CPMA's issues committees identify key topics impacting the color pigments industry, formulate strategies to achieve industry objectives, and proactively engage in the advocacy process through formal comments, meetings with legislators and regulators, and coalition-building with downstream customer industry associations.
The General Issues Committee, Organic Pigments Committee and Inorganic Pigments Committee meet quarterly to analyze the economic and regulatory impact of proposed laws and regulations of interest to the color pigments industry and its value chain stakeholders. The committees focus on everything from environment, public health, customer and supply chain standards to international trade, worker health & safety, color product standards, global compliance trends, business regulatory value chain, among others. Committees engage on select topics with Environment & Climate Change Canada, Health Canada, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Food & Drug Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Small Business Administration, state government agencies, state legislatures and U.S. Congress to facilitate positive solutions to emerging and long-term public policy.
Be part of of the industry voice and promote solutions to regulatory challenges facing your company by joining CPMA and actively participating in one or more of our issues committees.
The General Issues Committee focuses on a wide range of issues affecting the color pigments industry as a whole. Key objectives of the committee include:
The Organic Pigments Committee is charged with addressing public policy issues impacting organic pigments. Key objectives of the committee include:
The Inorganic Pigments Committee focuses on public policy issues impacting inorganic pigments. Key objectives include:
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