Mark your calendars and join us on October 7-8, at EPA Region 2 in New York
City to learn about new technology to help solve environmental challenges and
provide your input about future needs. The workshop will feature an exciting
array of technologies developed and verified with EPA's support. Region 2
will present their high-priority needs for technology solutions. The EPA
Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) and Small Business Innovation
Research (SBIR) Programs will highlight innovative technologies for air,
water, soils and surface monitoring; drinking water treatment; greenhouse gas
mitigation and cleaner energy; wastewater infrastructure, treatment and reuse;
and air pollution control.
Attend this workshop to:
* Hear from EPA scientists, research collaborators, technology users, and
technology developers responsible for developing, verifying, and using
* Get a closer look at some of the technologies at the workshop's innovative
* Participate in in-depth discussions on technology areas of interest with
the aim of establishing new collaborations among ETV, SBIR and Region 2 and
* Provide your input about future environmental challenges and needs.
The workshop is free and open to all. Environmental professionals and the
general public are encouraged to attend. Take advantage of this great
opportunity to learn more about two of the Office of Research and
Development's key technology programs and the solutions they support, and to
help develop projects to work together on developing and verifying new
technology. There is also limited space available for SBIR companies
interested in exhibiting their innovative products. The event will provide
valuable exposure for your company and technology, and you will have the
opportunity to gain insight into high-priority technology needs in the
northeastern part of the U.S. Vendor technology exhibits and demonstrations
will be held throughout the workshop during registration and breaks. Each
exhibit space will be provided with one 6' table, two chairs and one standard
electrical outlet (20 Amp/110 V) (if requested). There is no fee to register
or exhibit at the event.
To register for the workshop on-line, please visit:
If you are interested in exhibiting at the workshop, or have any questions,
please contact Abby Waits, EPA, at (513) 569-7884 or email@example.com.
Exhibit space is limited; please indicate your interest in participating by
August 15, 2008.