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Chicago Paint and Coatings Association Maggiano’s Oak Brook, Illinois February 15, 2011
Chemical Industry in Illinois Value of Chemical Shipments $29.9 billion Chemical Exports$5.83 billion Chemical Employment47,927 Average Annual Wage$81,400 Taxes Paid (State and Local)$402 million
Chemical Industry in Illinois 4 th Largest Chemical Manufacturing State 3 rd 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 earnings. 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 education – Incorporated as DACIAC 1964 – Incorporated as Chemical Industries Council of the Midwest
CICI History 1989 – Chemical Industry Council of Illinois (CICI) joined the ACC Federation 2011– CICI has 210 Total Members –109 Regular Members (including ACC, ACA, CSPA and Society of the Plastics Industry) –60 Associate Members –41 Affiliate Members
CICI REGULAR MEMBERS 3M Company Abbott Laboratories Afton Chemical Airgas Specialty Products Air Liquide Air Products & Chemicals Inc. AkzoNobel Surface Chemistry American Chemistry Council American Coatings Association Anderson & Associates LLC APCO Packaging Arkema Ashland Inc. Aux Sable L.P. Inc. BASF Basic Chemical Solutions Blue Island Phenol, LLC. Brenntag Great Lakes, LLC Cabot Corporation Calgon Carbon Corporation Cargill Carus Corporation CaterpillarCelanese CF Industries Chem Trade Logistics Chemtura CITGO Petroleum Corporation Clorox Cognis Corporation Consumer Specialty Products Assoc. Corn Products International DSM Desotech Daubert Industries, Inc. Diversified CPC International Dober Group The Dow Chemical Company Dow Agro Sciences E.I. DuPont & Co. Inc. Ecolab Ele-Pelron Corporation EMCO Chemical Distributors Emerald Performance Materials Enthone-OMI Inc. Evonik Goldschmidt Corporation ExxonMobil Chemical Company FBC Industries Inc. FMC Corporation Flint Hills Resources Forbo Adhesives, LLC GEA Farm Technologies GE Water & Process Technologies The Gillette Company Grace Davison W.R. Grace Company
CICI REGULAR MEMBERS GROWMARK, Inc. The HallStar Company Hentzen Coatings, Inc. Hexion Specialty Chemicals Honeywell International, Inc. Huntsman International LLC Hydrite Chemical Company Illinois Tool Works Inc. INEOS NOVA Innophos, Inc. International Titanium Powder A Cristal Global Company K.A. Steel Chemicals, Inc. KIK Custom Products KOPPERS, Inc. Lambent Technologies Linde Lonza Inc. Lubrizol Advanced Materials, Inc. LyondellBasell Industries Meadows Group Monsanto Company Morton Grove Pharmaceuticals, Inc. Nalco Company NuFarm Americas Occidental Chemical Corp. Olin Corporation Oxiteno USA LLC PolyOne Corporation The PQ Corporation PRAXAIR Inc. The Procter & Gamble Company Producers Chemical Company PVS Chemicals, Inc. Reckitt Benckiser Regis Technologies, Inc. Reichhold Chemicals Inc. Rentech Energy Midwest Rhodia Inc. Rowell Chemical Corporation SABIC Innovative Plastics Safety-Kleen Seeler Industries Solutia The Society of the Plastics Industry Solvay Fluorides LLC Stepan Company Sun Chemical Corporation Syngenta Crop Protection Unilever HPC USA Univar USA UOP LLC Utica Silicates VVF LLC Vantage Oleochemicals VERTEX CHEMICAL CORP. Viscofan USA, Inc.
CICI AFFILIATE MEMBERS Accu-Tech Electric, Inc. Adler Tank Rentals ADT Security Services Altom Transport, Inc. Ameren Bork Transport of Illinois Buzzi Unicem USA/Lone Star Ind. Canal Terminal CBSL Transportation Services, Inc. CL Coatings, LLC Clean Harbors Coal City Cob Co., Inc. Enbridge Energy Company Inc. Exelon Generation Gateway Warehouse Co., Inc. G & D Trucking/Hoffman Transportation General Iron Industries Great Lakes Terminal Transportation Heniff Transportation Systems, Inc. Heritage Environmental Services IMTT/Lemont Jensen-Souders Associates, Inc. John J. Pempek, Inc. Kinder Morgan Liquid Terminals Luckey Logistics Midwest Generation Midwest Maintenance & Industrial Inc. MKD Electric MKD Electric Navistar, Inc. Questar, Inc. Rain For Rent S & C Electric SET Environmental Siemens Building Technologies Transport Service Company Two J’s Industries Veolia Environmental Services Waste Management Westway Terminals Willis of Illinois, Inc.
