|Date:||30 Jul 2001 17:34:33 -0000|
|Subject:||[CPEO-MEF] Bay Area Environmental Technology Summit - July 31st|
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Bay Area Environmental Technology Summit - July 31st The Non-Profit, Northern California PEMA Presents Its Annual Environmental Technology Summit Innovative Products, Technologies, and Techniques July 31, 2001 -- 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Register to attend the Technology Summit at www.ncalpema.org. (On-site, walk-in registration begins at 10:45 a.m.) Hs Lordships Restaurant 199 Seawall Drive Berkeley, CA The Professional Environmental Marketing Association (PEMA) = (www.ncalpema.org) will be holding its 3rd Annual Technology Summit on July 31, 2001. We are very proud to have three top presentations on the evolving world of environmental technology: How Valuable is Environmental Technology - Mr. Craig Barney, EHS Manager for Stanford University will discuss Stanford University's widespread use of environmental technology and the importance of environmental technology to their overall environmental program. Mr. Barney will discuss Stanford's use of environmental technology vendors and the importance of environmental technology awareness in selecting and using consulting firms. Exporting Environmental Technology - Did you know that many international markets are voracious consumers of environmental technology? Jim Miwa, Program Manager of the California Environmental Technology Export Program will discuss the State of California's efforts to help technology companies market and sell their technologies abroad, including ongoing efforts to introduce foreign buyers to California technology companies. Jim will present a summary of the technology market place in major international markets such as Southeast Asia, South America, and Europe. Risk Management and Environmental Technology - Is environmental technology risky? Is there greater chance that an new technology will fail? How can you or your client evaluate the use of environmental technology? Rick Craig of Marsh, Inc. will discuss how their firm uses commercially available risk management software to evaluate the risk associated with the use of various environmental technologies, and what products are available to help mitigate the risk of using new technologies. Marsh Inc. is the world's leading risk and insurance services firm. Marsh, Inc. is a subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Companies, Inc., a global professional services firm with annual revenues exceeding $10 billion. This is the Bay Area's premier event for showcasing environmental products, equipment, technology, software, and other related means and methods for improving cleanup of contaminated sites, managing environmental compliance, and improving efficiency on environmental projects. Technology Vendors are invited to exhibit! This is a once a year opportunity to showcase your product or technology to potential clients and learn from our expert panel about programs and projects that may bring you business. To simply attend the Technology Summit (rather than exhibiting), the cost is $25 for pre-registered PEMA members and their pre-registered guests, and $40 for non-members and walk-ins. CPEO list members can get the $25 rate by saying they are a guest of Joe Knox. VENDORS! IT'S NOT TOO LATE!! We have 15 Total Table Tops and some spaces are still available. Please act now and reserve as soon as possible. Please fill out the attached Exhibitor Registration Form and return it to the address provided. The cost for exhibit space is extremely reasonable at $175 per table and includes 2 lunches valued at $40/each. Exhibit space should be considered "table-top space" and will consist of a large table (approximately 2.5 foot by 8 foot with tablecloth). There are a limited number of electrical outlets for each exhibit so we do not encourage the use of electrical items, but if it is necessary please contact Joe Knox via email at email@example.com. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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