Associations

National Purity is a member of a number of organizations and associations that allow us to be more-involved in the communities we are located, as well as have the ability to work with our peers to influence the advancement of quality products andservices across our entire industry. A sample of the organizations and associations that we participate with can be seen below:

Britt, Iowa (USA) Chamber of Commerce
The Britt Chamber of Commerce is an organization comprised of more than 75 businesses and individuals collectively dedicated to promoting local business and publicizing the town of Britt to bring more business and industry to the area. The Britt Chamber of Commerce holds a general business meeting quarterly and the board meets monthly with the exception of August, during the National Hobo Convention. The quarterly meetings are held in March, June, September and December.
Entropy Solutions, Inc.
Entropy Solutions, Inc., an industry leader in thermal technology, operates with the same vision and passion that existed the day the company started. Their goal is to develop breakthrough thermal solutions to meet the ever-changing needs of temperature-sensitive requirements in various industries. Entropy Solutions was incorporated in December 2003 and remains a private company. Entropy Solutions’ global headquarters are based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and operates through wholly owned subsidiaries or partnerships in 35 countries globally.
Iowa Chamber of Commerce Executives
The Iowa Chamber of Commerce Executives is the professional, statewide organization for Chamber management people in Iowa. The mission of the Iowa Chamber of Commerce Executives is: “To gain an advantage by contributing to the professionalism and personal growth of those who manage local Chambers of Commerce.” The purpose of ICCE is to enhance the professional development and managerial skills of its members. ICCE has the further purpose to keep its membership appraised of statewide and national events and trends that affect the membership’s ability to operate effectively within their individual communities.
Minnesota Chamber of Commerce
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce is the state’s largest and premier business advocacy organization. As the statewide voice of business, the Chamber represents more than 2,400 businesses of all types and sizes across Minnesota. The Minnesota Chamber excels at offering private-sector solutions to public-sector problems. The mission of the Minnesota Chamber of Commerce is to commit to advancing public policy and job growth strategies that create an environment for businesses statewide to prosper.
The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
The American Cleaning Institue
The American Cleaning Institute is the Home of the U.S. Cleaning Product and Oleochemical Industries, the non-profit trade association representing manufacturers of household, industrial, and institutional cleaning products, their ingredients and finished packaging; oleochemical producers; and chemical distributors to the cleaning product industry. SDA members produce more than 90 percent of the cleaning products marketed in the United States.
Twin Cities Chapter of the Society of Cosmetic Chemists
Comprised of over 4,000 members, the Society of Cosmetic Chemists was founded in 1945 to promote high standards of practice in the cosmetic sciences. They serve as a focus and provide the proper forums for the exchange of ideas and new developments in cosmetic research and technology. The Twin Cities Chapter of SCC focuses on the needs and interests specific to members in the Minneapolis Saint Paul (Minnesota) metropolitan area.