The alka Chemical Industry Association (ACIA) is a non-profit, non-political group that promotes the interests of the alka chemicals industry.
ACIA has chapters in at least 23 states, representing over 50 companies, according to its website.ACIA’s mission statement is to promote the interests and growth of the chemical industry in America, according the group’s website.
ACIAs membership includes some of the largest companies in the chemical sector.
In 2018, the association received $12.5 million from the chemical company Chemtronics, according its website .
In 2018 the ACIA also received $1.5 billion from Chevron, according Toil, a research firm that tracks lobbying spending.
The group is not allowed to coordinate with other trade associations, according TOIL.
But in the past year, the ACIA has also taken a more public stance against environmental regulations, and has pushed for legislation that would force states to disclose the chemicals used in their water supplies.
In October, ACIA members wrote to the Trump administration asking for a ban on the chemical bromide, which was widely used in the environment.
The letter noted that the chemical is used in “water disinfection, wastewater treatment, and in the construction and construction and heating and cooling of boilers.”
The letter noted bromides are also used in other industries, including petrochemicals, plastics, and textiles.
In October, the US House of Representatives passed a bill that would ban the chemical from the country’s drinking water supply.
In the same month, the American Chemistry Council said the chemical could have a “significant impact” on the economy and health of people in areas of the country where it is used.ACIAs letter to the US president in October urged the administration to support its efforts to ban bromine, which is the most commonly used bromidocyanine (BCN) used in bromination of plastics, as a result of studies indicating it can have “substantial adverse effects” on human health.
The chemical is also used as a feed additive in plastics and other industrial processes.
The chemical is often sprayed on surfaces to help keep them in place, and is sometimes used in food packaging, according ACIA.AC ICA members wrote the Trump Administration in October asking that the federal government ban the use of BCP in the United States.
In a statement, the group said that BCP has been shown to have “significant” adverse effects on the health of humans, animals, and the environment, according a September report by the Environmental Working Group.
The US Chemical Safety Board, a federal agency that enforces chemical safety regulations, issued a report on October 25, 2018, concluding that BCL-19 is not a probable human carcinogen and that BCHM does not pose a substantial health risk to humans or animals.
The safety board noted that BCRM has been used for years in many applications and is safe for human consumption, the report said.
The Trump administration has yet to take any action on the BCP ban.
The ACIAC has also opposed efforts to end the use and importation of bromines as a fertilizer, and it has fought to stop a ban of a popular herbicide used to treat agricultural runoff.
The association has also advocated for the use on food crops, as well as in the packaging of products.
In 2017, the Chemical Manufacturers Association, a trade group, wrote a letter to President Donald Trump, calling the herbicide neonicotinoid a “threat to agriculture.”
The Chemical Manufactures Association has also been a vocal opponent of efforts to regulate the herbicides, and they’ve called the use for insecticides and pesticides a “war on bees.”
The group has also filed a lawsuit against the EPA to challenge its authority to regulate pesticides, arguing that the agency has no authority to do so.