Fall Series 2021
NCMA and the NC Hazardous Waste Section have included an online workshop this Fall with for those who are unable to travel during ongoing pandemic conditions. The location based workshop planned at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in November has been replaced with an online version. Company travel restrictions are keeping registrations low for in-person events. Maybe next year! We remain hopeful.
November 16 – 18, 2021
In-person EEHS School is canceled for 2021. Continuing COVID-19 concerns are causing many companies to continue travel restrictions making the face-to-face event not feasible.
We still want to get this year's strong list of topics and excellent speakers out to you.
So... we have regrouped and are pleased to offer the sessions online the same days (plus one) as the original event was planned.
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