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Region 1: EPA New England

New England Green Chemistry Networking Forum
December 16, 2010


Agenda

  • Registration
10:00  
  • Networking
10:00 to 12:00  
  • Lunch (will be provided)
    Networking and lunch topics
12:00 to 1:30  
  • Strategic group small meetings
1:30 to 2:45  
  • Wrap-up and next steps
2:45 to 3:00  

New England Green Chemistry Challenge Background Information

What is Green Chemistry?

Green Chemistry provides a framework for a sustainable future by adopting safer practices and using less hazardous and non-toxic chemicals.  Simply put, green chemistry is the design of chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use or generation of hazardous substances. Green chemistry applies across the life cycle of a chemical product, including its design, manufacture, and use.

What is the New England Green Chemistry Challenge?

The overarching goal/mission for the New England Green Chemistry Challenge is to broaden the understanding and adoption of green chemistry practices and principles in business, education, government, health care, and society as a catalyst to grow a sustainable economy in New England and beyond.  Some of the goals include

  • Understanding the interrelationship of green chemistry and sustainability. 
  • Supporting a transformative dialogue about new ways to achieve a safe and green sustainable future.
  • Fostering a New England economy that is based on local resources, labor force, research capacity and expert knowledge. 

How will the New England Challenge accomplish this?

EPA Region 1 convened New England leaders in green chemistry during the summer and fall of 2010.  From these meetings a strategic plan was agreed upon as well as a structure for moving forward.  A coordinating committee chaired by Regional Administrator Curt Spalding, US EPA and John Warner, Warner Babcock Institute of Green Chemistry was formed.  From this committee co-leads were selected for six strategic sector based groups;

  • Policy (Government)
  • Production & Work (Business),
  • Investment & Development (Venture Capital/Economic Development), 
  • Education (K-12, Colleges & Universities), 
  • Advocacy & Demand (Non-Government Organizations), and 
  • Healthcare (Environmental Health Organizations)

Members of the Coordinating Committee are charged to be true green chemistry advocates and practitioners, by reaching out to individuals, agencies, associations and the public as advocates of green chemistry. The six strategic groups will develop their own action plans for building understanding, fostering relationships and establishing commitment to a safer, greener, sustainable society.

Get involved

We are interested in networking with others working to make green chemistry the default mindset for chemistry education, practice and product development in New England. We want to ensure that in our future, the design of chemical products and processes will reduce or eliminate exposure to highly toxic substances and the use or generation of hazardous substances through out a chemical products’ life cycle, including its design, manufacture, and use.


Biographies

Curt Spalding, Regional Administrator, EPA New England

Curt Spalding

H. Curtis "Curt" Spalding

H. Curtis "Curt" Spalding has extensive experience in the environmental protection field as an advocate, policy analyst and administrator. For almost 20 years, he served as Executive Director of Save The Bay in Rhode Island, a nationally recognized, 20,000-member environmental advocacy and education organization. He established the Narragansett BayKeeper and Habitat Restoration programs which reconnected Save The Bay to ecologically important Bay issues and oversaw the successful completion of the $9 million Explore The Bay Campaign and construction of the Save The Bay Center at Fields Point in Providence, RI. Prior to joining Save The Bay, Spalding was an Environmental Protection Specialist and Presidential Management Intern at EPA's offices in Boston and Washington, D.C. Spalding received his bachelor's degree from Hobart College and an M.P.A. from SUNY at Albany in Albany, NY.

Paul Anastas, Ph.D., Assistant Administrator for EPA's Office of Research & Development (ORD) & the Science Advisor to the EPA

Paul Anastas, Ph.D.

Paul Anastas, Ph.D.

Paul Anastas, Ph.D. is the Assistant Administrator for EPA's Office of Research and Development (ORD) and the Science Advisor to the Agency. Known widely as the "Father of Green Chemistry" for his groundbreaking research on the design, manufacture, and use of minimally-toxic, environmentally-friendly chemicals, Dr. Anastas has an extensive record of leadership in government, academia, and the private sector.

