Thirsty Thursday: Glass Options for a Healthy Built Environment

Thirsty Thursday: Glass Options for a Healthy Built Environment
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Date: 11 January 2021

Join NGA at 1:00 pm ET on Jan. 21 for this 60-minute Thirsty Thursday session, presented by Kayla Natividad, NSG/Pilkington.

This session will discuss the relationship between the built environment and human health and glass options that address current occupant health considerations.

This webinar is free to attend, though registration is required. 

DATE AND TIME

January 21, 2021
1:00 pm ET

PRESENTER

Kayla Natividad
Pilkington | NSG

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