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Date: March 6, 2013 8:03:12 AM EST
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Of possible interest:

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Tuesday, March 12th 10:30am-12:00pm Pacific Time
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Webinar Description:
Green chemistry's becoming as broad a term as sustainability. How are those practices similar and different? What can you do at the bench-scale in your laboratory to incorporate these concepts and practices? Join us for discussion, case studies, and a wealth of tools and contacts to get started and establish a framework for next steps.

Webinar Date: March 12, 2013 Time: 10:30am-12 noon PDT

Audience: laboratory scientists, managers, environmental health and safety professionals, and procurement professionals (e.g., biotech, life science, academic, analytical and production labs)

Webinar Goals/Outcomes:
* Promote sustainability ideas, tools, implementation examples, and resources to bench-scale research lab managers and support staff.
* Understand green chemistry's role in making the immediate environment in scientific research labs safer and more sustainable.
* Encourage scientists to be creative about acting on these opportunities in their own laboratories.
* Promote the Green Lab Alliance as an emerging nonprofit to help the scientific community share ideas, concerns, best practices and contacts.
* Promote PPRC's Rapid Response and other services for practical tools and resources to help you take next steps toward green chemistry and sustainable laboratory practices.

Brian Penttila, Pacific NW Pollution Prevention Resource Center (PPRC)
Jill Stoddard Tepe, Green Lab Alliance
David Simpkins, CellNetix
Kristi Budzinski, Ph.D., Green BioPharma-Chemistry Project Manager
Facilitator: Cathy Buller, PPRC
Sponsors: Green Lab Alliance Twitter: **At_Symbol_Here**grnlaballiance
Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center (PPRC)

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