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customerservice@aiche.org www.aiche.org Contact: AIChE Promotes excellence in chemical engineering education and global practice; advances the development and exchange of relevant knowledge; and upholds and advances the chemical engineering profession's standards, ethics, and diversity. Members: 57,000 Association of Consulting Chemists and Chemical Engineers (ACC&CE) PO Box 297 Sparta, NJ 07871 973-729-6671 973-729-7088 fax accce@chemconsult.org www.chemconsult.org Contact: Linda B. Townsend Represents technical consultants in the chemical and allied industries. Members: 150 Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA) 1667 K St. NW, Ste. 300 Washington, DC 20006 202-872-8110 202-223-2636 fax info@cspa.org www.cspa.org Contact: Erin Donovan Represents the interests of companies engaged in the manufacture, formulation, distribution, and sale of consumer products that help household and institutional customers create cleaner and healthier environments. Products include disinfectants, candles, fragrances, air fresheners, pest management products, cleaning products and polishes, aerosol products, and more. Association provides members a platform to effectively address issues regarding the health, safety, and sustainability of their products. Members: 245 member companies Pine Chemicals Association (PCA) PO Box 17136 Fernandina Beach, FL 32035 404-994-6267 404-890-5665 fax cwmorris@bellsouth.net www.pinechemicals.org Contact: Charles W. Morris Represents the chemical products industry of the pulp and forest products industries, including black liquor skimmings, tall oil products, crude turpentine, and gum rosin. Members: 50 Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates (SOCMA) 1400 Crystal Dr., Ste. 630 Arlington, VA 22202 571-348-5100 571-348-5138 fax gainesj@socma.com www.socma.com Contact: Jenny Gaines Represents companies involved in all segments of the global specialty chemical industries. Members: 302 COATINGS & COLORS American Coatings Association (ACA) 1500 Rhode Island Ave. NW Washington, DC 20005 202-462-6272 202-462-8549 fax members@paint.org www.paint.org Contact: ACA Represents professionals in the paint and coatings industry, including paint and coatings manufacturers, raw materials suppliers, distributors, and technical professionals. Color Association of the US (CAUS) 315 W 39th St., Studio 507 New York, NY 10018 212-947-7774 212-594-6987 fax info@colorassociation.com www.colorassociation.com Contact: Margaret Walch Represents the textiles, design, and fashion industries and serves as the authority and arbiter of commercial colors in the US. Members: 1,000 C o l o r P i g m e n t s M a n u f a c t u r e r s Association (CPMA) 1400 Crystal Dr., Ste. 630 Arlington, VA 22202 571-348-5130 cpma@cpma.com www.pigments.org Contact: David W. Wawer Represents manufacturers of color pigments used in paints, inks, plastics, glass, ceramics, and other products. Members: 20 Powder Coating Institute (PCI) 2170 Buckthorne Pl., Ste. 250 The Woodlands, TX 77380 832-585-0770 832-585-0220 fax pci-info@powdercoating.org www.powdercoating.org Contact: Tamara Hancock Represents manufacturers and distrib - utors of powder coatings, raw materials, application equipment, and related products and services. Members: 335 ENGINEERING AACE International 1265 Suncrest Towne Centre Dr. Morgantown, WV 26505-1876 304-296-8444 304-291-5728 fax info@aacei.org http://web.aacei.org Nonprofit association representing cost engineers, cost estimators, project m a n a g e r s , p l a n n e r s , a n d o t h e r schedulers involved with total cost management. Members: 6,000 Abrasive Engineering Society (AES) 144 Moore Rd. Butler, PA 16001 724-282-6210 724-234-2376 fax aes@abrasiveengineering.com www.abrasiveengineering.com Contact: Ted Giese Provides information and resources for t h e m a n u f a c t u r e a n d e n d u s e o f industrial abrasives and products made with abrasive materials. Members: 400 American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) 3 Park Ave. New York, NY 10016 212-591-7000 973-882-5155 fax infocentral@asme.org www.asme.org Contact: Jeff Howitt Represents mechanical engineers and students in the research and develop - ment of safety codes and standards for mechanical equipment. Members: 125,000 Association for Facilities Engineering (AFE) 12801 Worldgate Dr., Ste. 500 Herndon, VA 20180 571-203-7171 571-766-2142 fax info@afe.org www.afe.org Contact: Gabriella Jacobs Represents plant and facilities engineers and managers. Members: 9,000 Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) 4025 Pleasantdale Rd., Ste. 420 Atlanta, GA 30340 770-447-5083, ext. 210 770-446-3969 fax info@aeecenter.org www.aeecenter.org Contact: Ruth Marie Represents engineers who optimize electrical, mechanical, and HVAC powderbulk.com PBE August 2018 23

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