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Event focuses on pharmaceutical environment issues

Be sure to mark your calendars for "ENVIROPHARM 2007, Pharmacology for Healthcare Professionals".

Be sure to mark your calendars for “ENVIROPHARM 2007, Pharmacology for Healthcare Professionals”.

DATE: April 30th, 2007

LOCATION: Novotel Toronto Centre (45 The Esplanade, Toronto, Ontario)


The organizers write:

You will NOT want to miss the FOURTH annual Environmental Conference for the Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Industries. You’ll meet forward-thinking colleagues… hear speakers who can offer important insights… gain new perspectives on the issues that are of premium importance in todays work environment.

Confirmed Speakers:

Colin Isaacs – President, Contemporary Information Analysis, Ltd. (CIAL), former Executive Director of Pollution Probe and Chair of the Knowledge of the Environment for Youth Foundation

Global Environmental Issues and the Pharmaceutical Industry

Dr. Ted Boadway, Chair, Ontarios Executive Committee on Trans-Boundary Air Pollution and former Executive Director of Health Policy, Ontario Medical Association

The Effects of Environmental Pollution on Human Health

Dr. Chris Metcalfe – Professor, Environmental & Resource Studies, Trent University

Pharmaceuticals released into the environment: Assessing the Risks

Frances Edmonds – Director, Environmental Programs, Hewlett-Packard (Canada)

Product Stewardship Programs H.P.s Experience

Nora Doerr-MacEwen – Faculty of Environmental Studies, University of Waterloo , Stakeholders’ Views In the Management of Human Pharmaceuticals In the Environment

Greg Brown, President, Pollutech Environmental Limited, Water Acts & Regulations Review for the Healthcare / Pharmaceutical Sector

Guy Crittenden Editor in chief, Solid Waste & Recycling magazine

Environmental Issues: A Sea of Change

Invited Speakers

Sonya Kleywegt, Policy Analyst MOE (Ontario), Current Research & Policy Directions for Wastewater, Drinking Water & Surface Water for Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products (PPCPs) in the Canadian Environment

Anne Mitchell Executive Director, Canadian Institute for Environmental Law and Policy (CIELAP), Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products and Endocrine-Disrupting Substances: There Is No Away

Gordon Day Stewardship Ontario , Membership Services, Extended Producer Responsibility: Ontario & Beyond

Registration/Conference Info

$495 + GST ($524.70) Breakfast & Lunch included

SPECIAL STUDENT RATE – $99.99 + GST ($106.00)

Limited 25 spaces available for students – reserve early

Networking and cocktails will follow the days event. Delegates are then invited to join us for
Dinner and a Movie which is complimentary. Our Feature Presentation:

An Inconvenient Truth – former U.S. Vice President Al Gores acclaimed Oscar-winning documentary

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