A&WMA/CPANS Luncheon: New 2006 Amendments to the Air Monitoring Directive, 1989 (AMD 2006)


with Bettina Mueller — Clean Air Strategic AllianceThe Air Monitoring Directive (AMD) outlines the methods acceptable in Alberta for air monitoring and reporting to Alberta Environment or anyone acting on its behalf. The presentation will provide overviews on the context, the 2006 Amendments, and the planned amendments to the AMD.When: December 6th, 2006 at 11:30 am, Wednesday.Where: Ramada Hotel, Conference Level, 6 St. and 8 Ave. SW.Tickets: $20 Students, $30 A&WMA members, NGO's, and CPANS Associates, $40 guests and non-members. You can pay at the door or send a check (issued for CPANS) in advance. We do accept major credit cards. We do not accept debit (checks, cash, Master Card and Visa only) . We would like, also, continue the tradition that the first 10 students of Mount Royal College and University of Calgary will receive free tickets, complements of CPANS.RSVP: By December 1st, Friday (The deadline for cancellations is also December 1st - We want to reserve the right to invoice people who committed to attend but did not). Contact: piotr.staniaszek [at] amec [dot] com (Tel: 403-569-6587).The next planned events are:

  • January 17, 2007 — Luncheon: An Overview of Alberta Airshed Zones’ Air Quality Monitoring Networks - by Mr. Kevin Warren - AMAROK
  • February 12 to 16, 2007 — CALPUFF/CALMET Course: by Joe Scire - TRC Solutions (course outline and registration forms are available at our website: http://www.cpans.org). 
  • February 21, 2007 — Workshop: Coal Bed Methane Development Issues from Industrial and Regulatory Perspectives (details TBA).
  • March 14, 2007 — Luncheon: Oil Sands & Environmental Governance – The need to put development in “neutral” - by Mr. Dan Woynillowicz - Pembina Institute.
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