The latest important information from A&WMA
» Two new webinars added on TANKS 4.09/AP-42 and US EPA's Ozone Advance Program
» Register now for Leadership Training Academy, April 27-29 in Pittsburgh.
» Nominations for the Exceptional Education Contributor Award are being accepted until April 27.
» MEGA 2018 registration is open and conference details are posted!
All About ACE
June 25-28, 2018
» Tech session schedules by day and topic are posted.
» Registration is open! Make your plans to attend now.
» William Wehrum and Janet McCabe kick off the event at the Keynote presentation
» Four technical tours planned to Kaman Helicopers, the Hartford Landfill, ISO New England, and Doosan Fuel Cells. Learn more.
» Discover many opportunities to gain exposure for your company at the most comprehensive conference on environmental technology and regulation.
The Air and Waste Management Association has been a tremendous influence on my career development....I owe my time practicing at United Airlines to the A&WMA. This tremendous employment opportunity was presented to me – unsolicited -- because another A&WMA member referred me to a colleague who was looking to fill an environmental legal position. That shows the power of getting involved in the professional community and developing your network!
My experience as an environmental lawyer in Chicago has been much richer because of all of the opportunities that the A&WMA has given me. The most important benefit of my involvement, however, has been getting a chance to meet and interact with so many professional friends that I have gotten to know over the years.
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