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									EXPO’99  International
         Environmental
         Technology
         Expo’99




                                                                             April 20 - 21, 1999
                                                                             Convention Center
                                                                             Atlantic City, New Jersey




EXPO’99                                          Sponsored by:
 New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection • Interstate Technology and Regulatory Cooperation Workgroup (ITRC)
  New Jersey Corporation for Advanced Technology (NJCAT) • Environmental Council of States (ECOS)
                            United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA)

                                            In Partnership With:
                   United States Department of Defense • United States Department of Energy
                      Water Environment Federation • American Water Works Association
               Hazardous Waste Action Coalition • NJ Maritime Resources • NY–NJ Port Authority
                 Air & Waste Management Association • NJ Environmental Business Association
EXPO’99
          Who Should Attend
          Government Officials -

                •Technical Staff
                •Policy Makers
                •Program Managers



          Environmental Technology Vendors


          Environmental Technology Developers



          Environmental Technology Users



          Financial Industry Representatives



          Insurance Industry Representatives


          Environmental Consultants



          County and Municipal Government Officials




EXPO’99
          Academia
                         Dear Colleague:

                         It is with great pride that we invite you to attend the International
                         Envir onmental Technology Expo ‘99 in Atlantic City , New Jersey
                         on April 20-21, 1999. New Jersey is honored to host this global
                         environmental event which brings together the programs, products,
                         services and individuals needed to tackle our global environmental
                         problems.

                         Development of new environmental technologies and data are important,
                         but using these technologies to achieve national – and international –
                         environmental and economic goals is essential. Whether the challenge
                         is preser ving open space; remediating and redeveloping contaminated
                         sites; reducing air and water pollution; or, developing computerized
                         data sharing tools – we’ve lear ned that we can’t always do it alone.

Christine Todd Whitman   This event is designed to bring together representatives from across the
                         country and the world and provide you with an opportunity to share
                         infor mation, showcase new technologies and identify technology needs.
                         Throughout the program you will find opportunities to forge new
                         partnerships and strengthen and expand existing ones.

                                                                                     .
                         We talk more and more today about the global economy W e also must
                         not lose sight of our global environment. This Expo advances the
                         dialog of both environmental clean-up and economic development one
                         step fur ther – by creating an oppor tunity to share infor mation, see new
                         technologies and identify future technological needed, all under one
                         roof.

                         Please join these events sponsors – the New Jersey Department of
                         Environmental Pr otection (NJDEP), Environmental Council of States
                         (ECOS), New Jersey Corporation for Advanced Technology (NJCAT),
                         Interstate Technology and Regulatory Cooperation W orkgroup (ITRC)
                         and the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) – in this
                         exciting new environmental event.

Robert C. Shinn, Jr
                  .      Enjoy New Jersey and Expo ‘99!

                                       ,
                         Yours sincerely



                                  Christine Todd Whitman                                        .
                                                                              Robert C. Shinn, Jr
                                  Governor, State of New Jersey               NJDEP Commissioner
About the Conference   A
                            cting globally necessitates
                            alliances and partnerships
                            between industry and
                       government through creative
                       organizational structures.
                                                           technologies, technology
                                                           verification/certification and
                                                           electronic data exchange.
                                                           Through panel discussions,


                       Successful environmental
                       programs thrive because
                       organizations, such as the
                       sponsors of this conference –
                       NJDEP, ITRC, ECOS, NJCAT and
                       USEPA have recognized the power
                       to be gained through shared
                       experiences and information.        presentations, workshops,
                                                           exhibits and technology
                                                           demonstrations we will provide
                                                           an opportunity to share
                                                           information, showcase new
                                                           technologies and identify
                                                           technology needs in the US and
                                                           internationally. You are invited
                                                           to participate in this exciting
                                                           new event.


