CHEMNET

AcronymDefinition
CHEMNETChemical Industry Emergency Mutual Aid Network
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"Everyone that sells chemicals and deals with chemicals, even truck drivers, uses a nationwide ChemNet line they can call and say they have a spill," says Gill Johnson, an environmental safety manager with Amfuel Inc.
Our network is part of Chemical Bank's "Chemnet" a centrally managed voice/data network supporting approximately 20000 terminals and peripherals worldwide.
In light of these developments, 500 key industry stakeholders will converge on the 6th Independent Refineries China Summit organised by China Chemnet from the 24-26 April 2013 in Zhoushan, China, to discuss issues and opportunities as a result of this growth.
SpilTech also will remain the only company in the state to be licensed as an environmental contractor, and the only Arkansas company accredited by the Washington, D.C.-based CHEMNET, an emergency telephone referral system for environmental cleanup companies.
In fact, the service has been expanded since the company joined ChemNet, an emergency response program operated by the Chemical Manufacturers Association.