By By Alex Lantier and Mike Riggs, The Associated Press article The chemical industry is a complex industry, filled with many stakeholders, from farmers to scientists to lobbyists.
But the most visible of those are the chemical companies, which own or have a major stake in the chemicals they use.
Chemical companies spend millions lobbying lawmakers and the public to promote their products and companies, sometimes with an eye toward protecting the health and safety of people who work with or in the process of manufacturing them.
The industry’s public relations machine has evolved over the years, but one thing has remained constant: the use of the term “chemical industry” to describe its members and the products they produce.
Chemical Industry archives have been a staple of the industry’s history.
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the Chemical Industry Association of America (CIAA) began keeping an inventory of the chemicals produced by each chemical company.
This is the source for this list of the most influential chemical companies in America, as compiled by the Chemical Manufacturers Association of the United States.
The Chemical Manufacturing Industry Association (CMIA) has long been an advocate for the industry and its products.
In 2011, CMIA published the first-ever Chemical Industry Archive, a collection of the chemical industry’s historical materials.
Since then, chemical industry groups have sought to use CMIAs archives as an important source of information for their members and constituents.
The list below is the list of chemical industry industries in the United