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CSPA Opens Up Ingredients Dictionary to Distributor Listings

April 22, 2013

For the past few years, the Consumer Specialty Products Association (CSPA) has been developing its Consumer Products Ingredient Dictionary to serve as a technical resource for companies that market consumer specialty products and assist in their voluntary ingredient communication efforts. The publication, which currently lists nearly 500 ingredient names, will now allow chemical distributors to be listed along with the ingredient monographs they supply. To be included in the dictionary as chemical supplier, companies must complete the special distributor application and apply. Distributor applications can be downloaded online.


 
The Second Update to the Second Edition of the dictionary will be released in June, 2013. The deadline for applications to be included in the next update of the dictionary is May 3, 2013.


 
For more information, visit CSPA online or contact the CSPA Dictionary editor, D. Douglas Fratz at (202) 833-7304.
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