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Managing Chemicals in Products: Implications for the Retail Supply Chain
More and more retailers are launching product curation and marketing programs that highlight products that are “clean” or “free” of specified chemicals. Join Dr. Bill Pease from UL, as well as representatives from Rite Aid, for a discussion of how and why retailers are responding to consumer demand for safer formulated products. Building on the data developed by their regulatory compliance programs, retailers are discovering new opportunities to market both private label and national brand products as safe and healthy. The webinar will identify the key components of these curation programs and review their implications for retail supply chains.

Jul 15, 2020 03:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Dr. Bill Pease
Chief Scientist in the Materials and Supply Chain Division @UL
Dr. Bill Pease is the Chief Scientist in the Materials and Supply Chain Division of UL, where he is responsible for the scientific methods and informatics services used by manufacturers and retailers to rate materials and products on their health, environmental and social impacts. Bill works with major retailers and manufacturers on their chemical policies and Restricted Substances Lists. He also helps design the standards they use to identify environmentally preferable products and to implement software systems to collect data from their supply chains. Bill is an expert in informatics and quantitative risk assessment.