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The Flame Retardant Dilemma and Beyond 2019
Friday | February 15, 2019 | 8:30 am — 4:00 pm
UC Berkeley – University Hall | Berkeley, CA
This symposium brings together contributors from academia, industry, government, and NGOs to share information on the science and policy of harmful chemicals used in consumer products and building materials. Flame retardants, highly fluorinated, and other chemical classes of concern will all be discussed.
Location: 150 University Hall, UC Berkeley, 2199 Addison Street, Berkeley, California, USA. Parking information for the event can be found here.
8:30am: Registration and Networking: Continental Breakfast
9:00am Efforts to Reduce PFAS: What’s Sticking?
UC Berkeley, Green Science Policy Institute
The Class Concept is Catching On
Green Science Policy Institute
Per- and Polyfluorinated Compounds: Health and Environmental Impacts
University of Rhode Island
Tracking Pollutants of Concern from Products to the Poles
Alaska Community Action on Toxics and IPEN Co-Chair
PFAS Contaminating Our Planet: What Can We Do?
05Robert Bilott, JD
Taft, Stettinius and Hollster, LLP
Towards the Beginning of the End of “Forever Chemicals”?
06Panel on PFAS
With morning speakers and Heather Bischel, UC Davis
12:00pm Audience Introductions and Lunch
The Flame Retardant Dilemma: Ten Years Later
Regulating Chemicals by Class: The Inside Story of a Giant Step Forward
Northwest Green Chemistry
Identifying Safer Alternatives: Flame Retardants in Electronics
California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment
How California Proposition 65 and Biomonitoring Reduce the Use of Flame Retardants and Other Chemicals of Concern
10Panel on Flame Retardants
With afternoon speakers
Future Directions Group Discussion and Wrap Up
4:00pm End of Day
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