The American Chemistry Council’s North American Flame Retardant Alliance (NAFRA) was formed in March 2011 to serve as the lead advocacy organization in North America for flame retardant producers and users.

In addition to promoting the safe and effective use of flame retardants, NAFRA’s mission includes:

  • actively promoting responsible methods for developing and handling current and new flame retardants;
  • supporting sustainable stewardship for flame retardants;
  • establishing a dialogue with policymakers, industry representatives and other stakeholders on issues concerning flame retardants;
  • and expanding the existing knowledge about flame retardants.

NAFRA’s members represent the world’s leading producers and users of a variety of flame retardants. Membership is open to producers, distributors and companies that use flame retardants in their own equipment or product, and related trade associations.

Flame Retardant Facts

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“Flame Retardant Facts

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TBBPA Exposure and Proposition 65

NAFRA has developed a workbook and additional information to help guide businesses about TBBPA and Proposition 65. For more information, or to receive a copy of the workbook, please contact ACC at–include “TBBPA Exposure Workbook” in the subject line.

“TBBPA Exposure Workbook

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