Date: Tue, 5 Jul 2005 16:35:48 -0400
Reply-To: "Reinhardt, Peter (Environment Health and Safety)"

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From: "Reinhardt, Peter (Environment Health and Safety)"

Subject: Top Ten reasons to...
Top Ten reasons to come to the College and University Environmental
Compliance Workshop on September 13 and 14, sponsored by U.S. EPA Region
IV and the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural
10. Learn what to expect when an EPA inspector knocks on your door.
9. Crepe Myrtles still in bloom!
8. Terrific agenda. See: 
7.  UNC is so liberal-minded, we've even invited a speaker from Duke!
6. That reminds me...did we mention four-time NCAA Men's Basketball
5. Just $25!
4. "Why build a zoo when we can just put up a fence around Chapel Hill?"
- Former Senator Jesse Helms
3. Optional post-workshop tour of stormwater BMPs and Hazwaste Facility
(sign up separately)
2. Oh, and 18 NCAA Women's Soccer Championships! (Stay 'til Friday and
watch them play USD.)
1. Learn that RCRA does not stand for Ridiculous Chemwaste Redtape Act

Read all kinds of details about the Workshop at September 13 topics will include an
in-depth review of compliance issues faced by many colleges and
universities. The morning of the 14th will be devoted to environmental
management systems, energy savings and stewardship, among other topics.
The Workshop will end at noon on September 14.

The Workshop is being hosted by the University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill, and will be held at the William and Ida Friday Center, just
15 miles from the Raleigh-Durham International airport. Parking is free
at the Friday Center. Registration is just $25 per person and includes a
continental breakfast both days, and lunch on September 13.

For questions about registration, hotels, transportation or directions,
please visit or contact Sharon Myers,
University of North Carolina, at samyers**At_Symbol_Here** or 919-962-9752.

Please distribute this notice to your colleagues at other southeastern
colleges and universities. For other questions about the workshop,
please contact:

Delane Anderson                                                   
U. S. Environmental Protection Agency


Norma Murphy
North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources


Pete Reinhardt
Department of Environment, Health & Safety
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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