EGLE's premier compliance assistance event is back in person next month
April 04, 2022
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy's (EGLE) premier compliance assistance event is back in person for 2022! Join hundreds of environmental professionals at the 2022 Michigan Environmental Compliance Conference (MECC) April 20-21 in Novi to learn more about how to comply with your environmental requirements.
Last time we held this event in 2018, 1,000 people attended. This year space is limited to allow social distancing, so register today to secure your spot. The registration deadline is April 11.
Top 10 reasons you should attend the 2022 MECC
- Get up-to-date information on regulatory topics, environmental requirements, best practices, EGLE hot topics, and more.
- Network with regulators, clients, and potential customers from around the state. A Networking Reception will take place at 4:30 pm on April 20.
- Choose from over 50 concurrent technical presentations delivered by program experts on topics related to air, waste, and water quality regulations, remediation and emergency planning.
- Take advantage of opportunities for specialized one-on-one assistance from EGLE staff and get your questions answered.
- Visit with exhibitors featuring emerging technologies, services, products and more.
- Grab your copy of the brand new 2022 Edition of The Michigan Guide to Environmental Regulations. This will be the ONLY opportunity to receive hard copies of the guide. Past conference attendees have mentioned this being the most valuable part of the conference!
- Earn continuing education credits for professional development.
- Get out of your house/office and explore the variety of topics - from basic to more technical, this conference has something for everyone.
- It's affordable! Regular 2-day registration is $195 and includes the Guidebook, compliance assistance materials, and breakfast and lunch each day
- Complying with your environmental requirements is vital for a cleaner environment and healthy economy in Michigan.
Keeping up to date on environmental regulations that affect your organization is a tough job. Don't miss this opportunity to stay informed and connected!
For more information, visit Michigan.gov/EGLEevents