SETAC Helsinki is a 5-day event featuring a variety of training, networking and learning opportunities. You cannot miss this event if you are interested in emerging research, regulatory developments and the latest methodologies in environmental toxicology and chemistry. Between 2,000 and 2,500 scientists, assessors, regulators and managers from academia, business and government, representing an average of 60 countries, provides a unique networking opportunity and a chance for cross-collaboration long after the closing session.
Companies submitting information to EPA under TSCA are learning how to incorporate New Approach Methodologies (NAMs). This knowledge is becoming valuable for FIFRA and other international regulations. Come familiarize yourself with how to incorporate these useful methods into your testing strategies, consulting, and safety assessments. PCRM and Institute For In Vitro Sciences (IIVS) have partnered with regulators, industry personnel, and toxicology experts to host another FREE training that you won’t want to miss.
Join us for the 33rd annual Genotoxicity Workshop on May 14 & 15 and enjoy a two-day agenda filled with detailed presentations and in-depth discussions. Hear from industry experts, as well as fellow participants from regulatory agencies. Admission is free. This workshop is ideal for people new to genetic toxicology, and experts wanting to learn the latest advancements.
The GC3 Innovators Roundtable is a dynamic forum for business leaders to exchange strategies and best practices on how to accelerate green chemistry innovation and adoption, and to network to form new partnerships and collaborative projects. The Roundtable presents a unique opportunity for businesses to connect across supply chains and sectors.
To see the conference proceedings and agenda from the 2018 Roundtable, click here.
This high-level conference will address a range of broad topics highlighting the role of chemistry in contributing to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, including in developing countries.
As with previous events in the series, the conference will provide a unique opportunity for researchers running start-up companies, or considering starting a company based on their scientific research, to gain valuable advice and insight.
The Green Chemistry & Engineering (GC&E) Conference, hosted by the American Chemical Society’s Green Chemistry Institute, has been a meeting ground for advancing sustainable science and solutions since 1997.
The International Conference on Green and Sustainable Chemistry (GSC) brings the global green chemistry community together every other year to share research and education initiatives. The last GSC was held in Melbourne, Australia in 2017.
The ACS Green Chemistry Institute is pleased to bring these two events together for three days of oral and poster sessions, keynotes, social events, and workshops in the Washington DC metro region. Join us at this unique event!
September 5-6, 2019 | Spokane, Washington
This course will guide participants through OSHA’s substitution planning process for understanding and evaluating chemical use, identifying and assessing alternatives, and implementing those alternatives that are safer. OSHA 7225 is for professionals at all levels of chemistry understanding who play a role in product and materials selection.
The Spokane River Regional Toxics Task Force (SRRTTF) is exploring actions to keep PCBs from entering the Spokane River. As part of this effort, the Task Force is co-hosting an informational workshop to address inadvertent PCBs in inks and pigments and the downstream products that are manufactured using those inks and pigments.
The workshop will convene leaders working collaboratively to explore innovative reduction strategies. Invited participants include: SRRTTF members, pigment and ink manufacturers, industries that utilize pigments and inks, downstream suppliers of paper and packaging, industry organizations, nongovernmental organizations, recyclers, procurement experts and regulators.
The European Chemicals Agency is hosting an introductory webinar on GreenScreen, organized by A4 member, Shari Franjevic of Clean Production Action. This webinar introduces the GreenScreen methodology and tool for a European audience. You will hear examples of how companies and US authorities are using it to find safer alternatives to substances of concern.