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How to Find Safer Alternatives to Chemicals of Concern Webinar image

Alex Stone, Senior Chemist at the Washington State Department of Ecology, joined us for a deep dive into the Interstate Chemicals Clearinghouse (IC2) Alternatives Assessment Guide. The Guide provides options for how to evaluate alternatives to chemicals of concern and identify safer alternatives. Alex elaborated on the details of the Guide and discussed how it will inform Alternatives Assessments in Washington State.

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The GreenScreen® List Translator is an abbreviated version of the full GreenScreen method that can be automated.  It is based only on the hazard lists that inform the GreenScreen method.  The GreenScreen® List Translator maps…

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The Business and Academic Partnership Project Group of the GC3 developed and piloted a new type of collaboration between companies and universities to evaluate safer alternatives to toxic chemicals using GreenScreen. The goal was to…

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The State of Maine, USA unanimously adopted proposed regulations in February 2010 to protect the health of children by ensuring that chemicals of high concern in consumer products are replaced with safer alternatives.  GreenScreen™ is…

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Principles for Safer Chemicals image

Demand for products made from greener chemicals is growing rapidly. Consumers, investors and governments want chemicals that have low to no toxicity and degrade into innocuous substances in the environment. Leading businesses are seeking to…

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The Guide to Safer Chemicals image

The Guide Marks pathways to safer chemicals in products and supply chains. Sets relative benchmarks for each of the four BizNGO Principles for Safer Chemicals Specifies actions for each benchmark Presents examples of business practices…

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