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Great Lakes Green Chemistry Conference
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4/1/2014 to 4/2/2014
When: April 1-2, 2014
Where: Wyndham Cleveland
Cleveland, Ohio 
United States
Contact: Cindy

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The following general topic areas are being proposed for the conference. 
• Business and Green Chemistry
• Collaboration
• Chemicals Policy
• Research and Education
• Resources and Tools
• State of the Great Lakes

This conference and corresponding workshops are  expected to draw an audience of at least 150 participants from across Great Lakes region. Join leaders from industry, academia, government, non-profits, U.S. EPA Region 5, and those involved in the National Pollution Prevention Roundtable’s Safer Chemistry Challenge Program for these three separate events, requiring separate registrations.

Who should attend: business and industry, state and local governments, not-for-profits, academia, and labor interested in green chemistry, pollution prevention, and sustainability.

Learn first-hand about the business case for Green Chemistry and how companies can take advantage of technical assistance opportunities to help them move forward in their own effort to promote sustainability. Network with others who are interested in adopting green chemistry principles to advance economic development and a healthy environment in the Great Lakes region.

Sponsors Needed:
 All sponsors will be recognized in the program and will receive complimentary registration as indicated. In addition, table exhibit space will be available. To become a sponsor, simply contact Lin Kaatz Chary at

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GLRPPR Meeting: March 31

This conference will be preceded by a half-day GLRPPR meeting. This meeting will require separate registration, to be announced at a later date.For more information, please contact Laura Barnes at

GreenScreen™ Training: April 3
(space is limited)
This conference will be followed by a one-day training on the hazard assessment tool, the GreenScreen™ for Safer Chemicals, a tool developed by Clean Production Action for identifying chemicals of concern and selecting safer alternatives

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