The 55th annual conference of the Pacific Northwest International Section of the Air & Waste Management Association (aka PNWIS 2015) will be held November 4, 5 & 6, 2015 at the Skamania Lodge in Stevenson, Washington, USA.
You are hereby invited to submit an abstract for presentation at the PNWIS 2015 conference.
This is a unique opportunity to discuss an interesting topic or project you’ve been working on lately with professional colleagues. We are looking for a variety of environmental topics as well as perspectives consistent with our mission statement as a professional, non-profit, environmental organization.
PNWIS is a catalyst for environmental leadership by providing a neutral forum for discussion, education, and networking on technical issues relating to environmental management in the U.S., Pacific Northwest and Western Canada.
Abstracts shall be no more than 200 words and reflect the topic to be covered in your presentation. Presentation time slots are typically 20-30 minutes. We will let you know when your abstract has been accepted. Once accepted, it will be included in the PNWIS 2015 Technical Program and in the PNWIS 2015 Conference Program that is published and provided to our conference delegates. Both documents will also be available online at: http://www.pnwis.org/annualconference/
Abstract are required to be submitted online at:
To help brainstorm, we’ve included a list of environmental topics from last year’s PNWIS 2014 conference. This list is presented as an example and is not intended to limit the scope of topics open for presentation. Feel free to be creative and innovative in your approach as we are always looking for new ideas and presenters.
Looking forward to seeing you at Skamania Lodge in November.
Steve Rybolt and Dan Mahar
PNWIS 2015 Conference Technical Co-Chairs
* PS please pass this along to non-A&WMA members that may be interested. *
|Air Quality 101
Wood Heating NSPS
Sewage Sludge Incineration
Oil / Gas Industry
Landfill Monitoring of Gas and Groundwater
Air Quality Testing Monitoring
Landfill Design and Construction
Brownfield and Greenfield Projects
|Air Quality Modeling
Open Burning / Wood Stoves
Green Building ‐ LEED
Mine Waste and Water Issues
Air Toxics – MACT, etc.
Asbestos / Lead