As an environmental and response professional working in the inland environment, it is important to stay up-to-date on best practices and lessons-learned for spill prevention and response and maintain relationships with all parties involved in a response. At the CLEAN WATERWAYS Conference, April 5-7, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with professionals from maritime, facilities, rail, pipeline and governmental units during dedicated networking activities, conference sessions, and on the exhibit floor, where you can check out the latest technologies advancing the industry. You’ll walk away energized with new strategies, solutions and working relationships that will better prepare you for future incidents.

  • Conference sessions offer practical information on topics specific to fresh water spills and environmental considerations and give attendees direct applicability to their work and environment their company serves
  • Opportunity to network with the broad spectrum of individuals, companies, associations and governmental units involved in spill prevention and emergency response in the inland environment
  • An intimate event setting allows for attendees and exhibitors to easily connect and conduct business
  • Vendors are on-hand in the exhibit hall ready to help you find solutions to your environmental and emergency response needs

Company types you’ll see at CLEAN WATERWAYS:

  • Academia/Associations
  • Chemical/Petrochemical Companies
  • Environmental Consultants
  • Horizontal Drilling
  • Legal
  • Local Emergency Planning Committees
  • Manufacturing Facilities
  • Marine Fire & Salvage Responders
  • Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Oil & Gas Operators
  • Oil Spill Planning & Prevention Consultants
  • OSROs
  • Pipeline Operators
  • Port Authorities
  • Power Generating Companies
  • Railroad Companies
  • Shipping & Barge Companies
  • Spill Co-ops
  • State & Federal Regulatory Agencies
  • Terminal & Storage Operators
  • Trucking
  • Tugging/Towing
  • Waste Generators
  • Wastewater Treatment Plants
  • Wildlife Rehabilitation Agencies

Types of people you’ll connect with:

  • All Hazards Response Specialist
  • Area Response Manager
  • Assistant Director, Vessel Services
  • CEO
  • Chief, Emergency Preparedness and Response
  • Chief, Prevention Department
  • Crisis Management Services Director
  • Director of Compliance
  • Director, Emergency Response
  • Director of HS&E
  • Emergency Management Director
  • Environmental Specialist
  • Hazardous Materials Manager
  • Health and Safety Manager
  • Operations Manager
  • Policy Advisor
  • Port Security Specialist
  • President
  • Response Supervisor
  • Safety Director
  • Senior HSE Specialist
  • Senior Project Manager
  • Senior Wetland Scientsist
  • Spill Response Coordinator
  • State On-Scene Coordinator
  • Technical Specialist
  • Terminal Manager
  • Transportation Specialist
  • Vessel Operations Manager
  • Vice President, Operations

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