23rd Annual Kentucky Environmental Permitting and Reporting Conference


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August 12, 2020 | Embassy Suites by Hilton Lexington/UK Coldstream

 

NEW! Now available for in-person OR online training!


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Please Note

In an attempt to provide valuable training despite the challenges of COVID-19, the 23rd Annual Kentucky Environmental Permitting & Reporting Conference is being condensed to one-day. It will now be held the day prior to the 18th Annual Kentucky Environmental Conference. You may choose to attend both conferences for a discounted price. See pricing breakdowns below.


Pricing

New Registration Options!
•    You may register for in-person OR online training.
•    In-person training will be limited to the first 40 registrants.
•    If the in-person training reaches capacity, it will no longer be a registration option.
•    The registration cost is the same for both.

Attend Only
1-Day 23rd Annual Kentucky Environmental Permitting & Reporting Conference
$399/Kentucky Chamber members
$499/Non-member

Attend Both Conferences
1-Day 23rd Annual Kentucky Environmental Permitting & Reporting Conference AND 18th Annual Kentucky Environmental Conference

$795/Kentucky Chamber Member
$995/Non-member

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SPECIAL OFFER: For each full price registration receive one half off! Half off registration must be of equal or lesser value.*
*Not available through online registration. Contact Lori Jo Goff at  [email protected] or call 502-848-8727 to take advantage.


Why Attend

This conference is the most complete and comprehensive permitting and reporting course offered in Kentucky. You'll receive the information you need to understand environmental permitting programs, while giving you the most current information on reporting issues facing the regulated community. This is the one conference environmental professionals cannot afford to miss.

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Who Should Attend

  • Plant personnel responsible for air and water permitting
  • Managers who review permit applications and work with corporate staff and production to plan for and implement changes in operations
  • Facility personnel who must review new permits and evaluate whether to accept permit conditions or challenge them
  • Persons responsible for compliance with environmental requirements
  • Facility personnel who develop plans, or work with consultants to develop plans to address contamination on site
  • Persons responsible for dealing with waste management issues at the facility

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