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Located in Washington DC, NASF represents the interests of businesses, technologists and professionals in the surface coatings industry. Its highly regarded programs and activities are informed by NASF’s mission to:

  • Advance an environmentally and economically sustainable future for the finishing industry; and
  • Promote the vital role of surface technology in the global manufacturing value chain.

Community: The NASF community links companies, professionals and technical experts together through its events, programs, updates and key committees, and services the total surface finishing sector.

Opportunity: Membership opportunities are available for job shop and "captive" applicators, industrial users, suppliers of chemicals, equipment and services, and technologists and researchers.

 

Visit: NASF.org

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NASF News and Reports

The National Association for Surface Finishing is the industry representative for businesses and suppliers in the finishing industry. Christian Richter and Jeff Hannapel lead the NASF's efforts from their Washington, DC offices. more(+)

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NASF Report: Closely Watching New EPA Superfund Cleanup Rule
The proposed rule requires businesses to secure bonds, insurance or self-assure cleanup costs mandated by the EPA.
NASF Report December 2016: NASF Signs Milestone Agreement with Automotive Industry Action Group
Joint initiatives by NASF and AIAG promote collaboration of surface finishing and automotive industries.
NASF Report: West Coast Competition Highlights 16 Design Students
Sixteen students compete for scholarship awards through NASF's Bright Design Challenge West Coast.
NASF Report October 2016: The Surface Technology Environmental Resource Center
NASF will host former Disney executive and acclaimed leadership and management speaker Lee Cockerell at the association’s Leadership Conference next spring.
NASF Report June 2016: EPA—Zicronization is Covered by Metal Finishing ELG
The agency says that wastewater generated by the zirconium oxide process is subject to the Metal Finishing Effluent Limitation Guidelines.

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