Greg Morose is a Project Manager with Institute focused on alternatives assessment projects. He is leading the New England Lead-Free Electronics Consortium,  a collaborative effort of the Toxics Use Reduction Institute , the University of Massachusetts Lowell  and industry, researching and testing lead-free alternatives for printed wiring boards for the electronics industry. Mr. Morose also conducted a comprehensive investigation of alternatives to mercury containing products including relays, measuring devices, switches, thermostats, and button batteries for the University's Lowell Center for Sustainable Production[http://www.sustainableproduction.org/]. He is a member of a working group to help the U.S. EPA conduct an assessment of flame retardant alternatives to penta-BDE for various flexible polyurethane foam products such as mattresses and upholstered furniture. Mr. Morose has a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Master’s of Science degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Massachusetts Lowell, as well as a Master’s of Business Administration degree from California State University.