Chlorine chemistry is in action all over the world
It may be hard to believe, but one out of every ten people in the world does not have access to reliable, safe drinking water. Thankfully, many organizations are working hard to bring the benefits of chlorine chemistry to people everywhere through innovative projects and initiatives.
This organization works to increase sustainable access to safe drinking water in underserved communities and areas ravaged by natural disasters. It supports projects that promote the use of chlorine-based disinfectants to help prevent waterborne disease, improve quality of life, and promote sustainable development around the globe.
Formed in 1993, the World Chlorine Council brings together men and women of the chlorine industry from all over the world to promote health, safety, and environmental best practices and to make the benefits of chlorine chemistry more readily available to communities everywhere. The World Chlorine Council enjoys non-government organization consultative status with the United Nation’s Economic and Social Council.
Known as C4, this organization is an alliance of Canadian chlor-alkali companies devoted to the responsible use of chlorine chemistry. C4’s vision is the responsible and sustainable use of chlorine chemistry resulting in societal benefit recognized by the public.