Over the next few weeks, you may notice that items that you normally see on the FET website are different or missing. We are updating the site to make it easier to navigate to the items you’ve told us are the most important. If you can’t find something, we...
Welcome to FET – the preferred organization for educating and developing excellence in environmental, health and safety professionals. FET has been educating and developing excellence in environmental, health and safety professionals since 1982. ...
FET will again offer its Industrial Wastewater Course on March 16, 23 and 30, 2022 over three (3) full-day sessions at The Sigma Group, 1300 Canal Street, Milwaukee, WI 53233. Topics to be covered include: Regulatory Overview, Basic Math and Chemistry, Oily Waste...
On January 12, 2022, the U.S. EPA approved a request by the Wisconsin DNR to redesignate the area around Rhinelander as “attainment” for the 2010 1-hour sulfur dioxide (SO2) National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS). This designation officially recognizes that the...
By Leah Ziemba, Todd Palmer and Taylor Fritsch, Michael Best & Friedrich LLP In a closely watched case, the Jefferson County Circuit Court concluded that the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) has limited authority related to sampling permitted...
Submit Your Paper for the 2022 FET Environment Conference Abstracts Due by Friday, February 25, 2022 Papers are now being accepted on a variety of EHS topics that have a broad interest across many disciplines and do not include sales-oriented materials. All...
The NEWI Chapter of FET is hosting a RCRA Refresher Seminar on Thursday, January 13th in the Appleton area. This seminar will review and reinforce training requirements that are applicable to hazardous waste generators. Seminar attendees will hear about generator...
“There are excellent people affiliated with FET. It is a nice mix of newer and long time members. The sharing of knowledge amongst members to enhance knowledge of other members in this field is the best; FET membership is a real value.”
“Even as a veteran in this field, the education and networking focus of FET continue to be significant.”
"The conferences continue to be relevant, and a great value. In just a few days, one can have the information presented in a condensed format, and be relevant to our state. It is very cost-effective and justifiable to an employer.”
The most rewarding aspects are interacting with younger people entering the field, and learning new perspectives to previous challenges. Throughout the years the one constant of FET is the people and the enthusiasm for sharing their professional knowledge and advice.
“I sat for the CHMM exam in Madison. . . I must say this was a difficult exam, however if you paid attention in the FET 3-day prep course, if you focus on the intent of the regulations and can memorize many of the acronyms used in waste regulations and agencies, you should do just fine. I'm pleased to announce I passed the exam!”
“All of the sessions were well done. It is always difficult to make this material interesting when you have gone through this over and over. Everyone did a great job and I enjoyed the interactive training.”
Seminar attendee at HazWoper Refresher course
“I initially joined FET in 2015 to make connections with other industries in the environmental field; it was a chance to educate and be educated about many different businesses.”
"The value of membership goes beyond just learning the regulations and compliance issues. The networking is wonderful. Every consultant or service that my company hires has been through contacts
at FET whenever possible."
I enjoy attending FET trainings, they help to keep me current, and put me back on track when I'm feeling a little sluggish in my field
Member Survey Respondent
“I enjoy interacting with other professionals in the industry and learning from their experiences and receiving feedback on relevant issues we face in our disciplines.”
“FET is an excellent way to interact with people in the environmental field. Also, the annual conferences are very good.”
“The organization is very focused on ensuring that members are well-trained and up-to-date on environmental rules and regulations. There are a lot of training opportunities – especially for younger workers in this field.”
The Regulators are available for questions - I learned a lot in a short period of time.
“FET helps provide a reality check on the tools we use when explaining rules or policy. The membership provides a very good resource to interact with practitioners in the environmental field, and know what their issues and concerns are. I see it as an important communications conduit for state information to be shared.”
Renee Lesjak Bashel
- Earlier this year, FET received information from a new college grad who had been encouraged to join FET by someone at Johnson Controls, as FET is seen as a great networking and educational association.
“FET seminars, courses and the annual conference are timely and current. I like that most are one-day, convenient and cost effective. When I travel to Pennsylvania and Minnesota, my colleagues there are amazed at how many FET events I attend ~ they do not have an equivalent of FET in their states.”
“Good changes for FET are the growing membership, and also providing more educational opportunities to meet changes by the DNR, EPA and OSHA.”
Mary Ellen Mortensen
I joined FET to expand my environmental knowledge in addition to the solid and hazardous waste information I already knew - to learn the “environmental craft.” I was also interested in building a professional network, and FET continues to serve me well in these areas. It has been worth every penny of dues I’ve paid all these years.
“Chapters are a great benefit of FET -- to have a good pool of people to stay connected to and interact with other peers who are helpful in the sharing of ideas.”
“Seminar was excellent. Good inclusion of detail, state-specific items and technologies; subject matter is very useful.”