At the time he was nominated by President Obama to lead ORD, Dr. Anastas was the Director of the Center for Green Chemistry and Green Engineering, and the inaugural Teresa and H. John Heinz III Professor in the Practice of Chemistry for the Environment at Yale University's School of Forestry and Environmental Studies. Prior to joining the Yale faculty, Dr. Anastas was the founding Director of the Green Chemistry Institute, headquartered at the American Chemical Society in Washington, D.C. From 1999 to 2004 he worked at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, concluding his service there as the assistant director for the environment. Dr. Anastas began his career as a staff chemist at EPA, where he rose to the positions of chief of the Industrial Chemistry Branch, and director of the U.S. Green Chemistry Program. It was during his work at EPA that Dr. Anastas coined the term "green chemistry."

Trained as a synthetic organic chemist, Dr. Anastas' research interests have focused on the design of safer chemicals, bio-based polymers, and new methodologies of chemical synthesis that are more efficient and less hazardous to the environment. A leading writer on the subjects of sustainability, green chemistry, and green engineering, he has published ten books, including "Benign by Design," Designing Safer Polymers," "Green Engineering" and his seminal work with co-author John Warner, "Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice."

Dr. Anastas has been recognized for his pioneering work with a host of awards and accolades including the Vice President's Hammer Award, the Joseph Seifter Award for Scientific Excellence, the Nolan Sommer Award for Distinguished Contributions to Chemistry, the Greek Chemical Society Award for Contributions to Chemistry, the Inaugural Canadian Green Chemistry Award, a Scientific American 50 Award for Policy Innovation, the John Jeyes Award from the Royal Society of Chemistry, and an Annual Leadership in Science Award from the Council of Scientific Society Presidents. He was a Special Professor at the University of Nottingham and an Honorary Professor at Queens University in Belfast where he was also was awarded an Honorary Doctorate.

Dr. Anastas earned his B.S. from the University of Massachusetts at Boston and his M.A. and Ph.D. in chemistry from Brandeis University.

Amy Cannon, Co-Founder & Executive Director, Beyond Benign

Amy Cannon

Amy Cannon

Amy holds the world's first Ph.D. in Green Chemistry from the University of Massachusetts where her research involved the environmentally benign synthesis of photoactive materials. She received her M.S. in chemistry from the University of Massachusetts Boston and her undergraduate degree in Chemistry from Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH. Amy worked as an Assistant Professor of Green Chemistry and Director of Outreach and Community Education at the Center for Green Chemistry at the University of Massachusetts Lowell until September of 2007 when she left to co-found Beyond Benign. Amy has industrial experience working as an analytical chemist for the Gillette Company and as a scientist for Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials. She was awarded the Kenneth G. Hancock Memorial Award in Green Chemistry in 2004 for her work on titanium dioxide semiconductors and their application in dye-sensitized solar cells. Her interests are in green chemistry education and research around safer green chemistry alternative technologies. Amy serves on the Editorial board of the new journal Green Chemistry: Letters and Reviews.

John Warner, Ph.D., President, Chief Technology Officer, Board of Directors, Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry

John Warner, Ph.D.

John Warner, Ph.D.

Dr. John Warner founded the Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry in 2007 with Jim Babcock and Bill Kunzweiler. From 2004 to 2007, Dr. Warner was a professor of Community Health and Sustainability and Plastics Engineering at the University of Massachusetts-Lowell. From 1996 to 2003, he was a professor of Chemistry at the University of Massachusetts-Boston, where he acted as the Chair of the Department of Chemistry between 2001 and 2003. Prior to that, Dr. Warner served as a senior research scientist and research group leader in exploratory and media research at the Polaroid Corporation. Dr. Warner is considered one of the founding fathers of Green Chemistry, and has worked extensively in the areas of semiconductor design, biodegradable plastics, personal care products, and polymeric photoresists. Dr. Warner holds an M.S. and a Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from Princeton University and a B.S. in Chemistry from the University of Massachusetts-Boston. He has published over 100 patents, papers, and books and is co-author of the seminal book Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice with Paul Anastas. Dr. Warner is editor of Green Chemistry Letters and Reviews and associate editor of the journal Organic Preparations and Procedures International. He currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Green Chemistry Institute in Washington DC.


