The FEA was founded in 1959.
Today, it represents 18 European countries which include more than 500 companies active in the aerosol industry. These range from small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to multinationals. FEA has also corresponding members worldwide.
The National Aerosol Association (NAA) is dedicated to the promotion and protection of the aerosol package. It encourages expanded use of aerosol products through pro-active public relations that enumerate the merits of the aerosol package, such as being environmentally desirable, economical, hygienic, tamper-proof, and highly efficient.
Our goal is to help members get easy access to pertinent information about the aerosol industry as well as information about our meetings and golf outing.
The Western Aerosol Information Bureau is a regional association of companies involved with the production or marketing of aerosol products. . Our organization charter addresses the necessity for providing objective information predicated upon scientific data to the public, our members, the media, regulatory and government bodies regarding aerosol products..
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The Consumer Aerosol Products Council (CAPCO) is a non profit 501(c)(3) educational foundation sponsored by the aerosol products industry. CAPCO provides accurate information on aerosol product technology, consumer benefits and environmental impact that is useful to teachers, consumers and the media.
The Midwest Aerosol Association was founded in 1971 as the Aerosol Industry Development Association to provide a meeting place for people involved with the aerosol industry in the Midwestern United States.
ACA is a voluntary, nonprofit organization working to advance the needs of the paint and coatings industry and the professionals who work in it. Through advocacy of the industry and its positions on legislative, regulatory, and judicial issues at the federal, state and local levels, it acts as an effective ally ensuring that the industry is represented and fairly considered.
The Aerosol Products Division membership represents more than 80 percent of the current U.S. domestic aerosol industry's production capacity. The Division provides leadership on critical issues confronting the aerosol industry, and recommends positions on emerging aerosol-related matters of interest to the Association.