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2019 MCC Policy Day at the Capitol
Wednesday, February 06, 2019, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM EDT
Category: Conferences and Events

Please join us for our annual policy day, including a planning session for our legislative and regulatory priorities, and meetings with legislators and agency leaders.
Wednesday, February 6th

8:00am - 1:00pm (includes breakfast, meetings, and lunch)

Who Should Attend? - EHS&S managers; plant mangers & site leaders; government affairs managers; public relations managers, and others

The MCC will also host a luncheon in the Capitol building to showcase our industry’s innovations and contributions. 

Sponsorship is encouraged to support the event and host a table for visibility at the luncheon. All sponsors will be recognized with logos prominently displayed on website, on signage, and on social media. Sponsorship of $750 includes a table/display at the luncheon, and up to two attendees.

Product contributions of 100 items are also requested as part of legislator gift bags.

For those not sponsoring, individual registration is $50 per person.

Please click here to sponsor or register!

Speakers include:

  

Aaron Keatley - Chief Deputy Director, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ)

Mr. Keatley will give a brief update on current DEQ priorities, including PFAS, Part 201 cleanup program, hazardous waste program, recycling, and environmental priorities for the Whitmer administration.

Kara Cook, Policy Advisor on Energy and Environmental Protection for Governor Whitmer

Kara will give an update on the administration's priorities and organization for energy and environmental policies.

 

Senator Dan Lauwers - Chair, Senate Committee on Energy & Technology

Senator Lauwers will give an update on energy policy priorities for his legislative committee.

 

Representative Gary Howell - Chair, House Committee on Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation

Representative Howell will give an update on environmental and natural resources priorities for his committee, including potential PFAS hearings and legislation.


Thanks to our sponsors!

 


Contact: John Dulmes at 517-372-8898