What is one of the best ways to promote collaboration across the industry? Roundtable meetings.
In last week’s blog, we took a look at 2015 to focus in on where we’re headed as an organization, and industry. And with all of the changes on the horizon, finding ways to generate collaboration within the air pollution control arena will become crucial to our success. With that in mind, ICAC is taking the initiative to lead this concerted effort, welcoming both members and newcomers to take part in the regulatory development discussion during our Annual Meeting feature event on April 22, 2015: ICAC Roundtable: Understanding the Impacts of Regulations.
Together, we’ll explore the complicated maze of federal and state agencies, talking through the reasons why close participation with federal and state agencies will provide your company with benefits including the ability to forecast revenue and earnings flow, and the rebutting of inaccurate or old information that agencies or contracted third parties may have. Throughout the Roundtable session, we’ll also take a deeper dive into the regulatory process, outlining current emissions limitation provisions for pollutants, and discussing best practices for working with EPA, state agencies, and peripheral third parties.
We encourage you to join us for this opportunity to share ideas and foster partnerships with fellow colleagues and representatives from across the air pollution control and monitoring technology sector. Participating in this important dialogue, will help our industry take the practical and effective steps needed to implement best practices and take action on the right regulations, at the right time.