Chemical Industry Council of Illinois - Chicago Paint and Coatings

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					Chicago Paint and Coatings
     Oak Brook, Illinois
     February 15, 2011
 Chemical Industry in Illinois
Value of Chemical Shipments    $29.9 billion

Chemical Exports               $5.83 billion

Chemical Employment            47,927

Average Annual Wage            $81,400

Taxes Paid (State and Local)   $402 million
 Chemical Industry in Illinois
4th Largest Chemical Manufacturing State
3rd Largest Manufacturing Sector in Illinois
Bulk of the industry is located along waterways
247,665 people employed in supplying the
business of chemistry
1.81 million Illinois employees in other industries
depend on chemical products or 31.1% of all jobs
in Illinois. These jobs generate $85.6 billion in
726 manufacturing facilities and 877
establishments involved in distribution
         CICI History
1951 – Drug and Chemical Industries
Activities Committee (DACIAC)
formed (16 companies with main
objective to promote excellence in
1956 – Incorporated as DACIAC
1964 – Incorporated as Chemical
Industries Council of the Midwest
           CICI History
1989 – Chemical Industry Council of
Illinois (CICI) joined the ACC
2011– CICI has 210 Total Members
– 109 Regular Members (including ACC,
  ACA, CSPA and Society of the Plastics
– 60 Associate Members
– 41 Affiliate Members
         CICI Objectives
– Legislation
– Regulation
– Safety/Security
– Education
                                  CITGO Petroleum Corporation
  3M Company                      Clorox
  Abbott Laboratories             Cognis Corporation
  Afton Chemical                  Consumer Specialty Products Assoc.
  Airgas Specialty Products       Corn Products International
  Air Liquide                     DSM Desotech
  Air Products & Chemicals Inc.   Daubert Industries, Inc.
  AkzoNobel Surface Chemistry     Diversified CPC International
  American Chemistry Council      Dober Group
  American Coatings Association   The Dow Chemical Company
  Anderson & Associates LLC       Dow Agro Sciences
  APCO Packaging                  E.I. DuPont & Co. Inc.
  Arkema                          Ecolab
  Ashland Inc.                    Ele-Pelron Corporation
  Aux Sable L.P. Inc.             EMCO Chemical Distributors
  BASF                            Emerald Performance Materials
  Basic Chemical Solutions        Enthone-OMI Inc.
  Blue Island Phenol, LLC.        Evonik Goldschmidt Corporation
  Brenntag Great Lakes, LLC       ExxonMobil Chemical Company
  Cabot Corporation               FBC Industries Inc.
  Calgon Carbon Corporation       FMC Corporation
  Cargill                         Flint Hills Resources
  Carus Corporation               Forbo Adhesives, LLC
  Caterpillar                     GEA Farm Technologies
  Celanese                        GE Water & Process Technologies
  CF Industries                   The Gillette Company
  Chem Trade Logistics            Grace Davison
  Chemtura                        W.R. Grace Company
CICI REGULAR MEMBERS                   PolyOne Corporation
  GROWMARK, Inc.                       The PQ Corporation
  The HallStar Company                 PRAXAIR Inc.
  Hentzen Coatings, Inc.               The Procter & Gamble Company
  Hexion Specialty Chemicals           Producers Chemical Company
  Honeywell International, Inc.        PVS Chemicals, Inc.
  Huntsman International LLC           Reckitt Benckiser
  Hydrite Chemical Company             Regis Technologies, Inc.
  Illinois Tool Works Inc.             Reichhold Chemicals Inc.
  INEOS NOVA                           Rentech Energy Midwest
  Innophos, Inc.                       Rhodia Inc.
  International Titanium Powder        Rowell Chemical Corporation
            A Cristal Global Company   SABIC Innovative Plastics
  K.A. Steel Chemicals, Inc.           Safety-Kleen
  KIK Custom Products                  Seeler Industries
  KOPPERS, Inc.                        Solutia
  Lambent Technologies                 The Society of the Plastics Industry
  Linde                                Solvay Fluorides LLC
  Lonza Inc.                           Stepan Company
  Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc.    Sun Chemical Corporation
  LyondellBasell Industries            Syngenta Crop Protection
  Meadows Group                        Unilever HPC USA
  Monsanto Company                     Univar USA
  Morton Grove Pharmaceuticals, Inc.   UOP LLC
  Nalco Company                        Utica Silicates
  NuFarm Americas                      VVF LLC
  Occidental Chemical Corp.            Vantage Oleochemicals
  Olin Corporation                     VERTEX CHEMICAL CORP.
  Oxiteno USA LLC                      Viscofan USA, Inc.

