The latest important information from A&WMA
» Board of Directors nominations open! We're looking for ONE new Director and the President-Elect for 2020.
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» IT3/HWC preliminary program posted. Make your plans to attend this focused conference at the beautiful South Shore Harbour Resort in League City, TX.
» Freight and Environment: Ports of Entry Conference program posted. Check out the keynote, panel, and session speakers and register now!
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Congratulations to the 14 students who received A&WMA scholarships, and the multiple recipients of Doctoral Dissertation, Master's Thesis, Student Poster and ECi Competition awards! Check out this year's winners.
The A&WMA invests in workforce development and in academic research essential to the improvement of environmental knowledge and innovation. Through consistent support from our members, organizations, industries, and Section & Chapter fundraising, students were supported in their desire to contribute to society and to fulfill the A&WMA Mission. Donate to the A&WMA Scholarship Fund now.
EPA Proposes Amendments to Coal Ash Regulations
A&WMA Newswire—The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing further amendments to the regulations governing the disposal of coal combustion residuals, commonly known as coal ash. This proposal is the first of three planned revisions to address matters raised in litigation, legislation, petitions for reconsideration and rule implementation.Read More
NSR Reform 2.0: What to Expect
EM—August 2019: In this month's issue, we look at the potential benefits and downsides of the latest efforts to reform the New Source Review program.Read More
Improving Reactive Nitrogen Deposition Budgets
EM—July 2019: This month's issue provides an overview of policy-relevant research needed to better understand emissions, air concentrations, and deposition of reactive nitrogen in the United States.Read More