                       This conference is designed to      Nowhere will you find an
                       bring together representatives      environmental technology
                       from the United States and the      conference that links science and
                       world to address such topics as     technology to worldwide
                       innovative environmental            commercial opportunities through
                       technologies, brownfields cleanup   collaborative government,
                       using innovative treatment          academic and industry programs.
                                                                                             About the Sponsors
NJDEP - The New Jersey Department of            provides technology innovators with the
Environmental Protection is a national          technical, commercial, regulatory and
leader in addressing the challenges of          financial assistance required to bring
environmental protection. Created on Earth      promising
Day, 1970 NJDEP has implemented                 new ideas to
innovative environmental                        market.
policies and programs                           NJCAT also
designed to regulate                            provides
pollution and preserve                          independent technology verification
natural and historic                            services to technology vendors. In
resources. Many of                              addition to responding to the needs of
NJDEP’s efforts have earned                     innovators, NJCAT also identifies
national recognition including: extensive use   demands for new technologies and seeks
of the Geographic Information System (GIS)      out innovators who can meet these
a computerized mapping system, as a             demands.
decision making tool; provision of grants
and loans to accomplish the dual goals of       ECOS - The Environmental Council of
hazardous site remediation and economic         States (ECOS) was established in 1993
vitality; a comprehensive mandatory             by a group of twenty environmental
recycling program; and the first state                          commissioners. ECOS is
program to monitor and regulate toxic                           a non-profit, non-partisan
synthetic organic contaminants in public                        organization. Today fifty-
water supplies.                                                 one states and territories
                                                                are members. The
ITRC - The Interstate Technology and                            purpose of ECOS is to
Regulatory Cooperation Work Group               improve the state of the environment by
(ITRC) is a state-led, national coalition       providing for the exchange of ideas,
                 with the mission of            views and experiences among the states.
                 focusing on creating           They work cooperatively to facilitate
                 tools and strategies to        solutions to environmental problems and
                 reduce interstate barriers     collectively voice their positions to
                 to the deployment of           Congress and USEPA.
                 innovative hazardous
waste management and remediation                USEPA -The mission of the U.S.
technologies. The ITRC includes the             Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is
environmental agencies of over 25               to protect public health and to safeguard
states, three federal partners (DOE, DOD        the natural environment -- air, water,
and EPA), public and industry                   and land -- upon which life depends.
stakeholders and multiple state                 EPA is responsible for the
associations including the Environmental        enforcement of a variety of
Council of States (ECOS), the Western           federal laws, including the
Governor’s Association (WGA) and the            Clean Air Act; the Clean
Southern States Energy Board (SSEB).            Water Act; the
                                                Comprehensive Environmental
NJCAT - The New Jersey Corporation              Response, Compensation and
for Advanced Technology (NJCAT) is a            Liability Act (Superfund); and the
public/private partnership that pools the       Resource Conservation and Recovery
best talents and diverse resources of           Act. To better enforce these laws, EPA is
business and industry, entrepreneurs,           increasing the use of market-based
university research centers, utilities and      incentives, as well as promising new
government to promote the development           technologies -- supporting pilot
and commercialization of new energy             programs where companies can test new
and environmental technologies. NJCAT           ideas under less rigid regulatory
                                                frameworks.
Se ssions and
Plenary Session
The Plenary Session will set the stage for this
conference. High-ranking officials from state
                                                         Drinking Water - Features new
                                                         and innovative technologies and
and federal agencies, the international                  methods, procedures and equipment to
environmental community, co-sponsoring                   treat drinking water in small community
organizations and the business community will            systems.
discuss leading partnership efforts designed to
promote and expedite the deployment of
environmental technologies.                         C. In-Situ Remediation Technologies for
                                                       the Saturated Zone-Workshop
Technical Sessions/Workshops                          This workshop, sponsored by the ITRC, will
                                                      provide an overview of in-situ
A. Data Management                                    bioremediation, natural attenuation, in-situ
   These sessions will introduce strategies using     chemical oxidation and permeable barrier
   information management technologies for            walls. The workshop format will consist of
   measuring, visualizing and managing                lecture, case study presentations and open
   environmental data. Geographic Information         discussion of technical issues. Topics
   Systems, remediation, air and water related        covered in the lecture will include scientific
   data management programs will be                   principles and field application aspects of
   explored.                                          the technology or process and the
                                                      development status of each technology.
                                                      Case studies will include all aspects of
B. Environmental Management                           technology deployment including permitting
   Technologies                                       and cost.
   These sessions will provide overviews of
   advances in environmental technology and
   equipment in the areas of air, wastewater
                                                    D. Remediation Technologies for the
   and drinking water.                                 Vadose Zone-Workshop
                                                      This workshop, sponsored by the ITRC, will
      Air - Provides an overview of the next          provide an overview of soil washing,
      generation of quality control technology        phytoremediation and in-situ/ex-situ thermal
      to reduce Nox, PM 2.5, energy efficiency        technologies. This workshop format will
      and green house gas emissions. This             consist of lecture, case study presentations
      session will also showcase innovative           and open discussion of technical issues.
      methods, procedures and equipment for           Topics covered in the lecture will include
       continuous and periodic monitoring.            scientific principles and field application
                                                      aspects of the technology or process and the
      Wastewater - Highlights innovative              development status of each technology.
       equipment for industrial zero discharge        Case studies will include all aspects of
      technologies and alternative methods for        technology deployment including permitting
      nitrate treatment in large and small flows.     and cost.
Workshops
E. Dredging and Sediment Technologies                H. Brownfields and Site Remediation
   This session will provide an overview of the        This session will feature discussions and
   technology issues related to beneficial use of      overviews of partnership efforts for
   dredge materials in site remediation, landfill      brownfields remediation and redevelopment.
   operations and construction projects. This          Government programs and policies,
   session will feature case study presentations       redevelopment concepts, liability and legal
   and open discussions of technical issues.           issues will be addressed.
   Presenters will address materials handling,
   processing and decontamination                    I. International Trade
   technologies; field application of the              The current worldwide market for
   technology or processes; public sector input        environmental goods and services is $420
   and influences and regulatory guidance.             billion and is expected to rise to $600
                                                       billion by the year 2010. This session will
                                                       address the mechanisms in place to facilitate
F. Environmental Technology                            international trade of environmental
   Certification/Verification                          technologies and services and provide a
   In this session, the status of an international     forum for discussing new concepts and ideas
   and interstate consensus building process for       to grow the US export market and continue
   environmental technology verification /             to support international exports.
   certification will be discussed. Also
   presenters from federal, state and third
   party entities will give an overview of their
                                                     J. Remediation Contaminants -
   programs. This session will provide a                Manufactured Gas Plant Wastes, DNAPL
   pathway for innovative environmental                The manufactured gas plant wastes session
   technologies to access interconnected state         will include presentations on strategies for
   and federal regulatory programs.                    streamlining the remedial process at
                                                       manufactured gas plant sites. The DNAPL
                                                       session will include an overview of emerging
G. Sustainability Initiatives                          treatment technologies for DNAPL. Scientific
   This session will provide an overview of            principles, field application, and the
   efficient data management techniques and            development status of DNAPL technologies
   the effective application of innovative             will be included in presentations.
   technology that result in sustainable
   environmental initiatives. An overview of
   the concept of sustainability linking social,     K. Remediation Contaminants -
   environmental and economic indicators will           UXO, Radionuclides
   be followed by case studies illustrating            These sessions will include presentations on
   environmental sustainability and lessons            established and emerging treatment
   learned which can be applied to future              technologies for UXO (unexploded
   projects.                                           ordnance) and radionuclides. Scientific
                                                       principles, field application, and the
                                                       development status of each technology will
                                                       be included in the presentations.
Program At-A-Glance   Monday, April 19, 1999
                      12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
                         Registration for Exhibitors
                      3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
                         Early Registration for
                                                                    Wednesday, April 21, 1999
                                                                    7:30 am - 8:30 am
                                                                        Registration
                                                                    8:00 am Exhibit Hall Opens
                                                                    8:30 am - 10:30 am
                         Attendees                                     Conference Sessions/Workshops
                                                                       A. Data Management
                                                                       B. Environmental Management
                      Tuesday, April 20, 1999                              Technologies - Drinking Water
                      7:00 am - 8:30 am                                C. In Situ Remediation Technologies for
                         Registration                                      the Saturated Zone Workshop (cont.)
                      8:30 am - 10:30 am                               D. Remediation Technologies for the
                         Plenary Session                                   Vadose Zone Workshop (cont.)
                      10:30 am - 11:00 am                              E. Dredging and Sediment Workshop
                         Exhibit Hall Opening Ceremony                     Technologies

