Presenters will be discussing the process of identifying and analyzing safer alternative chemicals for use in products.
- Thomas Carter; vice president, sales and strategic initiatives; The Wercs Ltd.: Retail Supply Chain Chemical Database and Confidential Business Information Applications
- Helen Holder, corporate material selection manager, Hewlett-Packard Co.: The Business Case for Moving to Green Materials
- Dennis McGavis, product stewardship and regulatory affairs director, Shaw Industries Group Inc.: Applications of Alternative Analysis in Industry
- Teresa McGrath, supervising toxicologist for green chemistry programs, NSF International: Hazard, Risk, and Eco-efficiency Assessments: Pros & Cons and a Standardized Set of Chemical Information to Assist in Greener Chemical Assessments
- Pam Palitz, environmental health advocate and staff attorney, Environment California: Case Studies in Practice
- Michael Schmeida, Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Accredited Professional (AP) and director of sustainable programs, Tremco Commercial Sealants & Waterproofing: Arriving at Green Chemistry: A Case Study in Integrating Sustainability into a Construction Chemicals Company
- George Thompson, Ph.D., president and chief executive officer, Chemical Compliance Systems Inc.: Web-based Alternative Greener Chemical, Product and Process Analysis Case Studies
- Margaret Whittaker, Ph.D., managing director and chief toxicologist, ToxServices LLC: Role of Third Party Assessment in Alternative Analysis
The Event is free to the public. You can also view or listen to the symposium on-line.