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WEF/A&WMA ANNOUNCE ANNUAL INDUSTRIAL WASTES CONFERENCE

June 28, 2004
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Join the Water Environment Federation (WEF) and the Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) for the 10th annual Industrial Wastes Technical and Regulatory Conference, to be held August 22-25 at the Adam's Mark Philadelphia hotel. Don't miss your opportunity to participate in presentations featuring the latest research, management issues, case studies and regulations from national, state and local officials. This year, the WEF has partnered with the A&WMA to bring you the best information on both water and air issues. This four-day conference will cover critical industry topics and areas, including: chemical, pharmaceutical, food, textile, aerospace, automotive, metal industries, petroleum, petrochemical, mining and other industries; remediation operations and groundwater treatment; air emissions from industries; industrial wastewater treatment, reuse, recycling and reduction; regulatory presentation (including an Effluent Guidelines session sponsored by U.S. EPA); and more.

For more information, visit http://www.wef.org/conference/Industrial_Wastes.jhtml or e-mail IW2004@wef.org .

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