WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Please join us 2-3 p.m. Tuesday, February 13, 2018, for a panel discussion sponsored by the U.S. Senate Auto Caucus, Ohio Sen. Rob Portman, Co-Chair. The discussion will address the auto industry’s success at recycling old car batteries; 99 percent of car batteries are recycled! The event will be in Room SVC-214 in the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center, Washington, D.C.
- Pat Hayes, Executive Director, Responsible Battery Coalition
- Ramon Sanchez, Ph.D., Director, Sustainable Technologies and Health Program, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health
- Adam Muellerweiss, Executive Director, Sustainability, Industry, and Government Affairs, Johnson Controls
- Jonathan Moser, Head, Environment and Public Affairs – Canada, Lafarge Canada
- Ray Pohlman, Vice President, Government and Community Relations, AutoZone
- Micah Thompson, Senior Manager, Environmental Affairs, Advance Auto Parts
Responsible Battery Coalition
Launched in April 2017, the RBC is a coalition of companies, academics and NGOs committed to the responsible management of the batteries of today and tomorrow, advancing the responsible production, transport, sale, use, reuse, recycling and resource recovery of transportation, industrial and stationary batteries and other energy storage devices. RBC’s members include Johnson Controls, Walmart, FedEx, Ford Motor Co., Honda North America, Advance Auto Parts, AutoZone, Canadian Energy, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Club Car and LafargeHolcim.
Responsible management of today’s batteries and those yet to be imagined