FET News

Emerging Contaminants of Concern: Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)

Because these chemicals are prevalent in manufacturing and consumer products and are resistant to degradation, learn how they could impact your business and the status of emerging regulations. PFASs are a family of synthetic compounds containing thousands of chemicals formed from carbon (C) chains with fluorine (F) attached to these chains. Perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS)...
Read More »

ONLINE JOB BOARD INFORMATION at FET’s 2018 Conference

Did you know that at our recent Conferences, we had numerous postings on the FET JOB BOARD.  These position postings are free to post if you are an exhibitor and/or an attendee at the 2018 Conference, and only accessible to conference attendees.  Do you have a job to post or are you looking for...
Read More »

Environment 2018 Registration

Members should register in the next week to take advantage of the Early Bird Special Rate through October 1st.  Note:  individuals can join FET now and register for the conference at the same time to get the discount! The hotel rate code is also expiring on September 29th – book your hotel room today...
Read More »

New DNR Guidance on 2017 Act 10 Wells

DNR released a new guidance document related to the replacing, reconstructing and transferring ownership of approved high capacity wells under 2017 Wisconsin Act 10. You can view the document here: https://dnr.wi.gov/news/input/documents/guidance/2017Act10WellsFinal.pdf The WDNR is proposing this guidance to help department staff, high capacity well owners, and licensed well drillers/pump installers understand the changes to...
Read More »

2018 EPA Rule Requirements and Wisconsin ATCP 93 Implementation

Wisconsin Administrative Code ATCP 93 regulates the storage of flammable, combustible, and hazardous liquids in aboveground and underground tanks with respect to fire safety and environmental protection. Included within the ATCP 93 rule are requirements contained in the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) rule for underground storage tanks, 40 CFR 280. This allows...
Read More »