Posted June 5th, 2012 in Uncategorized
Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant’s Laura Kammin will be one of the speakers attending this weekend’s Great Lakes Pharmaceutical Stewardship Summit in Chicago.
The event is scheduled for June 7-8, and will offer experts, policymakers, and stakeholders an opportunity to discuss the creation of a regional program for collecting and disposing of unwanted medicines.
Developing a regional program has the potential to offer a significant amount of protection for Lake Michigan and the millions of people who rely on the lake for their drinking water.
More information about the summit, including registration info, can be found on the Product Stewardship Institute’s website.
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