                      11:00 am - 12:00 pm                           10:00 am - 11:00 am
                         Conference Sessions/Workshops                 Technology Showcase (cont.)
                         A. Data Management
                         B. Environmental Management                11:00 am - 12:30 pm
                             Technologies - Air                        Conference Sessions/Workshops
                         C. In Situ Remediation Technologies for       A. Data Management
                             the Saturated Zone Workshop               C. In Situ Remediation Technologies for
                         D. Remediation Technologies for the               the Saturated Zone Workshop (cont.)
                             Vadose Zone Workshop                      D. Remediation Technologies for the
                                                                           Vadose Zone Workshop (cont.)
                      12:30 pm
                         Lunch - on your own                           F. Technology Certification/Verification
                      2:00 pm - 3:30 pm                                G. Sustainability Initiatives
                         Conference Sessions/Workshops
                         A. Data Management                         12:30 pm - 2:00 pm
                         B. Environmental Management                   Luncheon with Governor Whitman
                             Technologies - Waste Water                (must purchase ticket)
                         C. In Situ Remediation Technologies for
                             the Saturated Zone Workshop (cont.)    2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
                         D. Remediation Technologies for the           Conference Sessions
                             Vadose Zone Workshop (cont.)              F. Technology Certification/Verification
                                                                       H. Brownfields and Site Remediation
                      3:30 pm - 5:00 pm                                I. International Trade
                         Technology Showcase                           J. Remediation Contaminants
                         The New Jersey Environmental Business            Manufactured Gas Plant
                         Association will host the event offering         Wastes, DNAPL
                         vendors a forum for brief presentations       K. Remediation Contaminants
                         explaining unique aspects of their               UXOs , Radionuclides
                         technologies. The audience will get a
                         snapshot of a variety of environmental     4:00 pm
                         products and services and be                  Wrap Up Session
                         encouraged to engage in discussions           Exhibit Hall Closes
                         with the presenters.

