Resources

  • National Aerosol Association

    To protect, promote and support the aerosol industry, through expert knowledge, technical innovation, and education.
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  • Southern Aerosol Technical Association

    Serving aerosol marketers and fillers located in the Southeastern U.S., Southern Aerosol Technical Association (SATA) is the leading technical organization dedicated solely to the advancement of the aerosol industry. SATA's primary purpose is to provide a forum for the presentation and sharing of information between manufacturers, formulators and marketers of aerosol products.
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  • Eastern Aerosol Association

    The Eastern Aerosol Association will grow its membership while maintaining industry diversity. The EAA Board of Trustees will be a working team promoting membership involvement, stewardship and growth. The EAA will deliver high quality programs and communication which will expose members to the latest technological and regulatory developments. The EAA will be a proactive organization that influences action affecting the aerosol industry within our region.
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  • Western Aerosol Information Bureau

    The Western Aerosol Information Bureau is a regional association of companies involved with the production or marketing of aerosol products. The membership consists of approximately 55 companies, some small and independently owned, others nationally and internationally recognized.
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  • Consumer Specialty Product Association

    We are a business partner to approximately 250 companies seeking to collaborate with stakeholders on issues critical to the future of formulated products. We work directly with legislators, regulators, non-governmental organizations and retail partners to ensure the future of safe and effective products.
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  • Consumer Aerosol Products Council

    CAPCO is a nonprofit organization formed by aerosol product experts, manufacturers and industry scientists dedicated to providing accurate information about aerosol products. Information on this site is constructed to educate you about recycling aerosol products in your community, modern aerosol technology and how aerosol products interact with our environment.
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  • British Aerosol Manufacturers Association

    The British Aerosol Manufacturers' Association (BAMA) is a trade association which represents the UK aerosol industry. BAMA's membership covers every aspect of the aerosol sector ranging from component and ingredient suppliers to fillers, can makers and marketers. The Association offers a range of business support and technical advice as well as lobbying industry views to legislators and regulators.
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  • European Aerosol Federation

    The FEA (Fédération Européenne des Aérosols or European Aerosol Federation) was founded in 1959. Today it represents 18 European countries which include more than 350 companies active in the aerosol industry. These range from small and medium-sized enterprises (i.e. SMEs) to multinationals.
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  • Alliance for Consumer Education

    The Alliance for Consumer Education (ACE) educates consumers on the proper use, storage, and disposal of household and institutional products. ACE was created to educate consumers on the proper use, storage and disposal of household and institutional products. ACE operates within an educational environment to develop new curriculum, awareness campaigns, and training materials tailored to parents, teachers, and students across the country.
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  • Spray Technology and Marketing

    The worldwide authority in spray packaging.
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  • Steel Recycling Institute

    The Steel Recycling Institute (SRI) was established in late 1988 as the Steel Can Recycling Institute, a not-for-profit trade association with the mission of promoting and sustaining steel can recycling. With headquarters in Pittsburgh, PA, it was formed by eight North American steel companies and the American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI). The Institute's focus was a grassroots effort to implement steel can recycling in communities across North America.
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  • Graffiti Resource Council

    The Council shall provide information, education, and legislative assistance to help communities develop effective policies and comprehensive programs that prevent graffiti vandalism. To fulfill its purpose, the Council will conduct research; gather and evaluate information; develop comprehensive strategies, policies, and programs; and provide implementation assistance designed to eliminate graffiti vandalism and promote positive, innovative anti-graffiti strategies for communities.
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