Location: Comfort Inn & Suites/ Northstar Conference Ctr, 5025 County Hwy V, DeForest WI
Description: The purpose of this seminar is to discuss proper ways to dispose of various waste streams. Regulatory updates will be covered and we will also hear from companies that have had success in reducing waste streams and/or found beneficial uses for their wastes.
Location: North Shore Environmental Construction, N117W18493 Fulton Drive, Germantown, WI 53022, United States
Description: The meeting will include an emergency response/remediation overview/case study followed by a tour of their facility and equipment in Germantown. North Shore Environmental Construction is located at N117 W18493 Fulton Drive, Germantown, WI 53022, phone: 262-255-4468. The facility contact is Mary Ellen Mortensen. If you plan to attend, please contact the FET by calling the office at 262-437-1700 or email Julie at email@example.com.
Location: Hilton Garden Inn Milwaukee-Park Place, 11600 West Park Place, Milwaukee, WI 53224, United States
Description: The Hazardous Waste Training Seminar is designed to satisfy the 40 CFR 264/265.16 (NR664/665.0016) Personnel Training Requirements, in conjunction with site-specific training. Certificates of attendance will be given.
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Members Say It Best!
Good to hear other perspectives; great subject experts; covered lots of subjects I'm currently involved in my job.
Air Quality PDC Attendee October 2013
“FET is an excellent way to interact with people in the environmental field. Also, the annual conferences are very good.”
"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.”
“I like the statewide emphasis and multi-disciplinary approach FET has, covering a wide variety of environmental topics and areas. The networking opportunities cannot be beat. FET has always been a great source of information for me on a broad array of environmental topics.”
“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
“Even as a veteran in this field, the education and networking focus of FET continue to be significant.”
“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
“FET is a great value and provides many opportunities to continue learning about the environmental field and to interact with peers and regulators. “
“Over the years I have always thought first of FET for my continuing education needs. FET unfailingly provides outstanding quality and value in the seminars that they offer.”
- 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.
"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."
“FET puts on the best conferences and seminars in the environmental field. Our staff attends these each year.”
"Did you leave the conference with something valuable?" Yes, updated regulatory knowledge and confirmation of some aspects of rules that we are currently complying with in our facilities.
Environment 2013 Conference Attendee
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
“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.”
Troy Stucke, on RCRA Seminar
The Regulators are available for questions - I learned a lot in a short period of time.
“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.”
“Participating in FET helps me stay current on topics, issues and advances in the environmental field. I always look forward to attending the Annual Conference. FET is a wonderful organization for anyone in the environmental and health & safety field.”
“The educational opportunities and networking are invaluable, and something that I share with my staff, encouraging them to attend FET events. My association with FET is one of many reasons I’m still in this field - it is a wonderful resource.”
“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!”
“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.”