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Intervention in Chemical Transport Emergencies (ICE)

Intervention in Chemical Transport Emergencies (ICE)

ICE is a co-operative programme, set up to provide in the event of an incident information, practical help and, if necessary and possible, appropriate equipment to the competent emergency authorities by the chemical industry in order to minimise any adverse effects. National ICE schemes exist for many European countries.

Complementing product specific schemes provided through Cefic sector groups exist for titanium tetrachloride, diisocyanates, acrylonitrile, bromine and ethylene oxide.  



Contact: Jos Verlinden

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