Alabama Chemical Industry Awards Winners 2017 – Alabama Chemical Industries Association (ACIA) article Alabama has a long and proud history in the chemical industry.
The first industrial chemical manufacturing company in the state was the Alabama Chemical Manufacturing Company (ACMC), founded in 1874.
It made its name by making the first industrial chemicals in Alabama, namely chemicals that were made from lead, sulfuric acid and water, but that weren’t toxic or dangerous.
As of 2018, the state has more than 10,000 companies, including more than 3,000 in the energy sector, according to the Alabama Department of Energy.
A year ago, Alabama had nearly 1,100 companies operating in the chemicals industry, with an average of 10,300 employees.
The state also had nearly 7,600 chemical plants.
In 2017, the American Chemistry Council (ACC) awarded Alabama a $2.3 million award for the state’s top award in the industrial chemical industry – Industrial Chemicals Manufacturing Company of the Year.
In addition, Alabama was awarded a $5.5 million award by the American Chemical Society (ACS) for its top award for its Industrial Chemistry Excellence Award, which is awarded annually to industry leaders who demonstrate their commitment to environmental stewardship, innovation, and innovation-driven research.
Another award given in 2018 was $1.2 million from the Alabama Chamber of Commerce for its award for Excellence in Business Development.
In the 2017 ACS Awards, Alabama came in at #2 for its industry recognition.
Other Alabama companies that received industry awards included the Birmingham, Alabama-based Dade County Chemical, which made more than $2 million in sales for the past five years, and the Birmingham-based National Chemical Company, which makes about 1,500 pounds of chemical products each year for its customers.
In 2018, Alabama earned the second-highest industry honor, according a report released by the ACS in 2017.
The ACS reported that Alabama was a leader in chemical-related innovation, with companies in the industry producing nearly 730 chemical products in 2018.
The company’s products were used to make and sell food, household products, and other household products in the U.S. and around the world.
The report also highlighted Alabama’s strong work to expand its industrial chemical sector, as well as its state-wide efforts to improve access to health and environmental resources.
The Alabama Chemical Industrial Co-op, which operates more than 300 plants across Alabama, has more employees than any other company in Alabama and employs more than 5,500 people, according the ACS.
The co-op was founded in 2011 and serves as a catalyst for industrial chemical innovation in the region, according ACIA.
The organization has awarded more than a dozen industry awards since its inception, including its 2017 Industrial Chemists of the year award, and it has also received more than 400 awards in the past seven years.
The association also has received several awards for the advancement of the chemical-industry in Alabama.
The Association for Industrial Chemical Co-ops of Alabama (AICCA) was founded by the Industrial Chemical Manufacturing Co-Op of Alabama and the Alabama Co-operative, which was founded on the foundation of industrial co-ops in Alabama as a way to strengthen the industry and bring more industry jobs to the state.
The AICCA is the only industrial coop in the nation to be accredited by the National Accreditation Council for Industrial Chemical Education.
The ACCA has awarded over $8 million in industry awards and awards have been given to the largest industrial coops in the country.
Other awards given to Alabama industries include $3.8 million for the Industrial Chemist’s Foundation and the AICAC and $2,500 for the American Association of Chemical Contractors.
In order to be eligible for these awards, a co-operative must have a total of 50 employees and have an annual sales of $2 billion or more.
The industrial cooperatives also have to provide at least $500,000 for an employee housing benefit.
Alabama’s Industrial Chemical Industry was also named a member of the United States Chemical Industry Association (USCIA) in 2018, which recognizes the state for its contribution to the advancement and growth of the industry.
Alabama received $1 million from USCIA in 2017 for the association’s annual awards for industry.
In 2016, the USCIA awarded Alabama an industry award for industry progress.
Other states in the United, and across the country, also have an active industrial chemical industrial cooperative industry.
For example, the U,S.
Department of Commerce awarded Alabama $8.5-million in 2019 for its ongoing efforts to promote the co-operation of the state- and country-wide chemical industry and its impact on the economy, the economy of Alabama, and jobs.
The award recognizes Alabama’s contributions to the chemical co-operatives industry, and is a key part of the Department’s efforts to strengthen our industries.