The latest important information from A&WMA
» New conference announced! Bracing for Climate Change: Strategies for Mitigation and Resiliency Planning, December 11-12 in Santa Barbara. Call for abstracts open.
» ACE Technical Program posted. See sessions, presentations and authors to plan your week now!
» Nominations for the Exceptional Education Contributor Award are being accepted through May 6 . Nominate someone you know who has made a difference today.
» Upcoming webinars on Stack Testing, Sensor Deployment, The Clean Air Act and Emission Controls on Biogas Engines. Register today.
June 25-28, 2019
Quebec City Convention Centre
Quebec City, QC, Canada
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Details on technical sessions, courses, and events are posted online.
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"The Bay Area Air Quality Management District has been sponsoring A&WMA events for many decades. A&WMA events have provided the Air District with the opportunity to further educate our regional Board of Director’s about the very nuanced, complex and broad array of air quality management topics that make up the regulatory world. A&WMA works hard to ensure that attendees and presenters at conferences and events hail from all parts of the globe sharing their unique challenges and successes.
The Air & Waste Management Association, its affiliated conferences and meetings, are built upon the effectiveness and strength of its members. The Bay Area Air District believes that when one of our partner organizations is successful, we all have the opportunity to match that level of success through thoughtful sharing of ideas and lessons learned. A&WMA is among the best member organizations that helps further the advancement of clean air progress in the United States."
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Current Issues and Developments in Air Quality Monitoring
EM—May 2019: This month's issue focuses on key air quality monitoring issues and developments important to air quality managers.Read More
Implementing the Regional Haze Rules
From the Archive—In case you missed it...here's a look back at the May 2014 issue of EM, which presented the perspectives of several stakeholders concerning the U.S. Clean Air Act Regional Haze Program.Read More
Short-Lived Climate Pollutants
EM—April 2019: This month's issue explores the emissions of two short-lived climate pollutants—methane and black carbon—in the transport sector and discuss ways to reduce them.Read More