

    NEWBURYPORT, MA – Strem Chemicals is pleased to announce it has been recognized for improving environmental, health, safety and security (EHS&S) performance at its Newburyport facility by the Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates (SOCMA), the leading trade association representing specialty chemical manufacturers...

  2. ProcessPro ERP Announces Website Launch

    ProcessPro, leading mid-market ERP software solution company, is pleased to announce the launch of its newly redesigned website at http://www.processproerp.com, integrating a more user-friendly and streamlined navigation with richer insight into the company...

  3. Nation Ford Chemical Welcomes Congressman Ralph Norman

    U.S. Congressman Ralph Norman (R-SC) visited Nation Ford Chemical on Friday, November 17, to learn more about the specialty chemical industry and talk with company leaders and staff about key issues impacting their business...
  4. ProcessPro Receives Bronze Recognition in 2017 ERP Software Writers’ Awards

    ProcessPro, leading mid-market ERP software solution company, is pleased to announce it has received Bronze recognition in the category of Best ERP Vendor Blog in the 2017 ERP Software Writers’ Awards; as well as a nomination in the category of Best Article...
  5. Industry Celebrates a Banner Year of Growth and Innovation

    About 350 chemical industry executives and guests joined SOCMA in New York on December 4 for the association’s 96th Annual Meeting and Dinner to celebrate the innovative specialty chemical industry...
  6. TSCA Litigation- Update and SOCMA Involvement

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is defending against four lawsuits relating to Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) rules published earlier this year. Three of the lawsuits have been consolidated as they all related to the Risk Evaluation and Prioritization rulemakings. The fourth case is related to the TSCA Inventory Reset Rule...
  7. ChemStewards Is Gearing Up for New Direction in 2018!

    Now that 2017 has come to an end, ChemStewards is all set to take on the new direction of SOCMA in 2018. As we get a head start of this new phase, we are planning the year ahead by reviewing the program's successes to date and determining how we can encompass the unique needs of each sector in the coming year...
  8. 7 Things Millennials Do That You Should Too

    First off, I hate the word ‘millennials.’  It makes them sound either like they were born on the millennium, which would make them all 14, or on the Millennium Falcon, which would make them imaginary.  Fortunately for me, I’m pretty sure you hate the word too.  I just put it in the title because it’s a popular keyword, and I’m a slave to Internet algorithms...
  9. TSCA Public Meetings Highlights, Implementation Updates

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently provided updates on its progress in implementing the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) New Chemicals Review Program during a series of public meetings. During the meetings, industry stakeholders expressed concern with the timeliness of pre-manufacture notice (PMN) reviews, and EPA said the agency is working toward becoming compliant with the 90/180 day review deadline...
  10. SOCMA Re-Elects Officers and Executive Committee, Names New Board of Governors Class

    ARLINGTON, VA - The Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates (SOCMA) Board of Governors re-elected officers and its executive committee, and the membership elected five new governors to the Class of 2020 at the association's 96th Annual Business Meeting on Monday, December 4, in New York City. 

  11. The Two Pieces of Effective Leadership

    As you may already know, employee surveys have shown for the last several years that over two-thirds of us are disengaged at work. Twenty percent of us are actively disengaged, which means we hate our jobs and are encouraging our colleagues to hate their jobs – and that 20% alone costs over $500 billion every year in lost productivity.  
  12. Feb. 7 Date Set to Notify EPA of Chemicals in Commerce

    The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on August 11 published the final Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Inventory Reset rule. The publication initiated a 180-day reporting period whereby manufacturers must notify EPA of active chemicals in U.S. commerce by February 7, 2018. Chemical processors can voluntarily notify EPA by October 5, 2018...
  13. TSCA Confidential Business Information Guidance

    Under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has the authority to evaluate claims of proprietary chemical information considered confidential by a submitter. Under TSCA section 14, those making claims generally are required to substantiate assertions of Confidential Business Information (CBI) at the time they it to the agency...
  14. After 10 Years, CFATS a Cornerstone of America’s Chemical Security

    Last month, the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program turned 10 years old. It is now clear that, with every year that goes by, the CFATS program becomes more mature. 
  15. SOCMA Announces 2017 Performance Improvement Award Winners

    ARLINGTON, VA – More than 40 SOCMA member facilities will receive 2017 Performance Improvement Awards for their outstanding commitment to continuous improvement in environmental, health, safety and security (EHS&S) practices at the Society of Chemical Manufacturers & Affiliates (SOCMA) 96th Annual Dinner, December 4, in New York.
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