Washington, DC - Their US Centre for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI) is seeking entries for its 2013 polyurethane innovation award, which is to be presented at the association's annual technical conference in September.
"The creativity and resourcefulness of both companies and individuals within our industry is what makes polyurethanes and its downstream products so exceptional," said Lee Salamone, senior director of CPI. "CPI's annual Polyurethane Innovation Award honours the uniqueness of these visionary technologies, products and initiatives in the global polyurethanes industry as well as the benefits they will bring to both the industry and society."
Award entries in polyurethane chemistry may include finished products, initiatives, training or education programs, or processes or processing equipment. Entries pertaining to a polyurethane product or polyurethane manufacture must relate to polyurethane chemistry defined as the reaction of an isocyanate with a polyol.
Nominations for this year's award must be received by CPI no later than 5pm EDT on 18 June. The CPI polyurethanes technical conference will be held 23-25 Sept in Phoenix, Arizona.