2012 Regional Roundtable
Focusing on Regional Priorities: E3, Green Chemistry, and Chemicals of Concern to Puget Sound | Suquamish, Washington
October 23-25, 2012 | Clearwater Resort
PPRC’s 2012 Regional Roundtable will focus on several regional priorities. Those community leaders, manufacturing specialists, efficiency experts, and training gurus will meet to share best practices for implementing energy efficiency projects throughout the region. PPRC will provide opportunities to shorten the learning curve about green chemistry and deepen the conversation around how toxic chemicals are impacting Puget Sound. It’s a great opportunity to network with leaders in the region, sharpen your skills, and get energized—all in a beautiful location that is the Kitsap Peninsula’s best kept secret.
|TIME||GREEN CHEMISTRY TRAINING||E3 WORKSHOP|
|8:00 – 8:30 am||Registration||Registration|
|8:30 – 10:00 am||Green Chemistry 101
Marty Mulvihill, ACS CGI
|10:30 – 11:00 am||BREAK||BREAK|
|11:00 – 12: 30 pm||Green Chemistry 101, continues||E3 continues|
|12:30 – 1:30 pm||Lunch – Marty Mulvihill:
Green Chemistry and Manufacturing
|Lunch – Marty Mulvihill:
Green Chemistry and Manufacturing
|1:30 – 5:00 pm||Green Chemistry 201||E3 continues|
|3:30 – 5:00 pm||Off-site tour and training|
|5:30 – 7:00 pm||Reception||Reception|
|8:00 – 8:45 am||Registration||Registration|
|8:45 – 9:00 am||Introductions||John Harland, PPRC Board President
Paula Del Giudice, PPRC Executive Director
|9:00 – 10:00 am||Keynote Address||Charlotte Brody, BlueGreen Alliance|
|10:00 – 10:30 am||Break/Interactive Activity|
|What are the issues?|
|10:30 – 12:00 pm||1. Chemicals of concern
2. Columbia River Toxics Reduction Working Group
3. Treaty rights and toxics in fish
|1. Jim West, WDFW
2. Mike Cox, U.S. EPA
3. Dianne Barton, CRITFC
|12:00 – 1:00 pm||Lunch: What Happens to the Whales?
A Case Study of Anticipating the Environmental Consequences
of Emerging Green Technologies
|Scott Butner, PNNL|
|1:00 – 2:30 pm||What are the solutions? Moderator: Ken Zarker
1. CA Green Chemistry Initiative – what does it mean for industry?
2. WA Toxics Reduction Strategy – update
3. OR Toxics Reduction Strategy
|1. Marjorie MartzEmerson
2. Holly Davies, WA Dept. of Ecology
3. Kevin Masterson, OR DEQ
|2:30 – 3:00 pm||Bringing it all together||Tony Wright, Puget Sound Partnership|
|3:00 – 3:15 pm||BREAK|
|3:15 – 4:30 pm||Deepening the conversation||Interactions with experts in the field|
|4:30 – 4:45 pm||Adjourning comments|
|5:30 pm||Ferry leaves Bainbridge at 5:30 pm|
OCTOBER 25 – Green Chemistry Roundtable
|8 – 8:45 am||REGISTRATION||REGISTRATION|
Green Chemistry Education, Innovation & Economic Development
|Ken Zarker, WA Dept. of Ecology|
|9 – 9:45 am||Keynote||Richard T. Williams, Ph.D., ACS|
|9:45 – 10 am||BREAK||BREAK|
|10 – 11:45 am||Supply Chain Perspectives:
Opportunities & Challenges to Green Chemistry Innovation
Case Study 1: Advanced Biofuels Sector & Value Added Chemicals
Case Study 2: Bullitt Center & the Living Building Challenge
|Peter Moulton, State Energy Office|
|1 – 2 pm||Case Study 3: Pharmaceuticals & Biologics||TBD|
|2:15 – 3:30 pm||Working Sessions (Breakouts)Tools & Recognitions
Product Research, Development & Manufacturing Collaboration
|3:30 pm||Closing Plenary/Adjourn|
LODGING & TRAVEL
Participants can make their hotel reservations by calling the Clearwater Resort at 866-609-8700. Indicate you are part of the PPRC group when you make your call. The room rate is $83 per night, plus the Suquamish tax rate of 7.5% and a Kitsap Tourism Development Tax of $1.75 per room per night.
If the rooms at the Clearwater Resort are full, please call the Poulsbo Inn at 800-597-5151. This hotel is four miles away and is offering rooms for the same price if you mention that you are with the PPRC Regional Roundtable.
The breakfast buffet at the Suquamish Clearwater Resort is available to hotel guests at no cost. If you’re not staying at the hotel, you can purchase breakfast for $7 by paying at the hotel desk. The first refreshment break will feature pastries, fresh fruit, yogurt, and juices. Coffee, tea, and water are available all day.
Registration for the reception on October 23 is part of your overall registration fee and covers heavy hors d’oeuvres. Soft drinks and cocktails are available for purchase at the hotel lobby bar.
Travel by Ferry
Ferries leave Seattle for Bainbridge approximately every 55 minutes throughout the day. To arrive in time for the opening sessions in the morning, please plan on taking the 7:55 ferry for Bainbridge. There will be a Suquamish Clearwater Resort hotel van awaiting the ferry as you leave the terminal. Space is limited so carpooling is also encouraged. PPRC staff will be on hand to assist you.
Returning to Seattle:
Ferries leave Bainbridge at 3:50, 4:35, and 5:30 p.m. The afternoon agendas are designed to allow you to catch one of these ferries. The hotel shuttle transports guests back to the ferry terminal also. Please check with the hotel desk to let them know of your travel needs.
Adults (ages 19-64) walk on: $7.70
Vehicle under 14’ & driver: $10.55
For more information about the ferry system: http://www.wsdot.com/ferries/schedule/ScheduleDetailByRoute.aspx?route=sea-bi
Travel by Car
From the Seattle/Bainbridge Island Ferry
Follow Highway 305 North towards Poulsbo approximately six miles. The Resort is located just across the Agate Pass Bridge on the left.
From the Edmonds/Kingston Ferry
Take Highway 104 to Poulsbo. Turn left on Highway 305 and continue south through Poulsbo toward Bainbridge Island. The Resort is located just before the Agate Pass Bridge on the right.
Take Highway 16 West to Highway 3 North towards Poulsbo. Exit at the Highway 305 Bainbridge Island exit. The Resort is located just before the Agate Pass Bridge on the right.