Air & Waste Management – PNWIS Annual Conference 2011

Harrison Hot Springs (explored!)
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PNWIS 2011 Technical Committee – Interested in building your professional network?  Want to meet other environmental professionals from all over the Pacific Northwest?  Why not make a presentation about your work during a popular local conference?

The deadline for the Air & Waste Management Association’s Pacific Northwest International Section (PNWIS) 2011 Annual Conference is fast approaching.  There are only 10 DAYS LEFT to submit your abstract for PNWIS 2011.

The PNWIS conference is famous for its networking opportunities, as well as formal training courses such as the professional development course being offered this year:

“Project Management Essentials for Environmental Management Professionals” instructed by David Elam, Principal at Summa Consultants in Chapel Hill, North Carolina

This year’s conference keynote address:

“The North American Emission Control Area” will be delivered by Andrew Green, Director of Air Quality Programs for Puget Sound Clean Air Agency

Check out the rest of the technical program in the provisional schedule at  To be part of the program all you need to do is submit an abstract and prepare a presentation – no formal paper is required.  Abstracts should include the name, address, e-mail, and phone number for the primary author and be no longer than 400 words.  You can submit your abstract for the attention of the technical committee to until September 1st.

All speakers must register for the conference, so at a minimum speakers must pay for a 1-day registration.  However, we hope that you will plan to attend the full 3-days to benefit from this networking opportunity, as well as the rest of the conference.

Find out more about PNWIS 2011 by visiting

Hope to see you at Harrison Hot Springs!

– your friendly PNWIS 2011 Technical Committee


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