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Meet us at the VGB Conference “Chemistry in Power plants”
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This year the VGB Conference “Chemistry in Power plants” will take place in the Maritim Hotel Berlin-Tiergarten. The conference offers a lot of information concerning Innovations and solutions in the area of water treatment. Still a highly relevant topic is Legionella in cooling systems. A lot of interesting lectures will be held concerning this topic. Another big topic is the ...

Geovariances is at IAMG 2015 from 8-9 Sept. in Freiberg, Germany
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Attend our software presentations or stop by our booth to find out more about: Minestis, our software solution dedicated to mineral resource estimation, and how it simplifies resource estimation; Kartotrak, our integrated software solution for contaminated sites characterization, and how it helps you to better identify and manage risks related to site remediation. ...

El Niño expected to be strongest since 1997-98
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A mature and strong El Niño is now present in the tropical Pacific Ocean and is likely to strengthen further. This year’s El Niño event is the strongest since 1997-1998 and is potentially among the four strongest events since 1950, according to the latest Update from the World Meteorological Organization. The peak strength of this El Niño, expected sometime ...

FAO Soil and Land Legacy Maps
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FAO Land and Water Division (NRL) has made an effort to make Soil Legacy data and information available for their users. In that regard, FAO has just finished uploading 1228 soil and land legacy maps (mainly soil maps and also land use, geological and land cover legacy maps). FAO will continue working in this activity and will include Soil Profile Legacy data ...

Study provides scenarios for assessing long-term benefits of climate action
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Original story at MIT News Since the 1990s, scientists and policymakers have proposed limiting Earth’s average global surface temperature to 2 degrees C above pre-industrial levels, thereby averting the most serious effects of global warming, such as severe droughts and coastal flooding. But until recently, they lacked a comprehensive estimate of the likely social and economic benefits ...

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  • Clean Air Compliance Manager September 2015
    Sep 01
    This is a 3-day course providing a comprehensive look at the Federal Clean Air Act (CAA), its history and drivers, each of the Titles of the 1990 CAA Amendments, and the permitting process.
  • Clean Air Compliance Manager Sep 1-3 2015
    Sep 01

    The Clean Air Compliance Manager is a 3-day course providing a comprehensive look at the Federal Clean Air Act (CAA), its history and drivers, each of the Titles of the 1990 CAA Amendments, and the permitting process. The various associated regulatory structures are examined in detail, and the implications of each for your organization are reviewed.

  • The Original Environmental Compliance Bootcamp 2015
    Sep 15
    The course delivers proven value to both those new to the environmental field and experienced professionals who want to take a fresh look at the full range of environmental compliance requirements.
  • Complimentary Northwest Regulatory Update Webinar
    Sep 15

    Please join us for our quarterly complimentary webinar, covering relevant regulatory updates. This webinar is intended for Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska.

  • Microgrid Global Innovation Forum 2015
    Sep 16

    The Microgrid Global Innovation Forum brings together thought leaders, energy executives, and project managers from around the world for two days of intense networking and information sharing concerning the latest technological developments, design, implementation and operation of hybrid renewable energy microgrids. The emphasis is on maximizing the effective use of renewable and distributed energy resources, refi

  • 2015 Water Infrastructure Conference & Exposition
    Oct 13
    Join us as AWWA hosts the 2015 Water Infrastructure Conference & Exposition focused on solutions to utility asset and infrastructure challenges. This conference, including two days of exhibits will address essential water infrastructure planning and reinvestment strategies. Critical infrastructure protection through emergency preparedness planning and enhanced security measures, including cyber-security, will also be
  • Hydro 2015
    Oct 26

    The international hydropower community will return to France next year, for HYDRO 2015. With world hydro capacity now standing at around 1060 GW, almost 200 GW under construction, and at least a further 400 GW likely to go ahead within 5-10 years, the multiple benefits of this renewable resource are clearly more widely appreciated. Topics for HYDRO 2015 will include: progress and challenges for large regional sche

  • 2015 Water Quality Technology Conference & Exposition (WQTC)
    Nov 15

    WQTC is AWWA`s second-largest conference, attracting approximately 1,500 attendees each year. This well-established and highly regarded conference is the meeting place for water quality professionals of all types.

  • Financial Management: Cost of Service Rate-Making Seminar
    Nov 18
    This three-day course uses time-honored strategies to teach attendees how to set cost-based and defendable rates. Utilities are faced with escalating costs of operational and infrastructure improvements, expanding regulatory and environmental forces from government and public interest groups and public demand for clean and affordable water.
  • International Symposiums on Potable Reuse and Biological Treatment
    Jan 25
    Potable Reuse Covering the latest innovations in treatment and monitoring technology, the AWWA International Symposium on Potable Reuse will attract water industry professionals from around the world, creating an environment that will integrate, shape, and advance the global discourse on direct and indirect potable reuse. Biological Treatment The AWWA Biological Treatment Symposium will explore the lates
  • AMTA/AWWA 2016 Membrane Technology Conference & Exposition
    Feb 01

    Join AMTA and AWWA in San Antonio in 2016 to explore how the latest developments in membrane technology can enhance water reliability and quality. Each year the conference reveals new directions in water and wastewater treatment technologies, desalting and membrane bioreactor applications.

  • 2016 Sustainable Water Management Conference
    Mar 07

    The 2015 Sustainable Water Management Conference is a unique, holistic event that brings together water sector or-ganizations to develop relevant, current sessions that water professionals need to be efficient now. Sustainable water management encompasses a multitude of interrelated topics and requires a broad and inclusive approach. This confer-ence seeks to combine technical presentations with in-depth discussio

  • International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code - Webcast (4211w)
    Sep 03
    Both the DOT and the International Maritime Organization require initial training and recurrent dangerous goods training every three years. In this course, you can meet your initial and recurrent training requirements and find out how the latest changes to the IMDG code can impact your dangerous goods shipments. Learn how to classify, package, mark, label, and placard dangerous goods for shipment by vessel. You wi
  • DOT Hazardous Materials Training: The Complete Course
    Sep 03
    The Department of Transportation (49 CFR 172.704) makes training mandatory for almost anyone who handles hazardous materials, regardless of the amount. This affects employees who select or fill hazardous materials packages, label containers, complete shipping papers, load or unload vehicles, transload hazardous materials, or operate vehicles used in the transport of hazardous materials. Receive your required trai
  • Fall Protection & Prevention Safety Seminar
    Sep 03
    In 2013, 302 out of 828 total deaths in construction were attributed to fatal falls. Don't become a statistic! OSHA mandates that all construction employers must protect their employees from fall hazards & falling objects whenever an affected employee is 6 feet (1.8 meters) or more above a lower level. The Fall Protection course covers both Fall Protection & Fall Prevention topics. This training course meets OS
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