  Accu-Tech Electric, Inc.     Gateway Warehouse Co.,    Midwest Maintenance &
  Adler Tank Rentals           Inc.                      Industrial Inc.
  ADT Security Services        G & D Trucking/Hoffman    MKD Electric
                               Transportation            Navistar, Inc.
  Altom Transport , Inc.
                               General Iron Industries   Questar, Inc.
                               Great Lakes Terminal      Rain For Rent
  Bork Transport of Illinois   Transportation
  Buzzi Unicem USA/Lone                                  S & C Electric
                               Heniff Transportation     SET Environmental
  Star Ind.                    Systems, Inc.
  Canal Terminal                                         Siemens Building
                               Heritage Environmental    Technologies
  CBSL Transportation          Services
  Services, Inc.                                         Transport Service
                               IMTT/Lemont               Company
  CL Coatings, LLC             Jensen-Souders
  Clean Harbors                                          Two J’s Industries
                               Associates, Inc.
  Coal City Cob Co., Inc.                                Veolia Environmental
                               John J. Pempek, Inc.      Services
  Enbridge Energy              Kinder Morgan Liquid
  Company Inc.                                           Waste Management
  Exelon Generation                                      Westway Terminals
                               Luckey Logistics
                                                         Willis of Illinois, Inc.
                               Midwest Generation
                            ENVIRON International        RK & Associates, Inc.
  Admiral Environmental
                            Corporation                  Rose Hill Communications
  Services, Inc.
  AECOM                     Environmental Monitoring &   Roux Associates
                            Tech.                        Sage Environmental
  AMS Environmental, Inc.
                            ERM, Inc.                    Consulting L.P.
  AQUATERRA Environmental
  Solutions                 Fox Galvin                   Schiff Hardin LLP
  ARI Environmental         GAIATECH, Inc.               Schuyler Roche & Crisham,
  Baker & McKenzie          Hinshaw & Culbertson         P.C.
  Barnes & Thornburg        Hodge Dwyer & Driver         Seyfarth Shaw
  Bellande & Sargis Law     Huff & Huff, Inc.            Sidley Austin LLP
  Group, LLP                Ice Miller LLP               Sonnenschein Nath &
  Bradburne, Briller &      Jenner & Block               Rosenthal Inc.
  Johnson, LLC              Kestrel Management           Thompson Coburn LLP
  Brown, Hay & Stephens,    Services LLC                 Thorn & Associates
  LLP                       Mayer Brown LLP              Total Environmental
  Bureau Veritas North      McGuireWoods LLP             Solutions, P.C.
  America, Inc.             Meckler Bulger Tilson        TRC Environmental
  Civil & Environmental     Marick & Pearson             Corporation
  Consultants, Inc.         Modular Process Control,     Trinity Consultants Inc.
  Conestoga-Rovers &        LLC                          URS Corp.
  Associates                O’Keefe Lyons & Hynes        Vedder Price P.C.
  DLA Piper US LLP          PatrickEngineering           Weaver Boos Consultants
  Drinker Biddle & Reath    Podlewski & Hanson P.C.      Wildman Harrold Allen &
  Dykema                                                 Dixon LLP
    Benefits of Involvement
Communication (Legisletter, Register
Review, Update, etc.)
Resolving CICI Member Issues (Case Work
Networking/Peer Group Development
Continuing Education Units/Development
Assistance with job placement
2 Offices with Full Time Staff (Des Plaines
& Springfield)
Quality of Staff
          State of Illinois
$16 billion deficit
$7 billion Structural Budget Deficit (out of
$27 billion General Revenue Fund)
$8 billion in short-term debt (still
$1 billion in income tax refunds owed to
Corporations (not included in deficit)
@$150 billion shortfall in state-funded
pensions (teachers, municipal, state,
university, etc…)
    Current & Future Issues
Income Tax Increase
Elimination of Net Loss Carryover

Tenaska Project – Electricity Rate Increase
TSCA-Type Regulation at State Level
Chemical Bans – BPA, Flame Retardants,
Phthalates, Atrazine
Asian Carp/Chicago Waterway System
      Paint Specific Issues
Tax/Fee on Paint for HHW Collection
Product Take Back – Manufacturers/Retailers
Tax/Fee on Paint for Lead Abatement
Tax/Fee on Paint for Window
VOM Standards for Paint/Coating
            “UnLock Our Jobs” Coalition
Un-Lock Our Jobs was founded to protect the uninterrupted operation of the “Avenue
of the America’s” – the essential waterway connection between the Great Lakes and
the Mississippi River corridor.

