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People to People: Working Together for Your Safety

People to People: Working Together for Your Safety

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October 22nd 2013:Keep Scary Chemicals and Counterfeit Materials Out of Your Halloween

Every year, especially as parents or grandparents, we buy Halloween merchandise. Dress-up and decorating can be so much fun! We love to help the little ones picking out the costume and try it on. How many times do kids put on their new costume before the school party or the neighborhood tour? The kids I know do it almost every day, for several weeks. Whether the costumes comes with the warning of CA Prop 65 or not, undisclosed or improperly monitored toxic ingredients will get on children’s hands and end up in their mouths. Besides the costumes, consumer safety advocates warn us about coun

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Bill Cardoso

Bill Cardoso, Ph.D., is the Chief Executive Officer and founder of Creative Electron. A native of Brazil, Bill came to the US in 1998 as a 'guest engineer' at the US Department of Energy's renowned Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory (Fermilab). Bill has an MS and PhD degrees from the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) and an MBA from the University of Chicago. Bill is part of the technical committee of several conferences including the SMTA/CALCE Component Counterfeit Conference, SMTA International, Components for Military and Space Electronics Conference, SPIE Photonics, and the IEEE Nuclear Science Symposium. Bill serves in the G19 committee writing the standards for counterfeit de
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Nancy Uding

Nancy Uding is the Grants & Research Manager at Washington Toxics Coalition. With professional experience in hazardous waste management and in waste water engineering, she recently worked in research at Seattle Children's Hospital testing the efficacy of a class for parents of children with special health care needs. Nancy has worked on environmental issues, women's issues, in special needs parenting support, and is a trained organizer in international social justice work. Nancy has a BS in Ecosystems Analysis from Huxley College at Western Washington University, and an MSE in Environmental Engineering from UW. Nancy enjoys spending time with her family and loves to travel.
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