Attendee List

2010 New England Green Chemistry Networking Forum Attendee Directory (PDF) (9 pp, 196 K, about PDF)

Organization Name Email Phone
Abt Associates Brian Segal brian_segal@abtassoc.com 301-347-5552
Accenture Valeria Orozco valeria.e.orozco@accenture.com 919-423-8207
Actio.net Kathleen Hurley khurley@actio.net 603-431-2300
Advancing Green Chemistry Karen O’Brien kpobrien@AdvancingGreenChemistry.org 434-220-3701
Air Products and Chemicals John Marsella marselja@airproducts.com 610-481-5424
Air Quaity Associates Lynne Santos lsantos@airqualityassoc.com 978-362-1040
Alpha Chemical Services, Inc Nicole Dauksevicz ndauksevicz@alphachemical.net 781-344-8688
Alpha Chemical Services, Inc Steven Juckett sjuckett@alphachemical.net 781-344-8688
Amgen Emily Peterson epeterso@gmail.com 617-444-5027
ANL Consultants LLC Alexander Koukoulas alex@anlconsultants.com 508-734-5254
Aquillian Geoff Eisenberg geisenberg@aquillian.com 415-677-9118
Arab Forum for Environment and Development Bashar Zeitoon bashar@post.harvard.edu 617-494-9239
Arnold & Porter LLP Blake Biles blake.biles@aporter.com 202-942-5836
Assumption College James Hauri jhauri@assumption.edu 508-767-7359
Assumption College Brian Williams bwilliams@assumption.edu 781-258-5342
BAE Systems Christopher Ford christopher.ford@baesystems.com 603-365.7969
Beyond Benign John Pyers john_pyers@beyondbenign.org 978-229-5452
Beyond Benign Kate Anderson kate_anderson@beyondbenign.org 978-229-5454
Beyond Benign Amy Cannon Amy_Cannon@beyondbenign.org 978-229-5450
BIDMC Wei Shi wshi@bidmc.harvard.edu 617-667-4225
Biogen Idec Robert Cai robert.cai@biogenidec.com 617-914-0828
Bishop Guertin High School Clare Dot clared@bghs.org 603-889-4107
Boston College Laura Kliman klimanl@bc.edu 203-314-0811
Boston Scientific Corporation John Abele abelej@bsci.com 508-650-8400
Brandeis University Marina Goreau mgoreau@brandeis.edu 857-225-3971
Bridgewater State University Edward Brush ebrush@bridgew.edu 508-531-2116
Broad Institute Gillian Isabelle gisabell@broadinstitute.org 617-714-8180
Bronze Craft Corporation James LaJeunesse jimlajeunesse@bronzecraft.com 603-883-7747
Bryant University Gaytha Langlois langlois@bryant.edu 401-954-5464
BWC Pharma Consulting, LLC Berkeley Cue ctcuefamily@aol.com 860-287-7544
Cabot Corporation Andy Dalton andy_dalton@cabot-corp.com 978-430-9694
Campus Consortium for Environmental Excellence (C2E2) Thomas Balf tbalf@c2e2.org 978-281-5020
Carroll School of Management Vesela Veleva velevav@bc.edu 617-969-2948
Cedar Tree Foundation Sophia Kolehmainen sophia@cedartreefound.org 617-695-6767
Center for Energy Technology Michael Gordon AngelDeals@Yahoo.com 617-876-4774
Center for Health and the Global Environment Paul Epstein paul_epstein@hmss.harvard.edu 617-387-8586
Chester College of New England Shari Litch Gray shari.litch-gray@chestercollege.edu 603-887-7451
Clean Water Action Lynne Pledger lpledger@cleanwater.org 413-477-8596
Clean Water Action Cynthia Luppi cluppi@cleanwater.org 617-338-8131 x208
Cognis Denise Petersen denise.petersen@cognis.com 215-628-1092
Colby-Sawyer College Cheryl Coolidge ccoolidge@colby-sawyer.edu 603-526-3676
Congressman James P. McGovern Kathleen Polanowicz kathleen.polanowicz@mail.house.gov 508-831-7356
Congressman John F. Tierney Michaela Duffy michaela.duffy@mail.house.gov 978-531-1669
Consensus Building Institute Kate Harvey kharvey@cbuilding.org 617-844-1136
