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INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTAL ASSOCIATION'S EIGHTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE TO BE HELD AT TOWN & COUNTRY CONVENTION CENTER, AUG. 25-27

 INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTAL ASSOCIATION'S EIGHTH ANNUAL CONFERENCE
 TO BE HELD AT TOWN & COUNTRY CONVENTION CENTER, AUG. 25-27
 Discussions about compliance issues and the latest water, air and solid waste regulations will occur at the Industrial Environmental Association's (IEA) Eighth Annual Conference Aug. 25-27 at San Diego's Town & Country Convention Center.
 The three-day IEA environmental regulatory compliance workshop features 64 regulators, managers and consultants speaking on regulations, management techniques and technology for water, air and solid waste pollution prevention, control and remediation.
 A separate, all-new, one-day small-business environmental workshop Aug. 25 will inform business operators without in-house expertise about regulations applying to their facilities.
 Major sessions and speakers:
 Aug. 25, 8:30 a.m.: Douglas Wheeler, secretary of The Resources Agency, is responsible for management, preservation and enhancement of California's natural resources including land, water, minerals and wildlife.
 Aug. 26, 8:30 a.m.: Michael A. Kahoe, assistant secretary for the California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal/EPA), is responsible for permit streamlining, regulatory assistance, environmental marketing and market incentive projects.
 Aug. 26, luncheon: Andrew Young, chairman and chief executive officer of Law Companies International Group and former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
 Award winners announced: (embargo until noon Aug. 26: IEA recognizes REMEC Inc., Rorick Buick Inc. and San Diego Unified Port District for achievements in environmental programs. Release to follow.)
 Following Aug. 26 luncheon: Major news conference concerning the economic impact of federal, state and local environmental regulations on San Diego's manufacturing industry. Speakers: David Mulliken, Latham & Watkins partner; Robert Goldsmith, Rohr chairman and chief executive officer; Andrew Young.
 Aug. 27, 8:30 a.m., Technology program: Dr. Paul MacCready, AeroVironment chairman and chief executive officer, discusses ways to remove the car as a significant source of local pollutants while reducing the cost to the user. AeroVironment designed major elements for the GM-Impact battery-powered car that General Motors plans to mass produce.
 More on Aug. 27 program: Invent America! San Diego presents Spring Valley's Brian Noel, 7, a second grader at Murdock Elementary School. His Speedee Seeder received a national first, is on display at the Smithsonian, is being patented and will be produced at Nuvenco Inc.
 An IEA exposition with about 118 exhibits is open Aug. 25-26, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (hosted socials at 4 p.m.) and Aug. 27, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
 Established in 1983, IEA promotes responsible and cost-effective environmental laws and regulations, facilitates environmental compliance among member companies and provides related educational activities for the community.
 CONTACT: Roger Renstrom, (during conference), 619-291-7131.
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