Greg MoroseEmail: Greg@turi.org
Phone Number: (978) 934-2954
Toxics Use Reduction Institute
The Offices at Boott Mills West
126 John Street, Suite 14 (2nd floor)
Lowell, MA 01852
Greg Morose is a Research Manager for the Toxics Use Reduction Institute and a Research Professor for the College of Health Sciences at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Greg works with various industries to address the use of toxic chemicals throughout the supply chain. Greg has conducted comprehensive investigations of safer chemical alternatives to products using mercury, lead, hexavalent chromium, phthalates, radioactive materials, toluene, methylene chloride, methanol, and brominated flame retardants. Greg has a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering, a Master's of Science degree in Environmental Studies, a Master's of Business Administration degree, and a Doctoral degree in Cleaner Production and Pollution Prevention. Greg is also an ASQ certified Six Sigma Black Belt.
Catherine P. Barry, Gregory J. Morose, Keith Begin, Michael Atwater, Christopher J. Hansen (2017), "The Identification and screening of lower toxicity solvents for contact adhesives" International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives
Dayna Lamb, Gregory Morose, Kent DeFranco, Curtis Lemieux (2014), "Hex Chromium-Free Sealants for Defense and Aerospace" Products Finishing.
Gregory Morose, Jason Marshall, Dayna Lamb, Chiagoziem Uzor (2014), "Assessment of Safer Sealant Removers" Products Finishing.
Gregory Morose (2013), "Evaluation for Alternatives to Hexavalent Chromium Sealants", Metal Finishing.
Gregory Morose, Sammy Shina, and Robert Farrell (2011), “Supply Chain Collaboration to Achieve Toxics Use Reduction” Journal of Cleaner Production, Volume 19, Issue 5, Pages 397-407.
Gregory Morose (2009), "The 5 Principles of Design for Safer Nanotechnology" Journal of Cleaner Production.
Gregory Morose, Sammy Shina, Robert Farrell, Michael Ellenbecker, Rafael Moure-Eraso (2009), "Evaluation of Lead-free Solders, Halogen-free Laminates, and Nanomaterial Surface Finishes for Assembly of Printed Circuit Boards for High Reliability Applications" Journal of Surface Mount Technology