Consensus Building Institute Stacie Nicole Smith stacie@cbuilding.org 617-844-1124
Consensus Building Institute Pat Field pfield@cbuilding.org 617-844-1118
Corinne Young LLC Corinne Young cyoung@corinneyoungllc.com 781-686-2226
CT Department of Environmental Protection Robert E. Kaliszewski robert.kaliszewski@ct.gov 860-424-3003
Cytec Industries Inc. Amy Essenfeld amy.essenfeld@cytec.com 203-321-2397
D. McP. Corporation Joshua Steinberg joshua-steinberg@comcast.net 617-717-4287
Dartmouth College Michael Cimis michael.d.cimis@dartmouth.edu 603-646-0235
Designer Systems Dennis Kenney kenneydennis@hotmail.com 617-424-6394
Dome Foundation Larisa Schelkin larisa.schelkin@gmail.com 508-395-0676
Earth Ecocentric LLC Sherry Day pzazzday@aol.com 608-333-4713
Eco Marketing LLC Beth Zonis beth.zonis@gmail.com 617-501-9660
Elm Street Ventures Rob Bettigole rbett@elmvc.com 203-401-4201
Emmanuel College Patrick Sheldon sheldpa@emmanuel.edu 978-229-5454
Emmanuel College Brenden Tong tongbr@emmanuel.edu 978-229-5454
Environmental Health & Engineering, Inc. Jennifer Bosselman jbosselman@eheinc.com 800-825-5343 x174
Environmental Health Strategy Center Michael Belliveau mbelliveau@preventharm.org 207-631-5565
Evergreen Solar, Inc. Henry Malone hmalone@evergreensolar.com 978-266-7344
FSL Elan Pavlov ilan451@yahoo.com 617-4314313
Gaia consulting services Marcus Gay marcus@gaiaconsultingservices.com 617-297-2402
Galata Chemicals, LLC Peter Frenkel peter.frenkel@galatachemicals.com 203-236-9022
GeoInsight, Inc. Suzanne Pisano slpisano@geoinc.com 978-679-1600
Gordon College Kristen Entwistle kristen.entwistle@gordon.edu 330-409-5682
Gordon College Matthew Levy matthew.lwvy@gordon.edu 978-927-2300
Gordon College Jonathan Stephan jonathan.stephan@gordon.edu 978-229-5454
Gordon College John Yoon john.yoon@gordon.edu 978-229-5454
Gordon College Jesse Thompson jesse.thompson@gordon.edu 978-229-5454
Gordon College Ben Stweart ben_stewart@gordon.edu 978-229-5454
Gordon College David Green David.Green@gordon.edu 631-365-9099
Gordon College Ben Stewart ben.stewart@gordon.edu 978-927-2300
Gordon College Jesse Thompson Jesse.Thompson@gordon.edu 978-927-2300
Gordon College Bria Pelletier Bria.Pelletier@gordon.edu 978-927-2300
Gordon College Rachel Otto Rachel.Otto@gordon.edu 978-927-2300
Gordon College Andrew Worth Andrew.Worth@gordon.edu 978-927-2300
Gordon College Ken Preedom Kenneth.Preedom@gordon.edu 978-927-2300
Gordon College Ken Hallenbeck Ken.Hallenbeck@gordon.edu 978-927-2300
Gordon College Aaron Gehr Aaron.Gehr@gordon.edu 518-505-9050
Gordon College Erika Saito Erika.Saito@gordon.edu 207-749-6608
Gordon College Joel Boyd joel.boyd@gordon.edu 978-867-4578
Gordon College Elise Gershman Elise.Gershman@gordon.edu 508-813-5787
Gordon College Irv Levy irv.levy@gordon.edu 978-927-2300
Gordon College Dwight Tshudy dwight.tshudy@gordon.edu 978-867-4799
Gordon College Matthew Coughlin matthew.coughlin@gordon.edu 508-596-1029
Gottlieb, Rackman & Reisman Barry Lewin blewin@grr.com 212-684-3900
Gradient Bethany Vasecka bvasecka@gradientcorp.com 617-395-5579
Gradient Kim Reynolds Reid kreid@gradientcorp.com 617-395-5577
Green Harvest Technologies LLC Patrick Kenney patrick.kenney@greenharvesttechnology.com 612-812-1045
Green Schools Robin Organ info@projectgreenschools.org 508-272-9653
GreenBuildingHelp Richard Minton greenbuildinghelp@gmail.com 781-799-5262
Harmeda LLC Monica Nakielski mnakielski@harmeda.com 857-544-6622
