ARLINGTON, Va. - Green technologies, major new products, regulatory trends, cost-efficient processing innovations and dozens of significant polyurethane chemistry developments will be discussed, debated and disclosed by more than 1,200 scientists, engineers, manufacturers and business leaders from around the world at the Polyurethanes 2007 Technical Conference Sept. 24-26 at The Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. Sponsored by Center for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI) of the American Chemistry Council, formerly Alliance for the Polyurethanes Industry, this year’s Conference is being staged in partnership with the UTECH North America Exhibition to create an impressive global event with 100 technical papers, more than 90 exhibitors, educational seminars and two panel discussions on transportation issues and crisis preparedness.

The Polyurethanes 2007 Technical Conference, in partnership with UTECH North America Exhibition, will feature 19 technical and two issue-oriented sessions in all, with many additional poster presentations on breakthrough technologies, developing markets and product innovations.

For more information about CPI and the Polyurethanes 2007 Technical Conference, contact CPI at 703-741-5103 or visit www.polyurethane.org.