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Upcoming Events

October Afternoon Meeting and TourOct 19 (New date, new time!)Register Online Here
November Breakfast MeetingNov 8Registration now open here
5th Annual Holiday SocialTue Dec 5
5:30-7:30 pm
Free - Click here to RSVP or
view a list of those attending.
Call for Papers - 2018 Tech ConferenceDec 11thFull Details
2018 Tech ConferenceFeb 26-27

October 2017 Afternoon Tour and Meeting

Thur., October 19, 2017
New date, new time
3:00 - 4:30 pm
{arrive by 2:30 pm for presentation only, by 2:15 for optional tour beforehand}
Topic: Visit to EPA Region 7 and Presentations on Air Topics, with optional tour beforehand
Cost: $5 A&WMA members, $10 guests
Please pay on-line to expedite
security screening.
Location: EPA Region 7 Office {map}
11201 Renner Blvd.
Lenexa, KS 66219
Phone: (800) 223-0425 
Register: Register Online Here, or contact Jo Moore (themoores4@att.net or 913.648.1571)
Program details:

This will be a unique opportunity to tour the EPA Regional Office, enjoy some refreshments, and hear from EPA Region 7 leaders on air topics.  The schedule for the day is:

2:30 pm  Assemble & pass through security.  
Please be advised all visitors undergo security check before entering the building premises.  Plan to be at the building entrance by 2:30pm.
2:30 - 2:50 pm Optional tour.
For the optional tour arrive by 2:15; space for the tour is limited.
3:00  - 4:30 pm Presentation on Air Topics
  -- Refreshments provided

There will be opportunities for Q&A and informal networking.

Workshop Presentation Materials

Bylaws Amendments 2017

The A&WMA Midwest Section membership has approved amendments to the organization's bylaws; the full text of the revised bylaws can be seen here now and permanently under the Section Information link on the left.

November 2017

Wed., November 8, 2017
7:30 - 9:30 am
Topic: Resources to Help Understand How to Use Innovative Air, Water, Waste, and Remediation Technologies and Processes
Speakers: Michael R. Sieczkowski, CHMM,
JRW Bioremediation, LLC
Cost: $10 AWMA members
$20 guests
Location: Matt Ross Community Center {map}
8101 Marty St.
Overland Park, KS 66204
Register: Register Online Here, or contact Jo Moore (themoores4inpv@gmail.com or 913.648.1571)
Program details:

The remediation industry has grown over the past half century from extremely simple approaches to remove gross contamination like excavation to very intricate assessment and remedial designs involving multiple technologies like bioremediation and chemical reduction.  As the industry expanded to include more types of contaminants and more situations, the universe of assessment and remedial technologies grew in complexity to meet the goals of each practitioner and each individual site.  In the mid 1990's a need was recognized to better understand and coordinate innovative environmental technology efforts throughout a number of states. This led to the formation of the Interstate Technology and Regulatory Council (ITRC).

ITRC is a public-private coalition working to reduce the barriers associated with the use of innovative air, water, waste, and remediation environmental technologies and processes.  ITRC funds Teams that produce documents and training programs that broaden and deepen technical knowledge to help expedite quality regulatory decision making.  These products help state environmental agencies and others gain valuable technical knowledge and develop consistent regulatory approaches for reviewing and approving specific technologies.  Although focused on providing information for state regulators, ITRC's documents and training are publically available.   

This presentation will introduce the participants to the resources available through ITRC through a real time review of one or more Team products on the ITRC web site.  Also to be discussed will be ITRC's tentative initiatives for 2018. 

2018 Midwest A&WMA 26th ANNUAL

February 26 and 27, 2018 Overland Park Convention Center

The Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) Midwest Section invites you to present at our 26th Annual Technical Conference to be held at the Overland Park Convention Center on February 26 & 27, 2018. We are accepting abstracts to provide technical education and training from your experiences, successes, and lessons learned for a 30-minute slot in our technical sessions. Share your new program, technology, process, resource, or case study and further our mission to assist in the professional development and critical environmental decision-making of our members.

Please fill out and return the attached form. We will select speakers based on time availability and applicability to the conference theme. Selected speakers will be contacted in January 2018 and will also be asked to submit a copy of their slides for inclusion in the conference proceedings.

The following are being considered for topics and sub-topics for the conference, although the committee is open to any and all air, water, and solid waste related topics.
  • Status of Environmental Regulations
  • Air Permitting
  • National Ambient Air Quality Standards
  • Greenhouse Gases
  • Case Studies in Air Permitting
  • Storm Water Prevention Planning
  • Oil and Gas Permitting
  • Pollution Monitoring Technologies
  • Pollution Control Technologies
  • Superfund Remediation Case Studies
  • Effluent Limitation Guidelines
  • Groundwater Remediation
  • Renewable Energy
  • Special Waste Acceptance
  • Construction Quality Assurance
  • RMP/Process Safety Management
  • Landfill Closure/Caps
  • Industrial Source Permitting
  • Solid Waste Case Studies

For complete information and the application form, please click here. Submissions should be made by email to tech@midwestawma.org and are due December 11, 2017.

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payment to Midwest Section of A&WMA by PayPal Charge.