Mississippi Chapter: Come listen to Jennifer Milner, the State Recycling Coordinator, Friday, March 22nd, at noon in MDEQ's Commission Hearing Room for a Brown Bag Lunch. Jennifer was recently named Waste360's 40 Under 40 for her service and leadership in the waste and recycling industry and is a member of the Mississippi Recycling Coalition. RSVP today by emailing Karen Shea at email@example.com.
Save the date! The 2019 Annual Meeting and Technical Conference will be held September 11-13, 2019, at Callaway Gardens in Columbus, GA. Please contact Stephen Ellingson for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mississippi Chapter: EPA recently undertook sweeping changes to reorganize the hazardous waste generator regulations. These changes were generally intended to promote a better understanding of the regulatory obligations for all hazardous waste generators, from very small to large quantity generators, by better organizing and clarifying certain aspects of the regulations. Currently, these changes, referred to as the Hazardous Waste Generator Improvements Rule, are in effect at the federal level but not the state level. Carla Brown of Environmental Compliance & Safety, Inc. will discuss these changes, their impacts, and those portions of the rule MDEQ must adopt.
When: February 27th at 12:00 PM
Sponsored & snacks provided by: Environmental Compliance & Safety, Inc.
Missed the event? Follow the link for the slides. Questions? Ask Chapter board Secretary and presenter, Carla Brown!
Mississippi Chapter: Join us October 26th at 5:00 PM for a networking social with SONREEL (The Mississippi Bar's Section on Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law). Don't miss out on...
- Brews from Jackson's 1st microbrewery
- The new Tap Room that opened in July
- Other environmental professionals from the regulatory, industrial, legal, and consulting fields.
Mississippi Chapter: Please join us for the 2nd annual Breakfast with the Regulators, 8:30 AM, Wednesday, July 19, 2017 at the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality Commission Hearing Room. Anticipated topics include MDEQ's enforcement priorities for 2017-2018, important steps applicants cant take to assist MDEQ staff in processing their permit application, and MDEQ's new structure after reorganization. Breakfast provided by Neel-Schaffer.
Mississippi Chapter: Join MDEQ, A&WMA, and Trinity Consultants for the 5th Annual Mississippi Air Quality Workshop. This information packed training session covers Federal and Mississippi air quality permitting and compliance requirements. This event is for operational and environmental personnel, as well as managers who need a general understanding of these requirements. The workshop will include updates on recent regulatory developments and air topics. Hosted by Butler Snow law firm; hot lunch included. Click here to register!
- A&WMA Members: $59 (Discount Code: MSAWMA)
- New Members: $29 (Bring receipt to the workshop; Code: NEWMEM)
- Non-member: $99
- Government Employee: $39 (Code: GOVEMP)