WASHINGTON—The longest-running polyurethanes technical gathering in North America is set to resume as an in-person event Oct. 4-6 in Denver.
The 63rd Polyurethanes Technical Conference, organized by the Center for the Polyurethanes Industry, will focus on the latest innovations and biggest issues facing the industry. The conference will be at the Gaylord Rockies Resort and Convention Center.
"The annual CPI Polyurethanes Technical Conference is widely recognized for bringing together the very best in expertise, innovation and networking," said Lee Salamone, senior director for CPI. "With optimism for the new year, we look forward to continuing the tradition of providing professionals with an exceptional opportunity to learn and collaborate so that they can continue advancing and modernizing polyurethane applications and helping ensure a safe and sustainable future."
CPI is accepting technical paper and poster abstracts for the conference. The deadline is Feb. 3 for technical papers and Aug. 6 for poster abstracts.
Should there be any changes to this in-person event, they will be posted at polyurethane.americanchemistry.com/.
The CPI of the American Chemistry Council promotes the growth of the North American polyurethanes industry through advocacy, benefits of sustainable outcomes and creation of safety education and product stewardship programs.
Its members include suppliers, producers and distributors of polyurethane products.