The Universal Selection Source: Adhesives Ingredients

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How changing plasticizer regulations around the globe are going to affect your business

Eastman
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Eastman regulatory manager, Scott Boito, has been keeping up with the changing regulatory landscape as it pertains to phthalates, with a focus on the United States and Europe, with specific emphasis on how these regulatory changes are going to affect the plasticizer industry in the coming years. 

Regulations are changing at an increasing rate, and NGOs and retailers are following this trend as well as driving change. All of these things have direct impact on formulations; find out what's next and how it may affect your business.
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Scott Boito

Length: 90 min

Why should you view this webinar?

By watching this Webinar recording, you will:

  • Have an update on regulatory landscape and how that timeline will affect you
  • Hear about alternatives to traditional plasticizers
  • Learn about how NGOs and retailers are driving the push towards non-phthalate plasticizers
  • Understand what's affecting the deselection of certain plasticizers in the industry 

Who should view this webinar?

 

  • Resin suppliers
  • Adhesives formulators
  • Polymer compounders
  • Polymer converters
  • Molders
  • Designers and OEMs
  • Specifiers
  • Marketers 

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Scott Boito - Eastman Chemical Company

Scott Boito Scott Boito is the regulatory and advocacy manager for plasticizers at Eastman Chemical Company. With 17 years in the chemical industry, Scott joined Eastman in 2012 to formalize the company’s regulatory and advocacy activities for the plasticizers business. 
Originally trained as a synthetic organic chemist, Scott later branched out into Library and Information Science. Before coming to Eastman, he managed the US R&D information center for a major specialty chemical company for 7 years before moving into product stewardship and regulatory in 2007, covering 8 businesses and several different chemistries.

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