• Welcome to FET – the preferred organization for educating and developing excellence in environmental, health and safety professionals.  One of my goals is “to increase membership and to continue to expand our educational offerings in EH&S – including technical and networking opportunities”. – Jeanne Tarvin, 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 2019? Contact FET today to be sure you’ll receive a contract for next year!

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  • FET offers a variety of educational seminars and workshops – see Upcoming Events for current offerings.  Register now for the Waste Issues seminar, Brownfields Half Day, Wetlands Webinar and RCRA Refresher in January.

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Registration Available for Waste Regulatory Seminar

The SCWI Chapter is hosting a Waste Regulations seminar on Thursday, May 3rd in DeForest. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear about these and other waste issues:   Barb Bickford, DNR, will discuss Wisconsin’s regulations on different medical waste and waste reduction Joe Van Rossum, SHWEC, will share some of the tools that have...
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May Seminars

FET is hosting 3 programs in May including the Waste Regulatory Seminar scheduled next week on May 3rd in DeForest, WI, the Annual RCRA Refresher on May 17th in Milwaukee, WI and an Environmental Regulatory Update on May 22nd in Eau Claire, WI.  The Waste Regulatory Seminar will review used oil, universal waste management, electronic waste and...
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Update for Small Sources with Boilers Burning Solid or Liquid Fuels

The USEPA announced that it is offering small sources, called area sources, more time to comply with new work practices for their boilers.  Area sources with boilers burning coal, biomass, oil, or other solid or liquid fuels are required in the National Emission Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants from Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional Boilers...
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Prevention of Significant Deterioration and Title V Greenhouse Gas

On March 8, 2012, the USEPA proposed the third step (Step 3) in the EPA’s greenhouse gas (GHG) Tailoring Rule. EPA is proposing to maintain the applicability thresholds for GHG-emitting sources at the current levels. They are also proposing two approaches intended to streamline and improve the administration of GHG Prevention of Significant Deterioration...
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Proposed Rule

Standards of Performance for Greenhouse Gas Emissions for New Stationary Sources: Electric Utility Generating Units  On March 27, 2012, USEPA Administrator Lisa P. Jackson signed a notice proposing new source performance standards (NSPS) for carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from new fossil-fuel fired electric generating units that provide more than one-third of their potential annual...
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