Harvard School of Public Health Hyunok Choi hchoi@hsph.harvard.edu 617-384-8856
Harvard University Carlos Mendivil carlosolimpo@gmail.com 857-318-1231
Health Effects Institute Nick Moustakas nmoustakas@healtheffects.org 617-488-2305
Hubbard-Hall Inc. Jeffrey Davis jdavis@hubbardhall.com 203-756-5521
Hubbard-Hall Inc. Molly Kellogg mkellogg@hubbardhall.com 978-988-0077
Hubbard-Hall Inc. Robert Farrell bfarrell@hubbardhall.com 203-756-5521
Hutchinson Sealing Systems, Inc. Paul MacDonald paul.macdonald@hutchinsonssi.com 603-765-9200
Hutchinson Sealing Systems, Inc. John Chadwick john.chadwick@hutchinsonssi.com 603-234-1053
Institute of Process Engineering, CAS Jonathan Halpert halpertdc@gmail.com 617-413-0589
Investor Environmental Health Network Richard Liroff rliroff@iehn.org 703-532-2929
ITW Devcon Calvin Patten cpatten@devcon.com 978-646-5616
ITW Plexus Martha Mittelstaedt mmittelstaedt@itwplexus.com 978-646-5879
ITW Plexus Dan Doe ddoe@itwplexus.com 978-646-5885
JFYNetworks Harvard Schneider drhgs@ymail.com 774-265-5197
John R. Hess & Company, Inc, Tony Thompson tathompson@jrhess.com 401-785-9300 X 109
John R. Hess & Company, Inc, Peter Hess pyhess@jrhess.com 401-785-9300
John Spritz Marketing John Spritz jspritz@maine.rr.com 207-773-0872
Kalepa Tech Kimi Ceridon kceridon@kalepa-tech.com 857-523-0804
Kennametal Amy Morissette amy.morissette@kennametal.com 802-626-2263
Kifor Development LLC Lisa Fitzpatrick lfitzpatrick@kifordevelopment.com 978-373-6000
King Philip Regional High School Ann Lambert ann-lambert@comcast.net 508-384-8638
Koch Membrane Systems Peter Bouchard pabouchard@kochmembrane.com 978-694-7309
Lindenboim Law Amie Lindenboim amie.lindenboim@gmail.com 206-713-3331
London School of Economics Kira Matus kmatus@gmail.com 617-519-5797
Lowell Center for Sustainable Production Jessica Schifano jessica.schifano@gmail.com 978-934-4591
Lowell Center for Sustainable Production Melissa Coffin melissa_coffin@uml.edu 978-934-2997
Lowell Center for Sustainable Production Teodora Kristof Teodora_Kristof@uml.edu 978-934-4850
Lowell Center for Sustainable Production Ken Geiser ken_geiser@uml.edu 978-934-3299
Lowell Center for Sustainable Production Richard Kaplan richard_kaplan@uml.edu 508-740-3327
Lowell Center for Sustainable Production Yve Torrie yve_torrie@uml.edu 978-934-3121
Lux Research Inc. Andrew Soare andrew.soare@luxresearchinc.com 617-502-5331
M.D. Stetson Company, Inc. Andrea Glass andrea.glass@mdstetson.com 781-986-6161
M.D. Stetson Company, Inc. Gene Ricciardelli andrea.glass@mdstetson.com 781-986-6161
MA Office of Technical Assistance Rick Reibstein rick.reibstein@state.ma.us 617-626 1062
MA Office of Technical Assistance (OTA) Gus Ogunbameru augustus.ogunbameru@state.ma,us 617-626-1065
Maine Department of Environmental Protection Ginger Jordan-Hillier Ginger.Jordan-Hillier@maine.gov 207-287-7863
MASCO Janice Henderson jhenderson@masco.harvard.edu 617-632-2762
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Susan Leite smleite@mit.edu 617-504-5903
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Yangbo Du yangbodu@mit.edu 309-339-0970
Massachusetts Office of Technical Assistance Scott Fortier Scott.fortier@state.ma.us 617-626-1090
Massachusetts Office of Technical Assistance Rich Bizzozero rich.bizzozero@state.ma.us 617-626-1080
MassDEP Joseph Su joseph.su@state.ma.us 978-694-3283
MassDEP Glenn Keith glenn.keith@state.ma.us 617-292-5874
