• NACE equips society to protect people, assets and
    the environment from the adverse effects of corrosion.


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  • New Report Identifies Corrosion as Major Threat to Public Health

    NACE International, the nonprofit association and leading resource for corrosion expertise and education, today released its Spotlight on Corrosion Report: The Critical Need for Corrosion Management in the Water Treatment Sector.

  • NACE International Launches New, Free WaterCorr Publication

    New tri-annual publication provides corrosion news and information for the water and wastewater sector.

  • NACE International Welcomes IUPAT DC 88 Training Facility To Houston

    NACE International is pleased to welcome the International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (IUPAT) to the Houston community as it formally opens its DC 88 training facility today. We commend IUPAT’s decision not only to build this world-class facility, but especially its choice to do it here in Houston where there is so much demand for high quality education and training in finishing trades. 

  • How can we prevent another bridge collapse like the one in Genoa?

    In the past decade there have been countless infrastructure failures caused by corrosion, from expensive inconveniences like neighborhood water main breaks to catastrophic incidents like the Flint, Michigan water crisis, the Kalamazoo pipeline spill, and the recent collapse of the Morandi Bridge in Genoa, Italy.

  • NACE brings networking, technical exchange to regional corrosion conferences

    It’s a menace that knows no geographical bounds: from offshore oil rigs and wind farms to pipelines spanning state and national borders, corrosion jeopardizes assets in every industry and community worldwide.

  • NACE International statement on congressional support for corrosion control

    Today, Rep. Pete Olson (R-TX) sent a letter, co-signed by seven colleagues, to Department of Transportation (DOT) Secretary Elaine Chao. The letter references language that was passed in the DOT Appropriations Act of 2018, and requests the U.S. DOT consult with state transportation departments to ensure that contractors and subcontractors on bridge projects are utilizing industry best practices to prevent, mitigate, and control corrosion.

  • NACE International praises House bipartisan passage of Water Resources Development Act of 2018

    NACE International, The Corrosion Society applauds the U.S. House of Representatives passage of the Water Resources Development Act of 2018 (WRDA) and the work of Transportation & Infrastructure Committee Chairman Bill Shuster, Ranking Member Peter DeFazio, and Representatives Elizabeth Esty and Brian Babin for their efforts to ensure corrosion control is a factor considered within the bill.

  • NACE International Partners with GLOBEACTIVE LTD.

    NACE International is pleased to announce it has signed a partnership agreement with GLOBEACIVE LTD. (a partner of TIC S.A.) in Tunis, Tunisia. GLOBEACTIVE will be offering NACE’s Education programs in Tunisia, Libya, Algeria, Morocco and Gabon to bring its comprehensive educational programs to further the careers of corrosion professionals in Northern Africa.  

  • What a Sixty-Five-Year-Old Pipeline in Michigan Can Teach Pipeline Owners and Operators Worldwide

    In Michigan, Enbridge’s Line 5 oil pipeline carries crude and an important lesson; pipeline technology, technical information and standards have come a long way, but knowledgeable qualified professionals are key to asset integrity. Their knowledge and experience is important at every stage of the life of a pipeline and is critical to the safety and longevity.

  • What Does It Mean to Offer Best-In-Class Corrosion Training?

    Growing up, your family wanted you to have access to top-ranked schools, experienced teachers, rigorous curriculum and renowned education – the best opportunities they could afford to give you the greatest chance at succeeding in life and in your career.

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