EPHC and Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry to Assist Costco Wholesale

Posted on Oct 10, 2017 in Crafting Policies, Projects, Top 10 Projects, What's on My Mind |

The Berkeley Center for Green Chemistry (BCGC) and Costco Wholesale Corporation (Costco) have agreed to a long-term collaborative relationship to assess the current and future chemical management program at Costco. BCGC will be studying and evaluating Costco’s current chemical assessment program and wider chemical policy planning. We will assist Costco in developing a strategic plan for restricting and assessing chemicals of concern within...

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Cancer Free Economy Network (CFEN)

Posted on Sep 9, 2016 in Projects, Top 10 Projects, What I'm Working On |

Cancer Free Economy Network The Cancer Free Economy Network (CFEN) is a network of diverse organizations and funding partners working to achieve an ambitious overall goal: “Within a generation, we (CEFN) will lift the burden of cancers and other diseases by driving a dramatic and equitable transition from toxics to effective clean and safe alternatives.” Founded in 2014 by the Garfield Foundation, the Lowell Center for Sustainable Production,...

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Making Alternatives Assessment Protective for Vulnerable Populations

Posted on Sep 9, 2016 in Developing Tools and Practices, Projects, What I'm Working On |

Dr. Blake and Sally Edwards, ScD. of UMass Lowell’s Center for Sustainable Production are working with the Natural Resources Defense Council and Californians for A Healthy and Green Environment (CHANGE) on developing principles and implementation guidelines to ensure that the most vulnerable among us are protected in the selection of safer alternative chemicals, products and...

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Wellness Within Your Walls Standards for Residential Interiors

Posted on Dec 28, 2015 in Developing Tools and Practices, Projects, Top 10 Projects, What I'm Working On |

Dr. Ann Blake of EPHC has been working with Wellness Within Your Walls (WWYW) of Atlanta, GA to develop curriculum, guidelines and standards for residential interior furnishings. WWYW’s categories of Natural, Sustainable and Responsible will be utilized in the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)’s New American Home 2017. WWYW’s goal is to drastically reduce toxic chemicals in the residential living...

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