The European Chlorinated Solvents Association (ECSA) enhances its visibility with a new website

Monday, February 2, 2015

ECSA is pleased to announce the launch of its new website designed with a fresh new look and more user-friendly navigation.

Our goal was to improve our visibility so we decided to have a platform completely dedicated to chlorinated solvents and distinct from the Euro Chlor website.

ECSA new site

The new site is divided into four main sections:

  • About chlorinated solvents: giving more details about the properties and applications of the three main chlorinated solvents: Methylene Chloride, Perchloroethylene and Trichloroethylene.
  • Safety and Technology: visit the popular online toolbox freely accessible via the ECSA website to provide users of chlorinated solvents with information about safe & sustainable product use.
  • Regulatory Compliance:  providing details of European and National laws that govern the production, use and recycling & disposal of chlorinated solvents.
  • Sustainability: ECSA started its sustainability programme in 2007 to guide responsible production, distribution, use and end-of-life management of chlorinated solvents.

Updated with the latest information about our products and with its new optimized navigation structure, you will find more easily the information you are looking for. 

We hope you will enjoy our new site http://www.chlorinated-solvents.eu

If you have questions, comments or suggestions please send them to us.

Further information:

Sébastien Gallet
ECSA Manager
Avenue E Van Nieuwenhuyse 4
B-1160 Brussels, belgium
Tel: +32 2 676 72 28
mailto: sga@cefic.be

Footnote to Editors

The European Chlorinated Solvents Association ECSA is a part of the Industry Association Euro Chlor and represents the interests of the European chlorinated solvent producers. ECSA works to support the long-term sustainability of the chlorinated solvent industry. The association defines and promotes safety practices as well as commissions toxicological studies to further increase the correct and safe use of the products.

ECSA members are AkzoNobel Industrial Chemicals, Dow Chemicals, Ineos, Solvay, and Spolchemie