                      5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
                         Networking Reception in Exhibit Hall
                                                                                       & General Information
Registration Fee                         Blocks of reduced-rate rooms have
The conference registration fee          been reserved at the following hotels.
includes admissions to sessions,         Please call the hotels directly and
workshops, exhibit hall, program         reference the International
materials, and evening reception.        Environmental Technology Expo.

                                         Caesars        1-800-443-0104 ($110.00)
Reduced Registration                     The Sands      1-800-THE SANDS ($72.00)
Deadlines                                Tropicana      1-800-THE TROP            ($72.00)
The deadline for advance, reduced
rate conference and exhibitor
registration is February 15, 1999        Cancellations
                                         Requests for cancellation must be
                                         made in writing by mail or fax and
On-Site Registration                     received by the Expo Conference
You may register in person at the        Management Office at P.O 5940,
International Environmental              Washington DC 20016-1540 on/or
Technology Expo ‘99 Registration         before March 1, 1999. Cancellations
Desk at the Atlantic City Convention     received by March 1, 1999 will be
Center on April 19, 1999 from            refunded, less an administrative fee.
3:00 -6:00, April 20th and April 21st    Refunds will NOT BE MADE AFTER
beginning at 7:00 am.                    MARCH 1, 1999. Paid no-shows will
                                         receive all registration and
                                         proceedings materials. Substitutions
                                         will be accepted at any time,
                                         preferably with advance notice.



                                         Questions?
                                         For additional information about the
                                         program content, please call Roxanne
                                         Repko at (609) 292-0952 or check
                                         our website:
Travel and Lodging                       www.state.nj.us/dep/srp
The site of the conference is the
Atlantic City Convention Center, 2001
Kirkman Blvd., Atlantic City, NJ. The
convention center is easily accessible
from Philadelphia International
Airport, Atlantic City International
Airport, New Jersey Transit Rail, and
the Atlantic City Express Way.




Registration
INTERNATIONAL                (copy this form as needed)

ENVIRONMENTAL                ATTENDEE REGISTRATION
T E C H N O LO GY            (Please print or type clearly)


                             Name: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                 (To appear on badge)
                             Title: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

                             Company: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


EXPO’99                      Mailing Address:     ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

                             City: _____________________________         State: ________________ Zip:       ____________________________________________________________
ATTENDEE REGISTRATION FORM
                             Country: __________________________         Code: __________________________________________________________________________________

                             Telephone # (       ) ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

                             Fax # (         ) ____________________________ Email Address / Web page: ________________________________________________________

