Informex will launch the GreenExchange at the InformexUSA exhibition January 2009 in San Francisco. The inaugural program will be tailored for chemical makers and allied trades that require economically viable, eco-friendly technologies geared toward greener reaction conditions, more efficient manufacturing processes and greater utilization of renewable raw materials in finished products. The GreenExchange program will include an all-new Green Pavilion, a centrally located exhibitor space for innovator companies with unique technologies, processes and technical solutions related to the development and utilization of green chemistry.
Executives and research scientists looking to understand the universe of opportunities that come with new Green Chemistry technologies are invited to attend the GreenExchange Breakfast Briefing Jan. 29, at 7:30 a.m. Speakers at the GreenExchange Breakfast Briefing include Clay Boswell, senior editor of ICIS Chemical Business; John C. Warner, director, Warner Babcock Institute for Green Chemistry; Maureen Gorsen, director of the California Department of Toxic Substances; Ronald Gebhard, Ph.D., R&D director, DSM Pharmaceutical Products; and Christopher E. Gann, CEO, Genomatica Inc.
InformexUSA will be held Jan. 27 30, 2009. For more information, visit www.informex.com.