All of us can learn more about the regulations. And when an opportunity presents itself to learn them directly from the environmental regulatory agency in your state – in this case the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) – it’s a good idea to take advantage of it.
What is it?
2014 Michigan Environmental Compliance Conference
When and where?
May 29 -Traverse City
June 5 – Grand Rapids
June 10 – Livonia
Registration Fee: $130. This includes breakfast, lunch, conference materials and the brand new 8th Edition of the “Michigan Guide to Environmental, Health, and Safety Regulations. That’s practically worth the whole $130 right there!
Conference highlights include:
- Four concurrent tracks with 24 sessions that cover waste and wastewater management, air quality requirements, remediation, pollution prevention and other topics.
- Release of the 8th Edition of the “Michigan Guide to Environmental, Health, and Safety Regulations” developed by the DEQ and the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA).
- “Expert Area” devoted to one-on-one assistance providing you an opportunity to network with DEQ, MIOSHA, and Michigan State Police staff and to get your questions answered.
You will not want to miss this training opportunity if you are responsible for making sure your company, municipality, or institution is in compliance with Michigan’s environmental regulations. Environmental consultants, state and local officials, and anyone else interested in learning about Michigan’s environmental regulations and how to comply are also welcome to attend.
Learning the regulations of every state that has an authorized hazardous waste program – like Michigan – is a priority of mine. My Onsite Training focuses on just the regulations you need to know for compliance at your facility, whether it’s State or Federal. I highly recommend attending this conference (I can’t make it due to scheduling conflicts, but I’ll do everything I can to make the next one).
After attending the conference you decide you need assistance in complying with the regulations of the MDEQ f0r hazardous waste, universal waste, used oil, or liquid industrial waste (it’s a Michigan thing), don’t hesitate to contact me. I can help.