HCPA members are the household and commercial product companies who make and sell $180 billion annually of the products that clean, protect, maintain and disinfect our homes and workplaces.
Household and commercial products help every step of our lives – at home, at work, wherever we are. From memorable moments – like bringing home a first child – to messy moments – like cleaning up at work, these are the products that make our lives healthier, cleaner and more productive. That make our lives better.
On our members’ behalf, we advocate for a common-sense business environment that promotes sound science, innovation and safe environments for consumers and workers. Our members employ 200,000 people in the U.S. and we are proud to share this industry’s significant contributions to the economy, environment, and society.
All to benefit consumers and workers. Every step of the way.
What We Do
HCPA is known as the trade association that works
collaboratively and proactively to get things done.
Our ability to partner with diverse and uncommon stakeholders means that problems are negotiated and solved,
saving companies millions and protecting your company’s ability to run a successful business.
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