The latest important information from A&WMA
» Final Program available for the Vapor Intrusion Virtual Conference. Register now!
» Registration is required by September 15 to attend the Visibility Conference in Bryce Canyon. View the updated conference program and make your plans now.
» It's not too late to apply for the position of Technical Editor-in-Chief of JA&WMA. Review of applications will begin September 10.
» Nominations for the 2022 Stern Award are now being accepted through September 16.
» Register for the upcoming Risk Communication webinar on September 22.
» Submit an abstract before the submission deadlines for the following conferences: AQ Measurements (October 1), Ports of Entry (October 29), and IT3/HWC (November 5).
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9/23/2021 to 9/24/2021 CDT
10/5/2021 to 10/8/2021 MDT
10/19/2021 to 10/20/2021 EDT
ACE 2021 is now available on demand!
If you missed the live conference, you can still view recorded live sessions, plus hundreds of presentations, slides, videos, and posters through December 2021.
Purchase online access to the ACE 2021 Virtual Conference now!
Congratulations to Lou Theodore, who has recently co-authored the second edition of Introduction to Environmental Management.
The book provides students and practitioners an understanding of the regulations, pollutants, and waste management issues that can be applied in various related environmental fields and industries. This new edition is updated throughout and adds eleven new chapters, including coverage of water conservation, water toxins, measurement methods, desalination, industrial ecology, legal issues, and more. Published by CRC Press and available on Amazon.
New Insights in Air Quality Monitoring Using Satellite Data
EM – September 2021: The articles in this month's issue describe some of the insights into air quality modeling that current and former satellite missions have provided and considers what discoveries may yet come from the next generation of satellite instrumentation.Read More
Young Professionals Report on Their Developing Areas of Expertise
EM – August 2021: This month's EM is the first of what we hope will become an annual special issue that focuses on the work being done by young professionals (YPs) who are building their resumes in a range of technical areas.Read More
Facing up to COVID-19
EM – July 2021: This month, EM considers topics related to the COVID-19 pandemic, most notably, experiences and lessons learned from federal and state policies addressing regulatory flexibility, compliance, enforcement, monitoring, permitting, and reporting.Read More