MCTA David Wawer wawer@sbcglobal.net 617-312-6421
Merrimack College Stephen Theberge theberges@merrimack.edu 978-837-5289
Metfab Technologies, Inc. Jay Sussman jaysussman@verizon.net 401-465-2526
MetroWest Medical Center/Vanguard Health Systems Amy Collins amyc336@comcast.net 617-549-4102
Millennium: The Takeda Oncology Company Christian Tolentino Christian.Tolentino@mpi.com 617-679-7328
Mirant Shawn Konary shawn.konary@mirant.com 617-529-3874
MIT Dr. Claude Canizares crc@mit.edu 617-253-3206
MIT Lauren Kirwin lkirwin@mit.edu 978-229-5454
MIT Jae Rhim Lee jrlee@mit.edu 617-710-4188
MIT Carolina Garcia Rizo crizo@MIT.edu 415-430-7111
MIT Chemistry Brian Walker bwalkr@mit.edu 617-715-4526
MIT Dept of Architecture Mark Goulthorpe mg_decoi@mit.edu 617-852 3527
MIT Sloan Debby Soo debbysoo@mit.edu 650-678-9176
MIT Sloan Alice Hartley alice.hartley@sloan.mit.edu 646-785-2617
MIT Sloan Christina Ingersoll cking1@mit.edu 617-417-8167
MIT Sloan/Harvard GSE alumna Diane Williams dianeew@alum.mit.edu  
MITRE Corporation John Michitson michitson@mitre.org 339-221-2276
Modular Genetics, Inc Kevin Jarrell kjarrell@modulargenetics.com 781-937-6298
Museum of Science, Boston Meghan Moriarty mmoriarty@mos.org 508-223-5608
NAELS Dan Worth executivedirector@naels.org 734-709-8794
National Semiconductor Les Gardner les.gardner@nsc.com 207-541-8417
NEIWPCC Susan Sullivan ssullivan@neiwpcc.org 978-323-7929
NEIWPCC Ron Poltak rpoltak@neiwpcc.org 978-323-7929
New England Board of Higher Education Fenna Hanes fhanes@nebhe.org 617-357-9620 x129
New England Board of Higher Education Nicole Schepker nschepker@nebhe.org 617-357-9620 x113
New England Clean Energy Council Kevin Doyle kevinldoyle@gmail.com 617-500-9996
New York State Pollution Prevention Institute Anahita Williamson anahita.williamson@rit.edu 585-475-4561
NEWMOA Adam Wienert awienert@newmoa.org 617-367-8558 x307
NH Department of Environmental Services Paul Lockwood paul.lockwood@des.nh.gov 603-271-2956
NH Department of Environmental Services Stephanie D’Agostino stephanie.dagostino@des.nh.gov 603-271-6398
Nice Pak George Ruger gruger04@yahoo.com 845-542-0391
Nobis Engineering Gail DeRuzzo gderuzzo@nobiseng.com 978-703-6021
Nobis Engineering, Inc. Liyang Chu lchu@nobiseng.com 978-703-6003
None Richard Williams rtwilliams23@gmail.com 860-460-7275
North Shore InnoVentures Tom Kinneman tom.kinneman@nsiv.org 978-996-6997
North Shore InnoVentures Martha Farmer martha.farmer@nsiv.org 508-527-1832
Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association (NEWMOA) Terri Goldberg tgoldberg@newmoa.org 617-367-8558
Northeastern University Elham Ghabbour e.ghabbour@neu.edu 617-373-5244
Northeastern University Tianyi Bai bai.t@husky.neu.edu 617-922-7953
Northeastern University Carol Rosskam c.rosskam@neu.edu 617-373-8730
Northeastern University Jerry Ziola g.ziola@neu.edu 617-590-3070
Northern Essex Community College David Hartleb dhartleb@necc.mass.edu 978-556-3855
Northern Essex Community College William Heineman wheineman@necc.mass.edu 978-556-3339
Notthern Essex Community College Marcy Vozzella mvozzella@necc.mass.edu 978-556-3326
Nypro Inc Kristine Lesso kristine.lesso@nypro.com 978-368-4507
Nypro Inc Michael McGee mike.mcgee@nypro.com 978-365-9721
Nypro Inc. Michael Williams mike.williams@nypro.com 978-660-5718
NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Aida Potter ampotter@gw.dec.state.ny.us 518-402-9163
