• Welcome to FET – the preferred organization for Environmental Professionals.  “My goal is to have more engagement of members with FET, get our younger members more involved with FET, and provide more benefits to FET members (including technical information and resources)” – Patrick Rego, FET President

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  • Join FET and receive a monthly subscription to EnviroNotes.  The newsletter includes technical articles, calendar of events, plus information on chapters and other fun stuff. Check out a sample newsletter from January 2015 under Sample Newsletter on the right menu.

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  • Want to be an exhibitor at Environment 2017? See Exhibits under Annual Conference tab for more information or send an email to the FET office to receive booth information – booths are selling fast so don’t delay.

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  • FET offers a variety of educational seminars and workshops – see Upcoming Events for current offerings.  Register for Environment 2017 today!

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TSP Update

June 27, 2011

Breaking News! DNR Board Repeals Ambient Air Quality Standard for Total Suspended Particulate (TSP) The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Board voted to repeal the total suspended particulates (TSP) standard on June 22nd. In 1987, USEPA replaced the TSP standards with standards for PM10.  Additional standards for PM2.5 were later adopted by USEPA.  Both...
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FET Offers a Variety of Seminars and Workshops

June 20, 2011

FET offers a variety of educational seminars and workshops – see Upcoming Events for current offerings.  Register for Environment 2017 today!
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President’s Message – June 2011

June 7, 2011

“How the Time Flies!” It is hard to believe the year has passed so swiftly, but the calendar tells me so, despite our reluctant spring. Although I have been an FET member since the 1980’s, serving as your president has deepened my appreciation for what a fine organization we have. I owe thanks to...
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President’s Message – May 2011

May 7, 2011

“Calling All Golfers . . . and Beginners, too” Having lived in Wisconsin for more than 40 years, and being a meteorologist by education to boot, I am certainly familiar with the vagaries of April weather in Wisconsin. Even after this lengthy spell of cold, wet, and even snowy, weather, my hope “springs” eternal...
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President’s Message – April 2011

April 13, 2011

G($)reening the Bottom Line Although our economy continues to make a slow recovery, many businesses are still operating on tight budgets due to uncertain growth prospects.  Despite this tough financial environment, Safety Health & Environment (SHE) professionals must obtain a seat at the corporate table and make their case to secure adequate resources for...
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