Missouri Waste Control Coalition Environmental Conference

The Missouri Waste Control Coalition (MWCC) Environmental Conference is one of the oldest environmental conferences in the country, and GeoEngineers has been an active participant for a number of years. Missouri Waste Control Coalition (MWCC) is a 400-member not-for-profit organization which is concerned with environmental issues.  The statewide organization is a coalition of citizens, businesses, consultants, regulators, and others concerned with the management and disposal of generated wastes and other environmental issues. Justin Brown is on the MWCC Advisory Board, and we’re participating in the conference again this year.

We’ll have three speakers making two presentations at the MWCC Environmental Conference this July. On Monday (10:30 am) Wendy Vit and Joe Stolle will speak about “Quantitative Assessment of Odor Issues,” and Gary Pendergrass will present on “CCR Siting & Design of New UWLs and GWM Systems Pursuant to the CCR Rule” later that afternoon (3:30 pm). If you miss their presentations you can still come see us at booth #2, just inside the exhibit hall door! For more information and to register, visit MWCC’s website.

When: July 15-17, 2018

Where: Tan-Tar-A Resort, Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri

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