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

Government Relations

Washington, D.C.

Building Corrosion Champions in Congress

NACE International develops and executes legislative strategies centered on the policy issues that matter to our members. By working with policy makers, the association ensures the voice of corrosion industry professionals is heard and legislators are informed of the importance of corrosion control.

NACE International staff has been instrumental in raising awareness on Capitol Hill through:

  • • Coordination of legislative fly ins
  • • Submission of Congressional Testimony
  • • Letter writing campaigns
  • • Development of the Corrosion Prevention Caucus
  • • Successfully including corrosion prevention provisions in federal law and regulations
Make Your Voice Heard

Whether it’s an email, a phone call, or an in-person meeting, policy makers want to hear from you, their constituent, about the daily challenges you, your family, and your businesses face. The only way to ensure policy makers address your concerns is to make your voice heard.

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Basic Corrosion eCourse
Basic Corrosion eCourse
NACE International 2018 Legislative Priorities

Unmitigated corrosion threatens our environment and public safety, sometimes with catastrophic results. It is an issue that significantly affects our economy and every American each day. Whether in the form of a bridge collapse, a pipeline failure, or even a dead car battery; unmitigated corrosion harms people, assets, and the environment at a cost of more than $500 billion a year to the U.S. economy.

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Economics of the Corrosion Industry: State of Ohio Report

The seminal report, Corrosion Costs and Preventive Strategies in the United States,1 released by the U.S. Federal Highway Administration in 2002, estimated annual costs at the time to be $276 billion, and recent adjustments to that figure now place those costs at more than $450 billion. Those costs represent nearly 3.4% of the national GDP and cut across practically all sectors of the US economy and touch every state in the nation.

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Ohio-Report