ASTM International Plastics Committee Presents Award of Excellence
ASTM International Committee D20 on Plastics has presented its Award of Excellence to Gary Cornell, quality and standards manager at Q-Lab Corp., a global provider of material durability testing products located in Westlake, Ohio, USA.
D20 noted Cornell’s exemplary technical contributions and valued leadership as a committee member since 2005. He currently serves as the committee’s vice chairman-methods and leads the subcommittee on Durability of Plastics. Cornell is active on several other ASTM committees as well, including D01 on Paint, Related Coatings, Materials and Applications, where he is membership secretary and secretary of D01.27 on Accelerated Testing. He also works on committees covering building sealants, wood, roofing, rubber, textiles, solar energy and more, and serves on the ASTM Standing Committee on Certification Programs.
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