Forecasting Cleaning Products Regulations: PFAS & Beyond

Exponent Presents at the Household & Commercial Products Association Annual Meeting

December 3 - 6, 2023
Healthcare professional sanitizing a surface by spraying disinfectant and wiping it

As household and commercial cleaning products regulations evolve, what contaminants and chemicals of concern does the industry need to evaluate now to stay ahead of future policies on formulations and packaging? 

At the Household & Commercial Products Association (HCPA) Annual Meeting, learn about the latest public policy issues and trends impacting the industry — from PFAS regulations to sustainability and emerging legislative concerns. Don't miss Exponent's Sarahann Rackl, Ph.D., P.E., present on the potential impacts of future chemical and contaminant regulations and connect with our experts at booth 39 to discuss our PFAS testing plans, product stewardship support, and chemical formulation consulting services

Exponent would also like to recognize Chemical Regulation & Food Safety Senior Scientist Madeleine Bee, Ph.D., for receiving the HCPA Aerosols Division's Emerging Professional Executive Award. Dr. Bee is among only seven HCPA members chosen for the award and will be recognized at the conference for her work in the industry on PFAS.

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Top down view of various cleaning supplies and a mop

"Policy Implications of the Evolving Market Session Chemicals and Contaminants of Concern"

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6, 2023 | 9:00-10:00 A.M. EST

Speaker: Sarahann Rackl Ph.D., P.E., Principal Engineer, Environmental & Earth Sciences 

Facing backlash about chemicals used intentionally or found as byproducts or contaminants, the household and commercial products industry can adapt now to potential future regulations. To help manufacturers prepare, industry experts will discuss emerging contaminants and chemicals of concern that could impact formulations and packaging for commercial and industrial cleaning products.  

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