Neeva-Gayle A. Candelori is the Director of the
Center for the Polyurethanes Industry of the American Chemistry Council. She
holds a B.A. degree in economics from the University of Maryland.
Bringing over 15 years of plastics industry experience to this role, she worked
for leading chemical and plastic industry trade associations. Prior to joining
the American Chemistry Council, she held positions at The Society of the
Plastics Industry and The American Plastics Council. Her prior roles involved
managing industry issues for the vinyl, color and additives and the healthcare
sectors. She also serves as international advisory to the board of the Korean
From rain and hail to sunlight and temperature extremes, a strong roof must endure a variety of conditions and last a long time. For roofing systems, high-pressure, closed-cell spray polyurethane foam (SPF) has become a popular choice due to its durability, and if installed properly, its ability to create a surface that resists permeation by water.