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2012-01-01

NACE News : NACE and ISO—Working Collaboratively When Global Standards Acceptance is Critical

Recently, NACE members have inquired about NACE's collaborative work on standards development with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). This page includes a number of resources to provide you with information about these efforts starting with a letter from TCC Chair Brian Saldanha.


If you have additional questions about this topic, please send them to tcc-chair@nace.org

  • Mitigating Corrosion to Extend the Life of Concrete Structures

    Disintegrating and deteriorating concrete is a major issue contributing to North America’s infrastructure crisis and infrastructure issues worldwide. Corrosion of concrete affects roadways and bridges, as well as buildings, dams, pipes and boats.

  • NACE International Members Bring Corrosion Control Message to Capitol Hill

    NACE members from across the United States came to Washington, DC last week for NACE International’s annual legislative fly-in. Participants met with legislators to raise awareness of the costly effects of corrosion and the importance of corrosion control. The two-day event focused on informing legislators of the reasons why corrosion prevention language is necessary in the upcoming Highway Bill.

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  • NACE International signs MOA with U.S. Commerce Department to address corrosion in Asia Pacific region May 6, 2015

    This week NACE International CEO, Bob Chalker, and Margaret Hanson-Muse, Minister Counselor for Commercial Affairs and Regional Senior Commercial Officer – Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) met in Houston, Texas to sign a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA). The purpose of the MOA between the International Trade Administration (ITA), U.S. Department of Commerce represented by The U.S. Commercial Service in ASEAN, and NACE International is to further programs to advance research and use of best practices and state of the art technologies to prevent and control corrosion, and to encourage U.S. businesses interested in exporting and foreign businesses interested in investing in the U.S. to seek the assistance of the ITA.

  • NACE International and DECHEMA Bring Corrosion Education to Europe April 23, 2015

    Leaders from NACE International and DECHEMA Gesellschaft für Chemische Technik und Biotechnologie e.V. (Society for Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology) met during NACE International’s annual conference and expo in Dallas to formalize a partnership agreement to deliver NACE Education classes in specific European territories.

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