                             TYPE OF ORGANIZATION
                             o Environmental Consultant                       o Environmental Technology Vendor                             o Trade Organization
                             o Environmental Data System Vendor               o Government Agency                                           o University
                             o Technology User                                o Student                                                     o Other____________________

                             REGISTRATION FEES
                                                                                                 Two Days                 One Day*              Quantity             Total
                             On/Before February 15, 1999                                         o $525                   o $275     x          _______              _____
                             After February 15, 1999                                             o $625                   o $325     x          _______              _____
                             On-Site                                                             o $675                   o $350     x          _______              _____
                             Government / Non Profit                                             o $400                   o $200     x          _______              _____
                             Student                                                             o $100                   o $50      x          _______              _____
                             Luncheon (limited seating – April 21)                                                        o $30      x          _______              _____
                             Exhibit Hall only                                                   o $100                   o $60      x          _______              _____

                             *For one-day registration please indicate date (please check one). o April 20, 1999 o April 21, 1999

                             The conference registration fee includes, conference materials, admission to sessions, workshop, exhibit hall and reception.
                             Please indicate session/workshop sessions you are most interested in. (for planning purposes only, this is not a registration)
                             o Data Management (CEU available)                                      o Environmental Management Technologies (CEU available)
                             o In-Situ Remediation Technologies for Saturated Zone (CEU available)  o Remediation Technologies for Vadosa Zone (CEU available)
                             o Dredging and Sediment Technologies                                   o Environmental Technology Certification/Verification
                             o Sustainability Initiatives                                           o Brownfields and Site Remediation
                             o International Trade                                                  o Remediation Contaminants - MGP, DNAPL
                             o Remediation Contaminants - UXOs, Radionuclides


                             CEU CREDITS
                             Conference attendees are offered the opportunity to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through the NJ Institute of Technology (NJIT) and NJCAT.

                             CEU credits are available in those sessions identified above. The actual number of CEUs awarded will bedetermined by the actual number of hours
                             spent in the session/workshop. The cost for a CEU certificate is $25.00.

                             If you are interested in receiving CEUs, check the box below and we will provide you with the necessary paperwork in your conference materials.
                             o Yes, please include CEU registration materials in my conference materials.

                             METHOD OF PAYMENT
                             Indicate method of payment
                             o Check: Payable to NJCAT               o Purchase Order (must be enclosed with this form)
                             o Visa         o MasterCard             o American Express

                             Name of Cardholder: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________

                             Card Number: ______________________________________________________________ Expires: Month ______________ Year __________

                             Signature: ___________________________________________________________________________(required for credit card registrations only)

                             Enclosed is a check made payable to the NJCAT in the amount of $ _______________
                             Checks must be redeemable at U.S. banks, payable in U.S. funds.

                             Based upon interest, we may be organizing programs for spouses (at an additional charge). Please check here if you are interested in receiving
                             information about spouses programs
                             o Yes, please send me information about spouses programs.

                             Please return this form with full payment to:
                                International Environmental Technology Expo ‘99, PO Box 5940, Washington, DC 20016-1540, Fax: (202) 362-9495
                                Phone-In Registrations Will Not Be Accepted. Confirmations will be provided via mail or fax.

                             CANCELLATIONS
                             Requests for cancellation must be made in writing by mail or fax and received by the Expo Conference Office (address listed above)on/or before March
                             1, 1999. Cancellations received by March 1, 1999 will be refunded, less a $125 administrative fee. Refunds will NOT BE MADE AFTER March 1, 1999,
                             but paid no-shows will receive all registration and proceedings materials. Substitutions will be accepted at any time, preferably with advance notice.
    (copy as needed)                                                                                                                                                       INTERNATIONAL
    EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION                                                                                                                                                 ENVIRONMENTAL
    Please print clearly or type                                                                                                                                           T E C H N O LO GY
1   Name:      ________________________________________________________           2   Name:      ________________________________________________________
                             (To appear on badge)                                                              (To appear on badge)
    Title:    __________________________________________________________              Title:    __________________________________________________________
    Company: ______________________________________________________                   Company: ______________________________________________________
    Mailing Address: ________________________________________________                 Mailing Address: ________________________________________________
    City: __________________________State: ________________Zip: ______

