Calendar

Oct
19
Thu
2017
Bayou Stewardship: From Awareness to Action Symposium @ United Way of Greater Houston
Oct 19 @ 7:30 am – 3:15 pm

The Bayou Preservation Association’s 14th Annual Symposium,  Bayou Stewardship: From Awareness to Actionwill take place on Thursday, October 19, 2017, and will feature timely presentations by Andrew Groocock and Anne Olson of the Buffalo Bayou Partnership; Beth White, Executive Director of the Houston Parks Board; Harris County Commissioner Jack Cagle; Russ Poppe, P,E., the Executive Director of the Harris County Flood Control District; John Blount, P.E., Harris County Engineer; Dr. Kathlie Jeng-Bullock, P.E., from the Office of the City Engineer of the City of Houston; Jeff Taebel of the Houston-Galveston Area Council, Kyle Shelton of the Rice Kinder Institute, and representatives from the Galveston Bay Foundation and the Galveston Bay Estuary Program.

The event admission includes a coffee service during both a morning and afternoon break along with a catered lunch. Get your individual ticket or consider being a sponsor for the event by registering and ordering tickets online.

Oct
25
Wed
2017
EPA Inventory Reporting Webinars @ online
Oct 25 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
EPA Inventory Reporting Webinars @ online

EPA has scheduled three identical webinars to assist the regulated community with reporting under the TSCA Inventory Notification (Active-Inactive) Requirements final rule. The webinars are scheduled for 12:00 to 2:00 PM CDT on September 27, 2017, October 25, 2017, and November 29, 2017. Each webinar will include an overview of reporting requirements, a demo of the electronic reporting application, and time for questions and answers. Registration for a webinar is not required. Log in on September 27, 2017 to view the first webinar.

Please visit EPA’s TSCA Inventory web page at https://www.epa.gov/tsca-inventory for information on how to access a webinar.

Oct
31
Tue
2017
EPA’s Challenges and Treatment Solutions for Small Water Systems Webinar Series
Oct 31 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Image result for epa logoEPA’s Office of Research and Development and Office of Water are hosting this monthly webinar series to communicate current small drinking water systems research along with Agency priorities. The series is providing a forum for EPA to communicate directly with state personnel and other drinking water small systems professionals, which allows EPA to provide training and foster collaboration and dissemination of information. This, in turn, provides state agencies with the information and resources they need to communicate the latest scientific advancements and current guidance to their small systems. The webinars are also providing EPA with invaluable information from the states on the problems that they are currently encountering in their interactions with small systems. EPA scientists and engineers can then modify their research to solve real-world small-systems problems.

Attendees have the option of receiving a certificate for one continuing education contact hour for each webinar. Acceptance of the certificates is contingent on state and/or organization requirements—EPA cannot guarantee acceptance.

Register online to participate in this bi-monthly EPA webinar or view their schedule for future events.

Nov
28
Tue
2017
EPA’s Challenges and Treatment Solutions for Small Water Systems Webinar Series
Nov 28 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Image result for epa logoEPA’s Office of Research and Development and Office of Water are hosting this monthly webinar series to communicate current small drinking water systems research along with Agency priorities. The series is providing a forum for EPA to communicate directly with state personnel and other drinking water small systems professionals, which allows EPA to provide training and foster collaboration and dissemination of information. This, in turn, provides state agencies with the information and resources they need to communicate the latest scientific advancements and current guidance to their small systems. The webinars are also providing EPA with invaluable information from the states on the problems that they are currently encountering in their interactions with small systems. EPA scientists and engineers can then modify their research to solve real-world small-systems problems.

Attendees have the option of receiving a certificate for one continuing education contact hour for each webinar. Acceptance of the certificates is contingent on state and/or organization requirements—EPA cannot guarantee acceptance.

Register online to participate in this bi-monthly EPA webinar or view their schedule for future events.

Nov
29
Wed
2017
EPA Inventory Reporting Webinars @ online
Nov 29 @ 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
EPA Inventory Reporting Webinars @ online

EPA has scheduled three identical webinars to assist the regulated community with reporting under the TSCA Inventory Notification (Active-Inactive) Requirements final rule. The webinars are scheduled for 12:00 to 2:00 PM CDT on September 27, 2017, October 25, 2017, and November 29, 2017. Each webinar will include an overview of reporting requirements, a demo of the electronic reporting application, and time for questions and answers. Registration for a webinar is not required. Log in on September 27, 2017 to view the first webinar.

Please visit EPA’s TSCA Inventory web page at https://www.epa.gov/tsca-inventory for information on how to access a webinar.

Dec
12
Tue
2017
EPA’s Challenges and Treatment Solutions for Small Water Systems Webinar Series
Dec 12 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Image result for epa logoEPA’s Office of Research and Development and Office of Water are hosting this monthly webinar series to communicate current small drinking water systems research along with Agency priorities. The series is providing a forum for EPA to communicate directly with state personnel and other drinking water small systems professionals, which allows EPA to provide training and foster collaboration and dissemination of information. This, in turn, provides state agencies with the information and resources they need to communicate the latest scientific advancements and current guidance to their small systems. The webinars are also providing EPA with invaluable information from the states on the problems that they are currently encountering in their interactions with small systems. EPA scientists and engineers can then modify their research to solve real-world small-systems problems.

Attendees have the option of receiving a certificate for one continuing education contact hour for each webinar. Acceptance of the certificates is contingent on state and/or organization requirements—EPA cannot guarantee acceptance.

Register online to participate in this bi-monthly EPA webinar or view their schedule for future events.