Most of Arizona Chemical’s products consist of 75% and above Bio-Renewable Content, where many of the competing technologies have a much lower value of renewable ingredients.
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We refine sustainable pine chemicals for every day products. With our world's largest distillation capacity, unparalleled global sourcing position, and advanced technology, we supply the highest quality products for our customers across the globe.
Through our sustainable chemicals, we enable our customers to go green while they in turn provide you with thousands of products for use in your daily life. You can find Arizona Chemical products in the adhesives and inks used in the packaging of your breakfast cereal and for the newspapers, books and magazines that you read. You may find them in the fresh pine aroma of your air freshener and in your household cleaners. Your child’s favorite rubber duck may contain our rubber emulsifiers and adhesives containing our tackifiers can be used to make their diapers. Your car tires are made safer and more efficient with our high performance tackifiers, and, if you drive a diesel vehicle there’s a good chance that the fuel you use contains our lubricity improvers that protect your engine whilst helping to reduce harmful emissions. When you drive home on a rainy night, our resins in the white lines on the road help to keep you on track and safe. Furthermore, the decorative paints in and around your house may contain Arizona Chemical binders.
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Statement on CLP Compliance
Arizona Chemical takes the business of regulatory compliance very seriously. For the implementation Arizona Chemical has appointed a Project Implementation Team, headed up by a board member. The objective of the project is to have CLP compliant MSDSs for classified substances available by December 2010. For all other un-classified substances the plan is to produce CLP compliant MSDSs in early 2011. MSDS's for mixtures (classified and unclassified) will be phased in over next couple of years and before the 2015 deadline.