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NEFAEP January Open Forum

Happy New Year!

Please join NEFAEP at Abatix for our January Luncheon which will be an open forum style meeting.  We encourage our members to attend with a focus on the things they would like to see happen with NEFAEP in 2015 (Joint Ventures, Presentation Ideas, Luncheon Locations, Social Locations, etc.) We want to give our membership the opportunity to have a voice in the direction of the group!

We are offering a special sponsorship deal for this meeting: $150 to speak about your company and services for 5 – 10 minutes. Contact aaron.bendavid@testamericainc.com if you are interested in sponsoring this event. The general audience will speak about their affiliations, events, associations and ideas for 2015.

Timucuan Trail Parks Foundation has agreed to share some information about their group and activities for 2015.  We would like to consider working with them this year on a tree planting or river/park cleaning project. We would also welcome other local non profits to this meeting and encourage them to take the floor for 5 -10 minutes to present on how we can work together or support one another.

Please RSVP for this event. We look forward to hearing ideas and making 2015 great!

 

Interested in being on the FAEP Board of Directors?

Nominations can be made by November 15th.  In order to be nominated, your chapter must submit a nomination for you to info@faep-fl.org.  Members of FAEP can directly nominate themselves the same way.

The elections for three open positions will be held from November 17th to December 15th.  Once the new board is seated, elections of the executive committee will be held during the January 2015 board meeting.

NEFAEP November Meeting

Please join us at the Abatix offices for our November meeting.  Ms. Pamela Fellabaum with Florida Department of Environmental Protection will be speaking on “DEP Compliance Assistance and Waste Minimization/Cost Savings”.

More details can be found at our Events page.

We would appreciate if you could RSVP so that we can get an accurate headcount.  Please click here to RSVP by November 18th!

Please RSVP for upcoming September NEFAEP event!

Please join us for our September lunch event.  Details can be found here.

Speaker: Lee Bienkowski
Topic: Impact  of In-situ Remediation on Contaminant Concentrations and Geochemistry
Abstract: In-situ remediation is commonly used in Florida to treat dissolved organic contaminants in groundwater.  A wide variety of bioremediation and in-situ chemical oxidation (ISCO) methods are approved for use in the state.  Although many of these methods have been shown to be effective in removing the organic contaminants, post-injection analyses indicate that metals concentrations often increase to above the groundwater cleanup target level (GCTL).  The author reviewed data from petroleum-impacted sites available on OCULUS and selected 43 sites with sufficient data to assess the impact of the injection event on metals concentrations.  The author employed statistical analysis to compare and contrast remediation methods for effectiveness at removing organic contaminants and extent of negative impact on groundwater chemistry.

Please RSVP for this event!

NEFAEP August Event

Please join us for our August afternoon networking social at Latitude 30 on Phillips Highway! This location was selected based on a poll provided in last month’s newsletter.  Keep an eye out for more opportunities like this!

Please RSVP so that we can get an accurate headcount for this event!

FAEP chapter events have also been posted to the event calendar if you are interested!

July NEFAEP Event Announcement

Our next monthly meeting is scheduled for July 10th at Havana Jax from 11:45 to 1:45.  Our guest speaker will be Ms. Christine Buckley with the Keep Jacksonville Beautiful commission.

The Keep Jacksonville Beautiful Commission is our local, grassroots affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, the nation’s largest volunteer-based community action and education organization. Made up of volunteer representatives of the public, private and not-for-profit sectors appointed by the mayor of Jacksonville, the commission meets bi-monthly, with committees meeting separately on the months in between. The commission provides leadership and direction for the projects of Keep Jacksonville Beautiful and approves any expenditures necessary to make those projects possible. All meetings are open to the public.

Event details are available at our events page.  Please RSVP by ASAP so that we can get an accurate headcount for lunch.  Cost for NEFAEP members is $10 and non-members is $13. You can pay at the door (cash or check only) or pay in advance using our PayPal link on the sidebar.

We look forward to seeing you there!