cCNJ returns to atlantic city, nj – MAY 1-2, 2023

TRENTON – (January 25, 2023) – The Chemistry Council of New Jersey (CCNJ) today confirmed that its 38th Annual Conference, presented by SafeRack, will take place May 1-2,2023, at the Ocean Resort & Casino in Atlantic City.


The 38th Annual Conference will feature keynote presentations by Russ Niksic, North American Managing Director, and Senior Vice President of CRODA; Michael Renna, South Jersey Industry’s President & CEO; and SOCMA’s President and CEO, Jennifer Abril. This year the conference will showcase two featured speakers. Olivia Glenn, EPA Region 2 Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor for Equity will speak on Monday afternoon, and Rudy Underwood, Vice President, State Affairs and Political Mobilization at the American Chemistry Council will speak on Tuesday.


In addition to the three keynotes and the two featured presentations, the conference will include five general sessions and four breakout sessions, on topics ranging from apprenticeships to PFAS regulations.


“It is important for representatives from our more than 100 member companies to come together once a year to network and get first-hand information on all the emerging and enduring issues impacting the sectors we represent,” said Dennis Hart, executive director. “The Annual Conference has an excellent reputation among our industry, as you can tell by the quality of speakers and the overall programming.”


The Annual Conference was paused in 2020, but since its return in 2021 attendance has increased each year approaching pre-pandemic attendance levels.  The conference is an in-person only event and does not provide a virtual component.


The agenda and information about the upcoming conference, which is open to attendees from non-member companies, can be found at






The Chemistry Council of New Jersey, founded in 1955, is the trade and advocacy organization representing the interests of more than 64 New Jersey manufacturers and 47 firms in the business of chemistry. Our membership consists of large and small companies that are part of New Jersey’s chemical, pharmaceutical, consumer packaged goods, petroleum, flavor & fragrances, and precious metals industries. The CCNJ is committed to a better quality of life through science.

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