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2010 National Environmental Partnership Summit

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This year’s theme - ‘Taking the Next Step for Energy, Sustainability, and a Green Economy’ – reflects our commitment to bring leading professionals together to discuss and advance environmental and business progress.

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When May 25, 2010 08:00 AM to
May 27, 2010 05:00 PM
Where Orlando, Florida
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May 25 - 27, 2010

Orlando, FL

DoubleTree Resort Orlando


The Environmental Partnership Summit is an interdisciplinary gathering of environmental professionals and assistance providers from diverse sectors all over the world. It was created seven years ago with the merger of the annual meetings of the National Pollution Prevention Roundtable (NPPR), the Compliance Assistance Providers’ Forum and the Performance Track Participants Association (PTPA).

Throughout the week, the summit will show a variety of business and government programs that have taken the environmental lead. The 2010 summit will provide the contacts, examples and education that allow you to take the next steps for your business, practice or program.

Environmental professionals from business, academia, non-governmental organizations and government should plan on attending this annual event. In addition to the varied content of the conference sessions designed to advance education and keep you up to date on current and future practices, there will be ample opportunity for networking and exchanging ideas with fellow attendees and exhibitors. NPPR members’ national meetings will take place at the summit as will topical workgroups on local and national activities.

Previous years attendees include: U.S. EPA, Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, Sierra Club, 3M, H2E, Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality and Baxter Healthcare Corporation.


Summit organizers include the National Pollution Prevention Roundtable and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.


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