Healthy Building Network
Washington, District of Columbia
Ryan Johnson is a Materials Researcher for Healthy Building Network (HBN). Since 2000, HBN has defined the leading edge of healthy building practices that increase transparency in the building products industry, reduce human exposures to hazardous chemicals, and create market incentives for healthier innovations in manufacturing. A team of researchers, engineers, scientists, building experts, and educators work to reduce toxic chemical use, minimize hazards, and eliminate exposure, especially to those chemicals of concern that are deemed unnecessary or fail to improve product performance. HBN promotes the development of affordable green chemistry solutions that support a healthy, successful, circular economy. Ryan holds a BS in Chemistry and an MS in Environmental Health Sciences. He has a background in public health and indoor air quality that includes several years working in indoor exposure assessment for the California Air Resources Board (CARB). He joined HBN three years ago where he researches trends in building product formulations and generates guidance for selecting materials that reduce concerns related to human health and the environment.
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Wednesday, April 13, 2022
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM