Cleaning Products US 2019 | Workshop

The State of Compliance: Ingredient Transparency Mandates for 2019 and Beyond Pre-Conference Workshop

Tuesday, October 1 | Pre-Conference Workshop

The State of Compliance: Ingredient Transparency Mandates for 2019 and Beyond

AM Workshop (8:30 am – 12 pm)

Moderator: Brian Sansoni, Senior Vice President, Communications, Outreach & Membership, American Cleaning Institute

  1. Introduction to the challenges facing the Cleaning Products industry as it pertains to Ingredient Transparency and Compliance

    Darrell Martin , PhD | Product Consultant of Lisam Systems

    By the end of 2019, ingredient disclosure for cleaning products will have finally come into fruition. California and New York’s regulations have similar goals -- to educate the consumer. However, compliance with both requirements presents significant hurdles to manufacturers. This session will highlight the key similarities and notable differences in ingredient disclosure compliance.

  2. Regulatory Frontlines: 1,4-Dioxane, VOCs and Ingredient Communication

    Panelists from American Cleaning Institute

    Presenters:

    Kathleen Stanton, Senior Director, Technical & Regulatory Affairs – American Cleaning Institute

    Jacob Cassady, Director, Government Affairs – American Cleaning Institute

    The cleaning product supply chain is active in multiple arenas across the country addressing state-level legislative and regulatory frameworks on ingredient communication, 1,4-dioxane and volatile organic compound (VOC) levels. In this panel discussion, Jacob Cassady and Kathleen Stanton of the American Cleaning Institute will provide updates on activities in New York and California that are posing marketplace challenges to both cleaning product formulators and chemical suppliers.

  3. Networking Break

  4. Toxic Substances Control Act: State of Play for New and Existing Chemicals

    Richard E. Engler, PH.D. | Director of Chemistry of Bergeson & Campbell, P.C

    U.S. EPA has been hard at work implementing the changes to TSCA enacted by the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act.  This discussion will include discussion of EPA’s activities in both the New Chemicals and Existing Chemicals programs.

  5. Audience Q&A with Speakers

    • Darrell (D.J.) Martin, Ph.D., Product Consultant, Lisam Systems
    • Dr. Richard Engler, Director of Chemistry, Bergeson & Campbell PC
    • Kathleen Stanton, Senior Director, Technical & Regulatory Affairs – American Cleaning Institute
    • Jacob Cassady, Director, Government Affairs – American Cleaning Institute
  6. Closing Remarks