Texas Chemical Council (TCC) is proud to partner with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality and the Take Care of Texas Kids Art Contest.
This contest is a fun way for K-5 students to learn about protecting the environment and expressing what they’ve learned through artwork to share this knowledge with others! Students submit their artwork of how they, along with their friends and family, help keep the air and water clean, conserve water and energy, and reduce waste.
TCC believes that teaching young Texans the value of personal, environmental responsibility is vital to keeping our state beautiful, healthy and economically prosperous for the future.
TCC is a statewide trade association for the business of chemistry in Texas. TCC represents 70 member companies who own and operate over 200 manufacturing and research facilities across the state. Texas is home to the nation’s largest chemical manufacturing assets with over $150 Billion in investment across the state. The industry directly employs more than 75,000 Texans and is responsible for nearly a half-million indirect jobs represented by contactors, suppliers, and service providers to industry. TCC member companies produce thousands of products that improve the quality of life for billions of people around the world. The products manufactured by the business of chemistry in Texas account for one of the state’s top exports with over $45 Billion in products exported annually to customers around the world.
We live longer, safer, cleaner, smarter, happier, and more comfortable lives because of the thousands of products and materials manufactured by the chemical industry throughout our great state and across the globe.