Affiliations

Brainerd Chemical is proud to be a member of several of the most respected organizations in the chemical distribution industry that are committed to improving education and preserving our natural resources. By participating in our global community, we not only continue to expand our knowledge in safety and environmental protection, we continue to enhance and maintain the highest standards of quality for our customers.

Professional Organizations


NACD is an international community of distributors and supply-chain partners, who formulate, blend, re-package, warehouse, transport, and market chemical products for over 750,000 customers. Mathew Brainerd is an active volunteer, who has served in many executive positions. (See our leadership page for more information.)

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Through the efforts of passionate, committed members, the Oklahoma Business Ethics Consortium strives to establish Oklahoma as a state known for high personal and corporate ethical standards. The Consortium provides a forum of support to the Oklahoma business community so that ethical standards and integrity in the workplace can be discussed, defined and reinforced.

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CEF is a nationally recognized, award winning non-profit organization committed to enhancing science education among every generation, beginning with our youth. Mathew Brainerd has served as the 2010 - 2012 Treasurer.

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NSF International is an independent, not-for-profit organization that provides standards development, product certification, auditing, education and risk management for public health and the environment.

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CDN is a group of independent distributors with a proven track record of service excellence and stewardship in chemical distribution. Mathew Brainerd is one of the eighteen owners and has served as a board member in the 2010 – 2012 terms.

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ICTA represents the interests of over 1,500 chemical distributors world-wide and provides a platform where its members can meet and exchange information and best practices. In February 1st 2016, ICTA replaced the 1992 founded ICCTA (International Council of Chemical Trade Organizations). <%--Mathew Brainerd has served as the 2012-2014 President. In his role as President, he has worked toward the global harmonization of the chemical industry.--%>

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The Carolina Chemical Club is a non-profit organization that meets on a regular basis to examine issues pertinent to the chemical and related industries in the Southeast.

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The Founders Club is comprised of a select group of individuals with a minimum of 25 years of service in the petrochemical industry who have distinguished themselves over the years.

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