NYS Dept of Environmental Conservation Deborah Knight djknight@gw.dec.state.ny.us 518-402-9485
Office of Congressman Capuano Kate Chang kate.chang@mail.house.gov 617-628-6208
Ohlheiser Corporation Paul Starr pstarr@ohlheiser.com 860-953-7632 x236
One Studio Alliance Brenda Atchison brenda@pobox.com 617-240-7400
Oxford Bioscience Partners Jonathan Fleming jfleming@oxbio.com 617-357-7474
Partners Helath Care Bob Walsh rfwalsh@partners.org 617-726-3134
Partners Helath Care Bob Walsh rfwalsh@partners.org 617-726-3134
Pollution Prevention Consulting Sandra Wyman sandra@p2star.com 207-883-8274
Poseidon’s Trident, LLC Nicholas Anastas nanastas@poseidonstrident.net 617-698-7105
Preserve Christie Lee christie.lee@preserveproducts.com 781-893-1032
Preserve John Lively john.lively@preserveproducts.com 781-893-1032
Product Stewardship Institute Mike Younis michael@productstewardship.us 617-236-4866
Product Stewardship Institute Caitlin McAllister caitlin@productstewardship.us 617-236-8293
Product Stewardship Institute Sierra Fletcher sierra@productstewardship.us 617-236-4886
Promotum Sam Nejame Sam@Promotum.com 617-976-5084
Provenance Venture Partners Mark Lester Mark@forgepartnersllc.com 617-849-6521
Providence School Cece Monemou jbmonemou@hotmail.com 401-559-0547
Red Leaf Property Ventures LLC Frank Fielder redleafpv@comcast.net 609-903-5309
Remote Automation Solutions David Staschke David.Staschke@emerson.com 860-945-2291
restoration/cleaning industry Albert Cabral al@hightowerresidential.com 203-515-1196
RI Dept of Env Mgt Beverly Migliore beverly.migliore@dem.ri.gov 401-222-4700 x7503
RIDEM Richard Enander richard.enander@dem.ri.gov 401-222-4700 x4411
RIMES John Gilheeney jgilheeney@rimes.org 401-270-8896 x406
SABIC Innovative Plastics Robert McKay robert.mckay@sabic-ip.com 413-441-5064
Saint-Gobain Innovative Materials Paul Braun paul.braun@saint-gobain.com 508-351-7712
Salem State University Mustafa Yatin myatin@salemstate.edu 617-335-4110
SALUTARIS HOLDING INC Konstantin Goranov konstantin@salutaris-usa.com 617-217-2012
SALUTARIS LLP Albena Milentcheva albena@salutaris-usa.com 617-444-8454
Save That Stuff Julia Wolfe Julia@savethatstuff.com 617-241-9998
Science and Technology Magnet High School Therese Natoli natolit@newlondon.org 960-437-6496 x7321
Self Martina Green green.martina@gmail.com 661-644-3194
Self Elizabeth Fuller liz.mackellar@gmail.com 831-566-8824
Self Emile Bellott emile.bellott@gmail.com 508-397-7644
Sensata Technologies, Inc. Michael Elliott melliott@sensata.com 508-236-1809
Seventh Generation, Inc. Martin Wolf mhw@seventhgeneration.com 802-540-3791
Silent Spring Institute Ruthann Rudel rudel@silentspring.org 617-332-4288
Simmons College Katrina Thistle jonathan.stephan@gordon.edu 978-229-5454
Simmons College Natalie Lowell nat.lowell@gmail.com 978-229-5454
Southington Dept. of Public Health Scott Cook cooks@southington.org 860-276-6279
Stockholm Environment Institute Eric Kemp-Benedict erickb@sei-us.org 617-590-5436
Suffolk University Patricia Hogan phogan@suffolk.edu 617-973-5317
Suffolk University Denyce Wicht dwicht@suffolk.edu 617-573-8252
Sustainable Collaboration Works, LLC Barbara DiBiase barbdib@maine.rr.com 207-749-8453
Sustainable Milton Imge Ceranoglu imgius@comcast.net 617-298-7801
Sustainable Milton Sarah Mills sustainablemilton@me.com 617-898 1753
Tatum, LLC Dan Dwight dan.dwight@tatumpartners.com 617-364-5087
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