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Travis Kline and Mark Heaney to Participate in IMPACT2022, Hosted by the Household and Commercial Products Association

Travis Kline, MEM, BCES (Washington, D.C.) and Mark Heaney will attend and participate in IMPACT2022, the midyear meeting of the Household and Commercial Products Association (HCPA), which will be held both online and in person at The Mayflower Hotel in Washington, D.C. May 11 through 13, 2022.

Travis will present "PFAS Chemistry Health Concerns and Content in Consumer Products" on May 13, 2022, at 11:00 a.m. EDT. A Senior Principal Toxicologist based in Washington, D.C., Travis has more than 25 years of experience focused on human health risk assessment and applied toxicology. He provides litigation support and works to develop novel approaches and solutions to the characterization of problematic exposures. His recent focus has been on risk-driven advocacy and allocation support at large, multi-Potentially Responsible Party (PRP) Superfund sites.

Mark will provide an overview of Geosyntec and SiREM's work to support antimicrobial products as part of a Geosyntec-sponsored session on May 12 at 3:00 p.m. EDT. A Senior Principal Consultant based in New York, Mark offers more than 30 years of experience supporting clients in environmental, health, and safety (EHS) regulatory compliance as well as on other complex environmental site investigation, remediation, and liability management projects. His work often involves consumer products, industrial chemicals, automotive supply, pesticides, industrial products manufacturing, energy utilities, and law firms.

HCPA's mid-year meeting, IMPACT2022, offers attendees the chance to learn about and engage on the public policy issues that impact the household and commercial products industry. Thought leaders from inside and outside the industry will discuss regulatory issues, information related to product registrations, and disruptions caused by COVID-19. Sessions focus on issues that impact household and commercial products, including ingredient communication, retailer expectations, product safety, the supply chain, market trends, packaging, and technical issues.

The HCPA represents companies that make and sell products used for cleaning, protecting, maintaining, and disinfecting in homes and commercial environments. Their mission is to protect, promote, and enhance the household and commercial products industry and the consumers and workers who use their members' products.

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