2016 RCRA Summit and ASTSWMO Annual Meeting

Washington, District of Columbia

RCRA Summit

At the 40th anniversary of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), The Horinko Group in partnership with ASTSWMO and ITRC gather a community of experienced practitioners to exchange ideas and shape the debate about the future of this important program on October 26th, 2016. RCRA's regulatory enforcement programs have accomplished a great deal over the past forty years.  As U.S. EPA fashions its approach to RCRA 2040, the statute stands to achieve much more.  Looking forward, real progress will be made through collaboration with States, local governments, industry, academia, and communities.  Summit panelists and attendees will discuss how we can capture the accomplishments of the past and leverage these results into a new, innovative, and productive enterprise.

Registration Fee — 
$85 for Industry and Trade Associations 
$35 for Government, Non-profits and Academia

Location — 
Crowell & Moring
1001 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, 10th Floor
Washington, DC 20004

More information — 
http://www.thehorinkogroup.org/thg-2016-summit/ 

ASTSWMO Annual Meeting

ASTSWMO ​is ​pleased ​to ​invite ​State ​and ​Territorial ​(State) ​ Hazardous ​Waste, ​Superfund, ​Brownfields, ​Tanks ​(LUST ​and ​State ​ Funds), ​Federal ​Facilities, ​and ​Materials ​Management ​managers, ​ as ​well ​as ​EPA ​Headquarters ​and ​Regional ​staff, ​DOD ​officials,  ​and ​other ​invited ​guests ​to ​the ​October ​27-28, ​2016, ​ASTSWMO ​Annual ​Meeting ​in ​Washington, ​DC. ​Due ​to ​limitations ​on hotel ​meeting ​space ​capacity ​and ​accommodations ​availability, priority ​attendance ​will ​be ​given ​to ​our ​members, ​federal ​officials, ​and ​invited ​guests. ​

Registration Fee — 
None

Location — 
Marriott Marquis
901 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20001

More information — 
http://astswmo.org/main/meetings.html#am

 

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