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TRI National Training Conference

Useful Information from the 2008 TRI National Training Conference

Held February 12-14, 2008

Agenda

The agenda for this meeting is available here.

Results of Blog Activity Conducted During Meeting

Final List of Attendees

Mike Barrette Presentation

Mark Bateman Presentation

Orlando Cabrera Rivera Presentation

Doug Chatham Presentation

Doug Chatham RSEI Macro

Doug Chatham TRI Macro

Barbara Conklin Presentation

Monty Elder Presentation

Rich Engler Presentation

Diane Fowler Presentation

Pat Garvey Presentation

Paul Hilton Presentation

Nora Lopez Presentation 1

Nora Lopez Presentation 2

Ron Myers Presentation

Rebecca Moser Presentation

Andy Opperman Presentation 1

Andy Opperman Presentation 2

Ted Palma Presentation

Michelle Price Presentation

Stephanie Plummer Presentation

Larry Reisman Presentation

Jody Rosenberger Presentation

Ingrid Rosencrantz Presentation

David Sarokin Presentation

John Scalera Presentation

Velu Senthil Presentation

Dipti Singh Presentation

Scott Slesinger Presentation

Derek Swick Presentation

Larry Taylor Presentation

Cory Wagner Presentation

Steve Wurtz Presentation 1

Steve Wurtz Presentation 2

Bill Zajac Presentation

The Toxics Release Inventory (TRI) report resulted from the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986. The TRI program requires industrial facilities to publicly report quantities of toxic chemicals annually released into the air, water, and land. TRI is an important tool that gives Americans public information on chemical releases for their community, so that they can make informed decisions about protecting their environment. The United States is an innovator in providing this level of openness in chemical reporting, and other nations are using TRI as a model.

ECOS works with the EPA to organize and conduct the annual TRI National Conference. This Conference seeks to increase interactions between state, tribal, federal, and industry representatives to help improve TRI programs.