|Date:||Mar 26-27, 2019|
Sharonville Convention Center, 11355 Chester Road, Cincinnati, OH 45246
The 28th Annual Sustainability and EHS Symposium is the one conference you’ll want to attend. Attendance will give you the competitive edge in meeting today’s complex regulatory challenges and help you manage differently in the changing business world. The 2019 Symposium is loaded with cost-saving ideas, practical compliance approaches and cost-effective strategies. In addition to the opportunity to actively network with your peers and benefit from some of the profession’s best & most talented minds, you’ll take away valuable ideas to immediately implement back at work … the ‘take away’ value of this Symposium is the reason many attendees attend year after year.
Stites & Harbison is the Luncheon sponsor on Tuesday, March 26th.
Stites & Harbison attorneys W. Blaine Early, III and Jennifer Cave will be speakers a this event:
- "Best Practices to Avoid Environmental Enforcement in an U.S. EPA Era of Power Rebalance," (Tues., March 26th, 2:00-3:15 pm) Highly interactive session. New role of states in environmental enforcement under President Trump. Jennifer Cave, Member, Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Service Group, Louisville, KY; Shery Hesselbein, Group Counsel, Environmental, Safety & Security, Marathon Petroleum Company, LP; Valerie Tachtiris, Deputy Gen'l. Counsel, IDEM; Michael Kroeger, Director, Kentucky Division of Enforcement; Valeria Hoover, Chief, Env. Enforcement Section, Ohio Attorney General's Office
- "Corporate Sustainability Best Practices...Using the Energy Star Portfolio Manager to Boost Profits and Promote Sustainability," (Tues., March 26th, 3:30-4:45 pm) Insights into the Energy Star Portfolio Manager, how it can be used to measure and forecast energy use and water consumption and its benchmarking tools to compare facilities. W. Blaine Early, III, Ph.D., Member, Environmental, Natural Resources & Energy Service Group, Lexington, KY; Kurt Barrett, LEED AP, CEM, Intelligent Services Program Leader, Harshaw Trane