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Chemical Strategies Partnership



The Chemical Strategies Partnership (CSP) seeks to reduce chemical use, waste, risks, and cost through the transformation of the chemical supply chain by redefining the way chemicals are used and sold. CSP works with manufacturing companies to help redefine the way they purchase and manage their chemicals. In this new model, manufacturers shift away from a traditional supplier relationship to a strategic alliance with a chemical service provider. Instead of purchasing chemicals, the manufacturer purchases chemical services: assistance in purchasing, managing, and tracking chemicals. This shift to chemical services directly aligns the incentives of the service provider and manufacturer to reduce chemical use and costs.
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Address:
423 Washington Street, 4th Floor
Pittsburgh , PA 94111
USA
Contact Person: Michelle Sargent
Phone: (415) 421-3405
Fax: (415) 421-3304
E-Mail: michelle@chemicalstrategies.org
Website: http://www.chemicalstrategies.org
   


Detailed Information:
The Chemical Strategies Partnership (CSP) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization based in San Francisco, CA. The Pew Charitable Trusts (Pew) established CSP in June 1996 with additional support from the Heinz Endowments.

CSP is a project of The Trust for Conservation Innovation based in San Francisco, California. The Trust provides a nonprofit administrative and financial management platform for projects working to transform public and private enterprises into sustainable operations that conserve and protect the environment.

CSP helps companies to:

* Reduce the use and release of toxic chemicals and quantify these reductions

* Promote CMS as an economic and environmental best practice in manufacturing

* Empower customers and suppliers to recognize the true costs of chemical use


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