“Transitioning Consumer Products from Toxic Chemicals: The Market Opportunity and Policy Need”: Webinar, March 14 at 2 p.m. EST

Join Dave Rappaport, Sr. Director of Corporate Consciousness at Seventh Generation, Barry A. Cik, Board Certified Environmental Engineer and Technical Director at Naturepedic, and David Levine, Executive Director of the American Sustainable Business Council (ASBC), for a discussion of the prevalence of toxic chemicals in consumer products, what leading sustainability companies are doing to provide safer alternatives, and what public policy can do to help chemical produces and manufacturers transition to greener alternatives.  Join us for an informative webinar with live video of the presenters Monday, March 14 at 2 p.m. EST.

Businesses like Seventh Generation, Naturepedic, and others are already taking great strides to create safer alternatives to conventional, toxin-laden products. There is a strong business case for chemical policy reform including Toxic Substances Control Act reform to help companies make the transition to safer alternatives in a cost-effective way that could provide jobs while at the same time eliminating toxic chemicals in our consumer products.

Please take a moment to register. We are using a new type of software for this event that utilizes a standard webinar service but also has live video feed of up to six people in different locations as well as a host of other features specially designed to assist participants in learning remotely.  It only takes a moment to sign up and after your first use, the software easily alerts you about future events.


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