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For the past eighteen years, the Indiana Partners for Pollution Prevention (Partners) have sponsored a statewide pollution prevention conference and trade show. Conference topics have ranged from new and innovative pollution prevention technologies being used in Indiana to training on how pollution prevention (P2) can save facilities money. Over the past several years, these conferences have been extremely successful as P2 practices among industry continue to grow. More manufacturers are adopting P2 technologies and methods not only because it promotes environmental best management practices, but also because it benefits the company’s bottom line. Interest in pollution prevention is growing across the entire country and beyond.
This year’s agenda [PDF] features keynote speakers Ms. Elsie Rivera Palabrica, Global HSE Sustainability Lead at Eli Lilly & Company, and Mr. Brian Mormino, Executive Director of the Worldwide Environmental Strategy & Compliance at Cummins, Inc. Ms. Palabrica’s presentation is titled Focusing on What Matters: Materiality Assessments for Public Reporting and Strategic Planning, and Mr. Mormino’s presentation is titled Environmental Sustainability Means Being “Envolved” at Cummins.
The Partners conference will also feature a keynote, three concurrent breakout sessions, and a trade show of exhibitors displaying their products and services to promote P2.
This year the conference will also feature a training given by Mark Myles with the Toxics Use Reduction Institute of Massachusetts titled, “Toxics Use Reduction to Achieve Enhanced Pollution Prevention Success”.
This training will be offered on September 27th, the day prior to the conference and separate registration is required.
The Indiana Department of Environmental Management has approved the following:
The State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers allows for the following:
The Indiana Supreme Court has approved for the following: