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FW: Green Chemistry for Business Workshop - July 25, 2001 - Portl and,OR



For those of you in the Pacific Northwest, the following meeting might be of
some interest.

Scott Butner (butner@battelle.org)

-----Original Message-----
From: Ryan Marquardt [mailto:rmarquardt@apecnetwork.org]
Sent: Monday, May 07, 2001 5:16 PM
To: 'recipients@zerowaste.org'
Subject: Green Chemistry for Business Workshop - July 25, 2001 - Save
the Date!


The Zero Waste Alliance announces the upcoming workshop:

GREEN CHEMISTRY: THE NEXT TECHNOLOGY WAVE!
...for innovation and a competitive edge
July 25, 2001 - Portland, OR

Please see the attached file for the full-color flyer

GREEN CHEMISTRY
.... is the design of products and processes that reduce and/or eliminate
the use and generation of hazardous substances.  Green chemistry is
achieving the long sought-after goals of increasing profits and protecting
the environment. 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND? 
This focused one day workshop will be particularly valuable to CEOs, senior
government officials, and purchasing and marketing executives seeking a high
level introduction to green chemistry innovations and its role in improving
the business bottom line. Environmental health and safety professionals,
chemists and engineers will be able to dig deeper into green chemistry
issues in break-out sessions.  The program is designed for all those
interested in improving their environmental performance and financial bottom
line.

THIS WORKSHOP WILL ENABLE YOU TO:
 Discover the importance of green chemistry - why it is an emerging
technology wave that will drive profitability and business strategies in the
future.
 See what state-of-the-art research and green chemistry and engineering
technologies are available today.
 Find out where to look for answers to green chemistry problems.
 Learn how to integrate green chemistry into your business strategy.

THE PRESENTERS:
Paul Anastas, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and former
Director of the Green Chemistry Program, U.S. EPA, and John Warner,
Professor of Chemistry and Director of Biochemistry at UMASS Boston are
world leaders in the field of green chemistry.  Other speakers will include
representatives from CH2M Hill, Nike, OR Department of Environmental
Quality, American Chemical Society, Green Chemistry Institute, Norm
Thompson, Pollution Prevention Resource Center, University of Oregon,
Pacific Northwest National Labs and more!

REGISTRATION:
Agenda and registration materials will be mailed soon. For information or to
register, contact:  

Zero Waste Alliance
121 SW Salmon, Suite 210, Portland, OR  97201
Ph:  503-279-9382   Fax:  503-279-9381
www.zerowaste.org
rmarquardt@zerowaste.org

***Please distribute this email and the attached flyer to any interested
parties***


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