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Maine's Environmental Issues Symposium

November 27, 2011

Please Join the Maine State Chamber of Commerce for
Maine's Environmental Issues Symposium
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
From 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
at Texas Instruments in South Portland (formerly National Semiconductor)
5 Foden Rd., South Portland, ME.

Free to Maine's business community- Reserve your seat today!

Over the past year there have been significant positive changes made to Maine's environmental laws and regulations that will help Maine's businesses. Join the Maine State Chamber of Commerce at our Environmental Issues Symposium and learn about recent changes to Maine's environmental laws and regulations and how they impact your business. Maine's environmental laws and regulations affect ALL businesses. Highlights include:

Special announcement by Maine DEP Commissioner Patricia Aho

You won't want to miss this exciting event!

Panel discussions on the implementation of changes passed in LD1 (including beneficial reuse, Maine's new environmental audit law and changes to the BEP) and the significant changes to Maine's chemical regulation laws and how these changes can help your business. Legislative panel with members of the Environmental and Natural Resource Committee will be looking forward to the upcoming legislative session and what's in store on the environmental issue front.


After the Symposium-

Tours of Texas Instruments will be available for those who want to participate


Please RSVP to Amy Downing at adowning@mainechamber.org by Friday December 2nd.

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