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National Pretreatment Workshop

San Antonio Texas, May 16-19

Join us at the only conference designed for pretreatment professionals. The Workshop will provide unique education and networking opportunities.

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The program will focus on topics that promise to be important for pretreatment programs in the future, as well as issues that are currently affecting these programs. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) staff will provide the latest updates on National Pretreatment Program initiatives and Dental Amalgam Rule. Panel presentations will address the best management practices for industrial users, permitting and tracking waste haulers, updates on flushable wipes and pharmaceuticals, and more!

Why Attend?

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  • New or old to the industry – register for the Pretreatment 101 Training or the Advanced Local Limits Training one day course!

  • Take advantage of this unique opportunity to engage your fellow clean water colleagues.

  • Enjoy the opportunity to speak with EPA officials and others in your EPA Region to discuss similar priority issues.

  • With various attendee-friendly platforms for education, collaboration and networking, this will be one of your smartest business investments for 2017.

Schedule at a Glance

May 16

Optional Training Courses

May 17

  • General Session
  • EPA Region Roundtable Discussions
  • Welcoming Reception

May 18

  • Pretreatment Issues Roundtable Discussions
  • General Session
  • Pretreatment & Pollution Prevention Committee Meeting
  • Reception

May 19

  • General Session
  • Pretreatment Issues Roundtable Discussions

Attendee Testimonials

“I find this to be the most relevant and well-prepared conference for pretreatment professionals.”

“Good networking, and good to hear about EPA information; there is always something to take back to my program.”

Terry Alber, City of Boise, ID

“Glad to have the ability to speak with EPA coordinators and other program coordinators and get their experience.”

– Alex Paredes, Union Sanitary District, CA

“What a great opportunity NACWA provides! Networking and discussing issues, concerns, etc. that deal with pretreatment only is invaluable.”

– Kurt Anderson, City of Grand Rapids ES, MI

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