Washington, DC -- As the chemical industry celebrates 75 years of polyurethane, speakers at the 2012 Polyurethanes Technical Conference will both honour its history and discuss the latest developments that will impact the global outlook for years to come, according to conference organiser, the Center for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI).
This year's event will take place 24 - 26 Sept at the Omni Hotel at CNN Center in Atlanta, hosted by the CPI, part of the American Chemistry Council (ACC).
ACC president and ceo Cal Dooley will deliver the keynote address at this year's opening session. Dooley will discuss the latest news and trends in today's chemical industry, including ACC's advocacy work on chemical regulation reform and energy policy.
"The polyurethanes industry is a prime example of the way chemistry provides innovative solutions for both everyday needs and the serious challenges of our day, like energy efficiency," said Dooley, in a CPI statement.
The more than 55 technical presentations at this year's Polyurethanes Technical Conference will feature the latest research, technical developments and business issues affecting the global polyurethane industry.
For more information see http://polyurethane.americanchemistry.com