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Sustainable Innovation Webinar with Martin Wolf September 17th

 

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Please join PDMA and EarthShift on Tuesday, September 17th at 11 am EDT for a webinar with Martin Wolf, Director of Product Sustainability and Authenticity at Seventh Generation. This webinar, entitled "Materials Selection for Sustainable Design," will be brought to you free of charge, thanks to EarthShift's sponsorship. Register today!

 

Seventh Generation

 

Join us to hear how Martin Wolf is using Life Cycle Assessment Methodology to drive innovation in material selection at Seventh Generation in order to optimize their triple bottom line. Seventh Generation is the nation's leading brand of household and personal care products that help protect human health and the environment. 

 Attend this webinar to learn:

  • Key elements of sustainable product design
  • Application of Life Cycle Assessment techniques in material selection
  • Use of a plastics hierarchy including biobased and petrobased polymers
  • Examples of package and product designs developed using LCA and C2C thinking

 

Register Now

Speaker:

Martin Wolf – Seventh Generation

Moderated by:

Phil Metz – Singing Dog LLC

Date and Time:

Tuesday, September 17, 2013
11:00am eastern time

Fees:

Sponsored by EarthShift and offered to you free of charge

 

This webinar is organized by PADMA's Sustainable Innovation Special Interest Group. To see their full calendar of events, including other upcoming webinars click here.

To learn more about how Seventh Generation uses LCA to select materials for a product or package, please also check out Martin's recent guest post on the EarthShift blog.

  

 

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