Air & Waste Management Association Seeking Nominations for Technological Achievement Award
Pittsburgh, PA (October 18, 2005) – Do you know of a company that deserves recognition for the development of new technologies in air pollution control or waste management? If so, nominate them for the 2006 J. Deane Sensenbaugh Environmental Technology Award, presented annually by the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA).
The Association is accepting nominations for the award until December 15, 2005. Award recipients will be recognized at that Association’s 99th Annual Conference & Exhibition, June 20-23, in New Orleans, LA.
The J. Deane Sensenbaugh Award, instituted in 1989, is presented annually to companies or individuals in recognition of outstanding achievements in the field of air pollution control or waste management.
Air pollution technical achievements worthy of consideration include, but are not limited to, specific processes which minimize or more effectively control air pollution, new air pollution equipment, and improved management practices which reduce air pollution or examine its impacts (such as sophisticated models).
Material/waste engineering projects worthy of consideration include, but are not limited to, production process changes that minimize by-product formation, processes for recycling/reuse of by-products/wastes, applied novel techniques for destroying wastes and overall improved systems for waste disposal.
The recipient shall be a company or individual whose contribution to the state-of-the-art technology has been recognized and accepted in commercial status within the ten-year period prior to the request for nominations.
The award was established to honor J. Deane Sensenbaugh, an environmental engineer who was a member of the Association’s Board of Directors. He completed one term as Association Vice President before his death in 1982.
For more information or to download a nomination form, visit www.awma.org/about/awards.
The Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) is a not-for-profit, nonpartisan professional organization that provides training, information, and networking opportunities to thousands of environmental professionals in 65 countries.