The Technical Committee served as an ad hoc group that advised the development of the 2014 pilot version of the Chemical Footprint Project Survey.
Sara Cederberg, U.S. Green Building Council
Beth Eckl, Practice Greenhealth
Sonja Haider, ChemSec
Barbara Kyle, Electronics Takeback Coalition
Rich Liroff, Investor Environmental Health Network
Brian Martin, Seagate
Roger McFadden, McFadden and Associates, LLC.
Joe Rinkevich, Scivera
Joyce Taylor, HP, Inc.
Howard Williams, Construction Specialties, Inc.
The Chemical Footprint Project gives companies across all industries tools to evaluate their progress in reducing Chemicals of High Concern and proactively identify opportunities for further action,
- Joyce Taylor, Hewlett-Packard Company
CFP is a market differentiator and provides a competitive advantage for business leaders. This new tool will add a level of transparency and help companies mitigate reputational and regulatory risks and exploit opportunities afforded by moving to safer chemicals.
- Roger McFadden, Staples, Inc.
We need metrics for reporting and benchmarking overall corporate performance on chemicals management. CFP is a publicly developed standard which could allow us to benchmark, track and report our overall corporate chemical management performance going forward. We look forward to its launch in 2015.
- Annie Schmidt, Seagate Technology, LLC
The Investor Environmental Health Network welcomes the launch of the Chemical Footprint Project. For too long chemicals and health have been missing pieces in Environmental Social Governance (ESG) assessments. Now we have a tool that investors can use to fill in this critical information.
- Richard Liroff, Investor Environmental Health Network
Companies need to know the chemicals in their products and supply chains, and be able to benchmark their performance. CFP offers a new and welcomed option for companies to make progress in these efforts.