    Country: __________________________         Code: ____________________
                                                                                      City: __________________________State: ________________Zip: ______
                                                                                      Country: __________________________             Code: ____________________
                                                                                                                                                                           EXPO’99
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                                                                                                                                                                            EXHIBITOR REGISTRATION FORM
    Fax # (        )__________________ Email Address:_____________________            Fax # (        )__________________ Email Address:_____________________
    Web Page: ______________________________________________________                  Web Page: ______________________________________________________

    TYPE OF ORGANIZATION
    o Environmental Consultant               o Environmental Technology Vendor           o Trade Organization
    o Environmental Data System Vendor       o Government Agency                         o University
    o Technology User                        o Other____________________                 o Student

    REGISTRATION FEES
                                               Two Days                       Quantity                   Total
    On/Before February 15, 1999                o $1500  x              _______    _____
    After February 15, 1999                    o $1750  x              _______    _____
    Your registration fee entitles you to the following:
                • 10 x 10 booth
                • backdrop and side drapes
                • skirted table
                • company name identification signage
                • two conference admissions to sessions and workshops
                • evening reception

    Upon receipt of payment you will receive an exhibitor information kit with additional booth equipment
    and options for purchase as well as shipping information and other relevant information.

    Please indicate your booth preference by number.
       1st : ____________________       2nd : ____________________          3rd : ____________________

    If your preferences are not available, we will contact you with booth availability information.
    Booths will be assigned upon receipt of payment in the order in which they are received.


    Please indicate session/workshop sessions you are most interested in.
    (for planning purposes only, this is not a registration)
    o Data Management (CEU available)                                     o Environmental Management Technologies (CEU available)
    o In-Situ Remediation Technologies for Saturated Zone (CEU available) o Remediation Technologies for Vadosa Zone (CEU available)
    o Dredging and Sediment Technologies                                  o Environmental Technology Certification/Verification
    o Sustainability Initiatives                                          o Brownfields and Site Remediation
    o International Trade                                                 o Remediation Contaminants - MSP, DNAPL
    o Remediation Contaminants - UXOs, Radionuclides

    CEU CREDITS
    Conference attendees are offered the opportunity to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through the NJ Institute of Technology (NJIT) and NJCAT.
    CEU credits are available in those sessions identified above. The actual number of CEUs awarded will bedetermined by the actual number of hours spent
    in the session/workshop. The cost for a CEU certificate is $25.00.
    If you are interested in receiving CEUs, check the box below and we will provide you with the necessary paperwork in your conference materials.
    o Yes, please include CEU registration materials in my conference materials.

    METHOD OF PAYMENT
    Indicate method of payment B please check one
    Check: Payable to NJCAT              o Purchase Order (must be enclosed with this form)           o Visa            o MasterCard           o American Express
    Name of Cardholder: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________

    Card Number: __________________________________________________________________ Expires: Month __________________ Year __________

    Signature: ___________________________________________________________________________________(required for credit card registrations only)
    Enclosed is a check made payable to the NJCAT in the amount of $ _______________
                                                                                                               To register please return this form with full payment to:
    Checks must be redeemable at U.S. banks, payable in U.S. funds.
                                                                                                                  International Environmental Technology Expo ‘99,
    Phone-In Registrations Will Not Be Accepted
                                                                                                                  PO Box 5940, Washington, DC 20016-1540,
    Based upon interest, we may be organizing programs for spouses (at an additional charge).                     Fax: (202) 362-9495
    Please check here if you are interested in receiving information about spouses programs                       Phone-In Registrations Will Not Be Accepted
    o Yes, please send me information about spouses programs.                                                     Confirmations will be provided via mail or fax

    CANCELLATIONS
    Requests for cancellation must be made in writing by mail or fax and received by the Expo Conference Office (address listed above)on/or before March 1,
    1999. Cancellations received by March 1, 1999 will be refunded, less a $250 administrative fee. Refunds will NOT BE MADE AFTER March 1, 1999, but
    paid no-shows will receive all registration and proceedings materials. Substitutions will be accepted at any time, preferably with advance notice.
INTERNATIONAL
ENVIRONMENTAL
T E C H N O LO GY




EXPO’99
P.O. Box 5940
Washington, DC
 20016-1540




          For Expo updates and information visit our website
                      www.state.nj.us/dep/srp

								
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