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Pohl Jacquelyn Pohl

Research and Development Chemist, Burt's Bees

Jacquelyn Pohl is a Scientist II at the Clorox Company, working on the Burt's Bees business. She is a product developer across all personal care categories specializing in natural formulations including sustainable nonwoven development. Jacquelyn's recent launches include Burt's Bees Eye Makeup Remover Pads and Burt's Bees Gloss Lip Crayons and she is actively working on innovation in the nonwoven space. Prior to the Clorox Company, Jacquelyn worked for several years at Procter and Gamble formulating in the skin care and color cosmetics categories. Jacquelyn earned her B.S. in Chemistry from University of Cincinnati.


Tuesday 9:05 am - 10:30 am
The Unfixed Nature of Sustainability

Sustainability Panel - Jacquelyn Pohl

How do consumers define sustainability? Is it "all natural" or "organic" products? Maybe it is products with a low carbon footprint or made with recycled or recyclable ingredients? This panel will deliberate the differences between what we, the wipes industry, define as sustainable and how consumers interpret sustainability. Each member of the panel will share how their company satisfies the consumers' interpretation of sustainability when it can mean so many different things.


Wednesday 11:10 am - 12:00 pm
Material Science Advancements in Sustainability

Sustainability... That's How We Roll

Driving sustainability is something that Burt's Bees does in all aspects of the business. Nonwovens have become one of the focuses in our sustainability wheelhouse with a concentration on not only processes but fibers as well. Burt's is taking a unique approach to nonwoven development including not just virgin fibers but waste streams as well to help minimize the environmental footprint of a typical single use product.

 

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