IHS Senior Director/Global Inorganics Steve Brien, CI's luncheon speaker at CI's Annual Meeting, shares his positive outlook for the chlor-alkali industry, and CI President Frank Reiner explains the link between CI's safety mission and economic growth.
Safety is a core value for the members of CI, and the 33 leading safety facilities in North America were honored with the Chairman's Safety Excellence Award at this years CI Annual Meeting. The full list is included.
CI President Frank Reiner explains why the Institute supports the shippers’ plea for liability fairness in the case against Canadian Pacific Railway that is now before the Canadian Transportation Agency. (Ottawa's The Hill Times, Monday, April 8, 2013, p.26. CI’s comments begin in the next-to-last paragraph of the third column.)
The Chlorine Institute filed comments affirming its strong support for efforts by several of its members to restore liability fairness to rail transportation of chlorine and other chemicals by Canadian Pacific (CP).
In the last few months, there’s been a renewed flurry of misleading and false statements about the Chlorine Institute Emergency Kit “C” (C-Kit) by TGO Technologies, a company currently marketing its own secondary containment product. At this time, there have been no recorded sales of that product.
Emergency responders across the nation, who face real risks every day, deserve to know they can continue to rely on the C-Kit and proven response procedures.
PHMSA reviewed TGO claims at CIs request. PHMSA determined that the TGO design is not approved for use under the regulations.