The latest important information from A&WMA
» The IT3/HWC Conference is going virtual! View the conference agenda and register now.
» Conference agenda available for the Virtual Information Exchange. Make your plans to attend!
» ACE 2021 Call for Abstracts deadline extended to December 20. Submit your work today!
» Board of Director's Election is now open. Browse candidate bios and vote with the email ballot.
» 2021 Honors and Awards Nominations are open. Recognize someone you know who has made a significant contribution to the environmental industry.
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12/9/2020 to 12/10/2020 EST
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All About ACE
Praise from our members and customers
About ACE 2020
- "The virtual format was great! I was able to attend and listen to more presentations than if it was in person."
- "A&WMA did a great job transitioning the format to virtual quickly."
- "Much better than I had anticipated"
About The Science of PFAS
"This has been the best PFAS science meeting I have attended since the SETAC special session last year.
I am glad to have been part of this."
Andrew Gillespie, Associate Director, US EPA/ORD/CEMM, ORD Executive Lead for PFAS R&D (Keynote speaker)
- "Excellent conference, state-of-the-art technical content"
- "Well thought out, covered all medias associated with PFAS"
There's more to come! Check out our listing of upcoming specialty conferences.
Strengths and Limitations of Current Tools to Characterize Background Ozone
EM – November 2020: This month, EM explores the strengths and limitations of the tools used to accurately quantify background ozone.Read More
Recent Advances in Understanding Ozone Pollution Near Large Water Bodies
EM – October 2020: The four studies highlighted in this issue of EM exemplify inter-agency and inter-state cooperative efforts to advance scientific understanding of air pollution near the land–water interface.Read More
Zero Emission Transportation
EM – September 2020: In this issue, we examine the transportation sector's progress toward zero emission fuels, buses, ships, and airplanes.Read More