Today, we hear a lot of industries and brands talk about how "green" their products are, but how many of those claims are really true? And what is the real impact of those products to our environment and communities?
This webinar will turn to science-based insights, rigorous testing results, and thoughts from leading sustainability and toxicology experts to underscore how PVC pipe can help municipalities meet their green infrastructure goals.
I. Understand what an LCA is, how they are completed, and what differentiates a reliable LCA from an attempt at marketing (NSF certified to the ISO standards).
II. Learn more about the key outcomes of a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) that point to the sustainability benefits of PVC pipe.
III. Understand PVC pipe from a toxicological perspective and how this relates to provide safe and clean drinking water to communities
Ronald W. Brecher, PhD, DABT, C.Chem., Toxicology, Risk Assessment, Risk Communication
Angie Bidlack, PE, MBA, Specification Engineer, Westlake Pipe & Fittings
Tad Radzinski, PE, SEP, LEED AP, SFP , President and Co-Founder, Sustainable Solutions Corporation
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