Join hundreds of environmental professionals around the state to get your questions answered on environmental regulations at the 2018 MECC
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Looking for training on Air Quality permits and toxics?
Now is the time to take advantage of early registration ratesforthe Michigan Department of Environmental Quality’s premier compliance assistance event – the 2018 Michigan Environmental Compliance Conference (MECC) [ http://www.michigan.gov/deq/0,4561,7-135-3308_3333-459579–,00.html ]!
*JOIN US JUNE12-13 AT THE LANSING CENTER IN LANSING, MICHIGAN*
Keeping up to date on environmental regulations that affect your organization is a tough job. Dont miss this opportunity to stay informed and connected! The MECC is a packed two-day training event to help businesses, municipalities, and environmental professionals comply with their environmental requirements.
Air quality topics from the preliminary agenda [ https://www.michigan.gov/deq/0,4561,7-135-3308_3333-464183–,00.html ] range from introductory to more advanced and technical, so there is something for everyone, including:
* Determining Applicability – Air Permitting Overview
* Understanding Air Quality Permitting Exemptions
* Exemption Recordkeeping Whats Acceptable
* Air Toxics Screening Levels
* Understanding Air Toxics and Air Permitting
* Whats New in Title V
* Michigans Attainment/Nonattainment Status
* BMPs for Dispersion Modeling
Additional session topics include Michigan’s PFAS Response, Solid Waste and Recycling Advisors (SWRA) Statutory Changes, How the Air Quality Division is Looking at Public Participation, and tracks related to waste management, water quality, remediation, and environmental emergencies. In addition to these 70+ technical sessions, DEQ staff will be available for one-on-one assistance, and exhibitor opportunities are available to highlight innovative technologies that help solve today’s environmental issues.
This conference also provides an excellent opportunity to receive continuing education credits and qualifies for the following:
* Up to 9 Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
* Professional Engineers up to 9 CEHs
* Certified Hazardous Materials Managers (CHMM) – up to 9 certification maintenance points (CMPs)
* Certified Hazardous Materials Practitioners (CHMP) – up to 9 CMPs
* Certified Dangerous Goods Professional (CDGP) – up to 9 CMPs
* Drinking Water Operators up to 0.8 CECs in the Technical Category
* Municipal Wastewater Operators up to 0.9 CECs in the Technical Category
All for under $185 (through May 25)!
” “The MECC is only offered every two years, and the two-day break from the daily responsibilities is well worth it – for the “Michigan Guide to Environmental, Health, and Safety Regulations” alone. Join hundreds of environmental professionals around the state to get your questions answered, and get up to speed on regulatory updates, DEQ hot topics, best practices, and more.
Register by May 25 for best rates.
Reg and Info [ http://www.michigan.gov/deq/0,4561,7-135-3308_3333-459579–,00.html ]
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