Speaker/Affiliation/Presentation Title

Tues. June 2 10:00 am


  • Monona Rossol, Arts, Crafts & Theater Safety, Inc.

Tues. June 2 1-2:30pm

Alternatives Assessment: The Search for Safer Substitutes


Paint Stewardship: Local, State and National Perspectives


Healthy Environments for the Next Generation

  • Nicole Thomsen, King County Health,
  • Steven Gilbert, Institute of Neurotoxicology and Neurological Disorders
  • Holly Davies, WA Dept. of Ecology

Tue. June 2
3 -  4:30 pm


Chemical Vignettes: Two Storytellers Who’ve Seen it All

  • Monona Rossol, Arts, Crafts & Theater Safety
  • Dave Waddell, LHWMP in King County

Disaster Debris: Not “If”, but “When”

  • Ray Carveth, LHWMP in King County, Disaster Debris: What You Need to Know Before You Have to Deal With It
  • Dan Nibaour, Metro (Portland), Improving Resiliency Through Employee Disaster Preparedness
  • Chuck Matthews, WA Dept. of Ecology, Management of Suspected and Confirmed Hazardous Materials Associated with Japanese Tsunami Marine Debris

Green Chemistry and Chemical Policy

Wed. June 3rd
8:30 – 10 am

The Dark Side of Shiny Cars, Fancy Nails, and Legal Weed: Emerging Issues in King County’s CESQGs


EPR: Lessons Learned Across Multiple Programs


PCBs: Regulations and Best Practices

Wed. June 3
10:30 - noon

EPR: Problem Solving Panel

  • Scott Klag, Metro (Portland),
  • Dave Galvin, LHWMP in King County
  • Sego Jackson, Seattle Public Utilities

HHW Operations: If We Build It Will They Come?


CESQGS II: Lead, Nicotine & Wrecked Cars

Wed. June 3
1:30-3:00 pm

LightRecycle Washington: Q & A

  • Peter Thermos, LightReycle Washington
  • Lauren Kulokas, Product Care Association
  • Joanne Neugebauer-Rex, WA Dept. of Ecology
  • Rick Gilbert, Kitsap County

Chemical Management Messages for Non-English Speakers

LHWMP in King County:

  • Charles Wu, Will Perry, Nicole Thomsen, Denise Sharify, Tracee Mayfield,

EnviroStars, The Next Generation: Staying Relevant and Engaged

  • Laurel Tomchick, LHWMP in King County
  • Jenna Higgins, City of Kirkland
  • Stephanie Gowing, Seattle Office of Economic Development
Wed. June 3 3:30-5:00 pm

Telling Your Story

  • Annette Frahm, FrahmComm, Liz Satterthwaite, Engage Northwest, Using Stories to Engage your Community
  • Erin Jeffries, Joanne Lind, WA Dept. of Ecology; Marty Riemer, Twisted Scholar, Creating Videos to Explain Dangerous Waste Requirements

Waste and Sewer Systems: You Can’t Flush Your Problems Away


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