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Information Exchange



Get the latest information on research and regulatory issues directly from the experts! 


Join A&WMA at one of the best kept secrets in the industry for information exchange, discussion, and solutions. This year's virtual program will cover policy updates, regulatory changes, and research on the latest environmental topics.

U.S. EPA speakers from the Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards (OAQPS) and Office of Research and Development (ORD) will present their latest information on environmental rules, policies, and research on current topics, including:
  • Power Sector Rules - Nick Hutson, EPA/OAQPS
  • Major MACT to Area (MM2A) Reclassifications - Rod Truesdell, EPA/OAQPS
  • RTR Program - Brian Shrager, EPA/OAQPS
  • NSPS Program Overview - Jodi Howard, EPA/OAQPS
  • NAAQS - Pat Dolwick, EPA/OAQPS
  • Summary of EPA's Current Work with Air Sensors & Satellites - Kristen Benedict and Barron Henderson, EPA/OAQPS
  • New Source Review - Tanya Abrahamian, EPA/OAQPS
  • National Emissions Inventory - Rich Mason, EPA/OAQPS
  • COVID-19 Impact on Air Quality - Liz Naess, EPA/OAQPS
  • PFAS Method Development - Jeff Ryan, EPA/ORD
  • PFAS Modeling - Ben Murphy, EPA/ORD
  • PFAS Incineration - Bill Linak, EPA/ORD
  • Sensor Advancement - Andrea Clements, EPA/ORD
  • Wildfire Smoke Stakeholder Engagement - Amara Holder, EPA/ORD

Additional speakers from industry, NGOs, agencies and academia will share their expertise and the latest solutions for maintaining compliance and reducing environmental impacts, including:
  • North Carolina Division of Air Quality Program Update - Michael Abraczinskas, North Carolina Division of Air Quality
  • Framework for Measurement and Modeling of Multi-pollutant Exposure Assessment - Chris Frey, North Carolina State University

Two panels are also in development on the topics of PFAS and Global Climate Change. 
Make your plans to attend!

$239 Member
$289 Nonmember
$99 Government/Speaker 

Student members attend free! If you are not a member, join now

Virtual conference access includes livestream sessions, recordings, and slides through March 31, 2021.