Use of Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis in Regulatory Alternatives Analysis: A Case Study of Lead-Free Solder

Posted on Jul 19, 2013 in Crafting Policies, Developing Tools and Practices, In the Press, Print, Projects, Publications | 0 comments

Abstract Regulators are implementing new programs that require manufacturers of products containing certain chemicals of concern to identify, evaluate and adopt viable, safer alternatives. Such programs raise the difficult question for policymakers and regulated businesses of which alternatives are “viable” and “safer.” To address that question, these programs use “alternatives analysis,” an emerging methodology that integrates issues of human...

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Worker Training on Green Chemistry and Safer Alternatives

Posted on Aug 9, 2012 in Developing Tools and Practices, Projects, What I Do, What I'm Working On | 0 comments

 Environmental & Public Health Consulting is working with the Blue Green Alliance and IUE-CWA, the Industrial Division of the Communication Workers of America  to develop and deliver training on green chemistry and safer alternatives to IUE-CWA workers across District 9 ((California, Nevada and Hawaii). To date, EPHC has presented at trainings throughout California, with more planned for the summer and fall of...

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