Representing the Business of Chemistry

The New York State Chemistry Council is a statewide trade association that serves as the premier voice on chemicals, environmental, and health and safety issues that impact on chemical companies and the industry at large in New York. We serve our members by providing legislative and regulatory advocacy, information, counsel and support, as well as help them respond to the initiatives and concerns of elected officials, regulators and community groups.
NYSCC Members

Akzo Nobel

American Chemistry Council Chlorine Chemistry Division

Amrex

BASF

CHA

Dupont

Exxon

FMC

Bond Shoeneck & King

Materion

Niacet

O'Brien and Gere

Occidental

Olin

Praxair

PeroxyChem

PVS Chemicals

SI Group

Surpass Chemical

Texas Brine

Vinyl Institute

Chemours

3M

Trinity Consultants

Johnson Controls

Membership Benefits

Receive NYSCC's Monthly ENewsletter

Learn how NYSCC is advocating for your company. Stay up to date on the latest regulatory information. Access articles by the industry's leading experts.

 

Participate in NYSCC's Annual Meeting & Legislative Day

Attend our legislative day in Albany to hear from key decision makers on regulatory issues and policy. Network with other chemical industry government affairs professionals.

 

Present or Attend Regulatory Meetings

 Receive complimentary registration to NYSCC environmental health and safety/regulatory meetings/conference calls held quarterly. Open to all employees of your company.

 

Host a Plant Tour for Lawmakers

Demonstrate the value your company provides for the state and local economy and community by hosting a plant tour for

elected officials.

 

Support NYSCC's Efforts through Event Sponsorship
Show leadership and highlight your company's services to the members of the NYSCC and broader chemical industry by supporting meetings and webinars.

Members and Affiliate Members

New York State Chemistry Council
11 North Pearl Street, Suite 1400
Albany, NY 12207

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