A project of the Chemical Industry Council of Illinois, Un-Lock Our Jobs is a coalition
of agriculture, business, labor, river communities, and concerned citizens working
towards a comprehensive solution to stop the spread of Asian Carp, while leaving the
Chicago locks open to commerce.

The potential migration of Asian Carp into the Great Lakes is a serious problem that
needs to be addressed. Our members support the ongoing robust effort by federal
and state agencies to educate the public about this threat, develop scientific and
ecological solutions to control the Asian Carp population, improve existing barriers,
and erect new barriers designed to prevent further migration.
Agribusiness Council of Indiana   Cenex Harvest State
American Agriculture Movement     Chemical Industry Council of Illinois
Alter Barge Line, Inc.            Cherry Valley Enterprises
American Great Lakes Ports        Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce
    Association                   Chicago River Rowing & Paddling
American Waterways Operators         Center
Blessey Marine Services           Chicago Water Taxi
Buckley Brothers                  Conexus Indiana Logistics Council
Canal Barge Company, Inc.         Great Lakes Maritime Task Force
Canal Terminal Company            GROWMARK
Carus Corporation                 Hines-Furlong Lines
Illinois Association of Aggregate       Indiana Petroleum Council
     Producers                          Industrial Electrical Power and Control
Illinois Black Chamber of Commerce          Contractors
Illinois Corn Growers Association       Ingram Barge
Illinois Energy Association             International Longshoreman’s
Illinois Farm Bureau Illinois               Association
International Port District – Port of   International Organization of Masters,
     Chicago                                Mates and Pilots
Illinois Manufacturers’ Association     Iowa Corn Growers Association
Illinois Marine Towing, Inc.            Kindra Lake Towing
Illinois Petroleum Council              Kirby Corporation
Illinois Soybean Association            Louisiana Chemical Council
Missouri Corn Growers Association    Seafarers International Union
Missouri Dairy Association           Shoreline Sightseeing
Missouri Petroleum Council           Three Rivers Manufacturers’
National Black Chamber of Commerce      Association
Missouri Petroleum Council           Tennessee Corn Growers Association
National Corn Growers Association    United States Steel Corporation
Northwest Indiana Forum              Waterways Council
Ohio Chemistry Technology Council    Wendella Sightseeing
Ports of Indiana                     Wisconsin Agribusiness Council, Inc.
Rowell Chemical                      Wisconsin Retail Council
                                     Wisconsin Petroleum Council
                   Key Tenants
Recognizing this valuable contribution to our region and the larger
U.S. economy, we support the protection of American jobs by:

1) Keeping the Chicago Area Waterway System open to business,
through “on demand” lock operation

2) A comprehensive multi-tiered solution that maximizes control and
prevention efforts targeting Asian Carp

3) Fully funding ongoing efforts to address the spread of Asian Carp
Chicago Sanitary & Ship Canal
The Chicago Sanitary & Ship Canal (CSSC) forms a unique, man-
made link between the Great Lakes drainage basin and the
Mississippi River drainage basin.
The CAWS must remain open for several reasons:
FLOODING: During heavy rains, the CAWS acts as a drainage
outlet for excess water-it is the stormwater detention system for the
City of Chicago.
ECONOMIC PROSPERITY: Multiple businesses and industries are
dependent upon the CAWS for transportation of goods and services.
HEALTH: The CAWS acts as a means of transportation for treated

       Coalition Activities
Public Relations Effort
Grassroots Development
Government Affairs
Scientific Panel – Ecological Barriers
Legal Effort
Economic Impact Study
          CICI Offices and Staff Information
                      CICI Website:   
Des Plaines Office
1400 E. Touhy Ave., Suite 110
Des Plaines, IL 60018
847/544-5999 (fax)

Lisa Frede, Director of Regulatory Affairs
Nancy Heitman, Office Manager

Springfield Office
400 W. Monroe, Suite 205
Springfield, IL 62704
217/522-5815 (fax)

Mark Biel, Executive Director
Brad Babcook, Director of Legislative Affairs

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