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4th Green Chemistry and the Consumer Symposium: Measuring Green

27.03.2007
The Green Chemistry Network will hold the 4th Green Chemistry and the Consumer Symposium on 28th June 2007 at the King’s Manor in York, UK.
The Green Chemistry and the Consumer annual symposia bring together a diverse audience of representatives from consumer product supply chains, academics, NGOs, government, trade associations, media and other stakeholders to learn about green chemistry solutions for sustainable product supply chains.

The fourth symposium, 'Measuring Green: Green performance indicators across the chemical product lifecycle', will explore key criteria for measuring the green credentials of chemical products at all stages in their lifecycle, including case studies on successful methods developed by industry and challenges in practice.

Speakers include representatives from GlaxoSmithKline, BASF, InterfaceFLOR, Ecover, B&Q, GreenBlue and Biffa. The symposium is open to all and is aimed at organisations and individuals with an interest in green chemistry and sustainable chemical products.

Further details and a registration form can be found at http://www.chemsoc.org/networks/gcn/
... more about:
»4th »Consumer »Measuring

industry.htm#consumer or by contacting Louise Summerton at ls25@york.ac.uk

Link to the online version of the flyer
http://www.chemsoc.org/pdf/gcn/GC&C
4thSymposium.pdf

Louise Summerton | University of York
Further information:
http://www.chemsoc.org/pdf/gcn/GC&C4thSymposium.pdf
http://www.chemsoc.org/networks/gcn/industry.htm#consumer

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