• 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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  • Want to be an exhibitor at Environment 2019? Contact FET or visit Annual Conference/Exhibits and find 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 HazWoper Refresher, Key Areas of Environmental Compliance, Sustainable Waste Webinar and RCRA Refresher in May.

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Wisconsin’s New Phosphorus Rules Approved

The federal EPA has approved Wisconsin’s latest plan to reduce phosphorus pollution in the state’s waters. Under the new rules DNR determines the phosphorus discharge limits based on the condition and quality of a watershed. Limits can vary depending on whether a waterway is already impaired by phosphorus, among other factors. DNR can include...
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Ambient Air Quality Standard Upheld

On July 17th, a three-judge federal appeals panel from the U.S. Court of Appeals in Washington, D.C. upheld the one-hour national ambient air quality standard for nitrogen dioxide, upholding the 2010 decision by the Environmental Protection Agency. The case is American Petroleum Institute v. Environmental Protection Agency, 10-1079, U.S. Court of Appeals for the...
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Update on Arsenic in Wisconsin

Several years ago the USDA, NRCS, WIDNR, WDHS and USGS started a project to examine the distribution of Arsenic in Wisconsin.  The report has finally been published and includes information on arsenic concentrations throughout the state.  The report also includes information pertaining to a host of other metals including aluminum, barium, calcium, cadmium, cobalt,...
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EPA Formally Recognizes Improved Air Quality in Southeast Wisconsin

August 2, 2012 – The U.S. EPA announced that air quality for six southeastern Wisconsin counties had improved enough to change the area’s status from nonattainment to attainment, the state Department of Natural Resources said today. This action formally recognizes that the area has now met a 1997 federal air quality standard for ground-level...
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Golf Outing a Success

The 2012 golf outing, held yesterday, was a huge success!  We had 54 golfers, 12 hole sponsors and 74 mulligans sold to help benefit the FET scholarship fund.  A huge thank you to Mary Recktenwalt, Scholarship Committee Chair, for helping coordinate the event and staying all day at the course.  (She also got to witness...
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