D08 ROOFING AND WATERPROOFING D18 SOIL AND ROCK D19 WATER D20 PLASTICS D22 AIR QUALITY D34 WASTE MANAGEMENT D35 GEOSYNTHETICS E06 PERFORMANCE OF BUILDINGS E44 SOLAR, GEOTHERMAL AND OTHER ALTERNATIVE ENERGY SOURCES E47 E48 BIOENERGY AND INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS FROM BIOMASS E50 ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT, RISK MANAGEMENT AND CORRECTIVE ACTION E60 SUSTAINABILITY F20 HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES AND OIL SPILL RESPONSE F40 DECLARABLE SUBSTANCES IN MATERIALS G02 WEAR AND EROSION
Three representatives of the Chinese Academy of Inspection and Quarantine met with ASTM staff on Jan. 12 to discuss the potential for information exchange and training pertaining to the packaging and transportation of hazardous chemicals. Established in 2004, CAIQ is a national academy responsible for research, technical support and enforcement related to inspection and quarantine across various product lines. Shown (L to R): Professor Chen, Ph.D., Research Center for Import-Export Chemicals Safety/AQSIQ; Alyson Fick, manager, ASTM Committee F40 on Declarable Substances in Materials; Ms. Wang Xiaobing, Vice Director, China National Chemical Economic and Technical Development Center; Teresa Cendrowska, vice president Global Cooperation, ASTM; and Li Haishan, Deputy Director, Institute of Chemicals Safety, CAIQ.
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