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The American Composites Manufacturers Association, a trade group representing the composites industry, has named Steven Balogh to its volunteer board of directors.
For example, the American Composites Manufacturers Association has conducted a webinar explaining the content of the RoC pertaining to styrene, possible impact on the industry, clarifying the facts about styrene and cancer, and ACMA plans for opposing the designation and helping its members.
composites fabricators to meet the federal environmental requirement, according to Bob Lacovara, technical director of the American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA), Arlington, Va.
Polyurethane-based composites are making significant commercial advances, as illustrated by new applications in decking and electrical utility poles that were unveiled at the recent Composites 2005 show in Columbus, Ohio, sponsored by the American Composites Manufacturers Association.
So-called "smart" materials that change their stiffness or other properties based on environmental triggers will be the new stars in composites for infrastructure applications like bridges, predicts Bob Lacovara, director of technical services for the American Composites Manufacturers Association, Arlington, Va.
American Composites Manufacturers Association, Columbus Convention Center, Columbus, Ohio (703-525-0511)
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