Lean Manufacturing & Sustainability Strategy

Ryan McMullan has dedicated nearly 14 years of his professional time helping Toyota with sustainability initiatives, including chemicals management. Before Toyota, Ryan was a classmate of mine during our graduate studies at UC Santa Barbara's Bren School of Environmental Science and...

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Ingesting PFCs while learning the ABCs?

A golden opportunity for food packaging manufacturers to redesign with safer alternatives

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Interview: A Proactive Approach to Design Safer Products

Prior to the Sustainable Brands Vancouver Conference, we caught up with Olivia Fritz, an Environmental Project Engineer at Kohler, Co. to learn more about key drivers and future trends for product transparency.

What is the key driving factor towards more transparency, within your...

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Future-Proofing Product Stewardship

Safer products reduce risk, satisfy customer demands, and enable your company to be proactive participants in the circular economy

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Business Value of Chemical Assessment

Addressing Risk Assessment & Admirable Substitutions

Balancing the benefits from chemical science with their potential for health and environmental hazards is a tough act. The innovations made possible from plastics, cleaners, fuels and other chemicals have dramatically enhanced our...

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Admirable Substitution: Preferred chemistries in the circular economy

We recently read a New York Times opinion piece, What Poisons Are in Your Body? It made us all pause and think. The author, Nicholas Kristoff, purposely spent years of his life limiting his exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals before he wrote this post, which was based on the...

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toxnot PBC is a public benefit corporation with a mission to help companies be transparent about chemicals and their impacts with design tools, client communications and supply chain intelligence so that they can promote and sell better products.