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The U.S. EPA 2011 National Brownfields Conference

July 30, 2010

The National Brownfields Conference is the largest, most comprehensive conference in the nation focused on environmental revitalization and economic redevelopment.

Just this week we submitted a presentation idea for the U.S. EPA 2011 National Brownfields Conference held on April 3-5, 2011 in Philadelphia. This Brownfields Conference is a national conference held every two years which typically attracts over 5,000 attendees. Getting the opportunity to do a presentation at this event is exciting.  In my opinion, technical conferences always prove to be a very valuable tool for networking, continuing education and keeping up with the latest technologies and developments in our field of Environmental Engineering. Terra-Petra has never aggressively pursued an opportunity like this in the past.  However this time around we feel that we have something unique to present that typically doesn’t get covered in these conferences, that being Building Protection Membrane Systems. Now, I don’t want to give too much away because our topic hasn’t been selected…..yet. As I understand it there are hundreds of presentation topics submitted for this conference each year. A review team will meet to discuss all session proposals and will recommend which ideas are the best options for the upcoming conference. If our idea is selected, we will be contacted to move forward with getting our session organized. We are all keeping our fingers crossed.

Justin R. Conaway
Project Manager

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