CICI ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Admiral Environmental Services, Inc. AECOM AMS Environmental, Inc. AQUATERRA Environmental Solutions ARI Environmental Baker & McKenzie Barnes & Thornburg Bellande & Sargis Law Group, LLP Bradburne, Briller & Johnson, LLC Brown, Hay & Stephens, LLP Bureau Veritas North America, Inc. Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. Conestoga-Rovers & Associates DLA Piper US LLP Drinker Biddle & Reath Dykema ENVIRON International Corporation Environmental Monitoring & Tech. ERM, Inc. Fox Galvin GAIATECH, Inc. Hinshaw & Culbertson Hodge Dwyer & Driver Huff & Huff, Inc. Ice Miller LLP Jenner & Block Kestrel Management Services LLC Mayer Brown LLP McGuireWoods LLP Meckler Bulger Tilson Marick & Pearson Modular Process Control, LLC O’Keefe Lyons & Hynes PatrickEngineering Podlewski & Hanson P.C. RK & Associates, Inc. Rose Hill Communications Roux Associates Sage Environmental Consulting L.P. Schiff Hardin LLP Schuyler Roche & Crisham, P.C. Seyfarth Shaw Sidley Austin LLP Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal Inc. Thompson Coburn LLP Thorn & Associates Total Environmental Solutions, P.C. TRC Environmental Corporation Trinity Consultants Inc. URS Corp. Vedder Price P.C. Weaver Boos Consultants Wildman Harrold Allen & Dixon LLP
Benefits of Involvement Communication (Legisletter, Register Review, Update, etc.) Representation/Advocacy Resolving CICI Member Issues (Case Work Networking/Peer Group Development Continuing Education Units/Development Hours 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 unresolved) $1 billion in income tax refunds owed to Corporations (not included in 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 Replacement VOM Standards for Paint/Coating Products
“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.
Members Agribusiness Council of Indiana American Agriculture Movement Alter Barge Line, Inc. American Great Lakes Ports Association American Waterways Operators Blessey Marine Services Buckley Brothers Canal Barge Company, Inc. Canal Terminal Company Carus Corporation Cenex Harvest State Chemical Industry Council of Illinois Cherry Valley Enterprises Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce Chicago River Rowing & Paddling Center Chicago Water Taxi Conexus Indiana Logistics Council Great Lakes Maritime Task Force GROWMARK Hines-Furlong Lines
Members Illinois Association of Aggregate Producers Illinois Black Chamber of Commerce Illinois Corn Growers Association Illinois Energy Association Illinois Farm Bureau Illinois International Port District – Port of Chicago Illinois Manufacturers’ Association Illinois Marine Towing, Inc. Illinois Petroleum Council Illinois Soybean Association Indiana Petroleum Council Industrial Electrical Power and Control Contractors Ingram Barge International Longshoreman’s Association International Organization of Masters, Mates and Pilots Iowa Corn Growers Association Kindra Lake Towing Kirby Corporation Louisiana Chemical Council
Members Missouri Corn Growers Association Missouri Dairy Association Missouri Petroleum Council National Black Chamber of Commerce Missouri Petroleum Council National Corn Growers Association Northwest Indiana Forum Ohio Chemistry Technology Council Ports of Indiana Rowell Chemical Seafarers International Union Shoreline Sightseeing Three Rivers Manufacturers’ Association Tennessee Corn Growers Association United States Steel Corporation Waterways Council Wendella Sightseeing Wisconsin Agribusiness Council, Inc. 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
20 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 sew age.
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:www.cicil.net Des Plaines Office 1400 E. Touhy Ave., Suite 110 Des Plaines, IL / / (fax) Lisa Frede, Director of Regulatory Affairs Nancy Heitman, Office Manager Springfield Office 400 W. Monroe, Suite 205 Springfield, IL / / (fax) Mark Biel, Executive Director Brad Babcook, Director of Legislative Affairs