CHEVY CHASE, MD — RadTech, The Association for Ultraviolet and Electron Beam (UV+EB) Technologies, announced that Dan Marx, a printing industry veteran with nearly three decades of industry experience, will help lead the group's Sustainability Committee, chaired by Todd Fayne of PepsiCo and David Biro of Sun Chemical.
Marx will work to advance the Sustainability Committee's goals of developing appropriate and accurate data and information on the sustainability profile of UV+EB technologies. He will also monitor ongoing developments in UV+EB sustainability, and engage with NGOs and industry nonprofits to develop content and foster discussion among industry thought leaders.
"I'm excited to be working with the RadTech Committee and staff, and working to demonstrate the favorability of UV/EB technology within package production, printing, and a variety of other manufacturing segments. My past involvement with RadTech has given me a working knowledge of the technology, the people, the organization, and its goals," said Marx.
"Dan has long been a friend to RadTech and served for a number of years on our Printing and Inkjet Committees. He will bring to the position his knowledge, experience, and commitment to furthering the Committee's goals. We're happy to have him on board," said Gary Cohen, Executive Director.
Prior to joining the RadTech team, Marx worked for more than 28 years with the former Specialty Graphic Imaging Association (SGIA), now called PRINTING United Alliance. During his tenure, he focused on topics including environmental management, workplace safety, new technologies, identification of trends, and the collection and analysis of industry data.
To learn more about the RadTech Sustainability Committee, contact email@example.com.