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26th Annual Sustainability & EHS Symposium

Largest Sustainability and Environmental Safety & Health Conference in America's Heartland

Complete Agenda

For a complete agenda, with speakers, topics and times in a PDF format, please Click Here for the Sustainability and EHS Symposium Agenda.  

Valuable Presentation Materials in PDF Formats

Here are the presentations and other written materials for the Symposium in a convenient PDF format for you to download to your computer or laptop.  Click Here for Presentations & Bios Submitted by Symposium Speakers. 


$425 per person.   Fee includes expert instruction for continuing education credits, written materials & PowerPoint presentations from all sessions attended, two luncheons, two continental breakfasts, afternoon refreshment break and a networking reception. 

Significant Savings for Organizations Sending Multiple Attendees  
For 3 to 6 attendees from one organization:  $340 per person (15% savings).
For 7 or more attendees from one organization: $290 per person (30% savings).

For those Attending Only One Day ... Significant Savings
To attend only Tuesday, March 21:   $340 per person
To attend only Wednesday, March 22:  $125 per person
To attend only Wednesday, March 22  Luncheon:  $40 per person

Continuing Education Credits Either Approved or Pending

CEP: 10 CMPs for Certified Environmental Professionals through the Academy of Board Certified Environmental Professionals (ABCEP);  QEP: 10.50 PDH for Qualified Environmental Professionals by the Institute of Professional Environmental Practice; CIH: 10.50 Hours/1.5 Industrial Hygiene CMP (Certificate of Maintenance Points ) through American Board of Industrial Hygiene;  CLE: 10.50 CLE Hours of instruction for attorneys through the Supreme Court of Ohio Commission on CLE; PE: 10.50 PDH (Professional Development Hours) for Ohio licensed professional engineers; PE: 10.50 PDH (Professional Development Hours) for Indiana licensed professional engineers approved by IPLA; CHMM: 10.50 CMP (Certificate of Maintenance Points) through the Institute of Hazardous Materials Management; CSP: 1 COC point (Certificate of Continuance Point) for attendance for Certified Safety Professionals by the Board of Certified Professionals; and 10.50 PDH for BCEE, BCEEM & BCES through the American Academy of Environmental Engineers & Scientists (AAEES).  

No other conference will provide you with a better return on your dollar than the 26th Annual Symposium -- guaranteed!  

As the economy grows stronger every day, the 26th 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 2017 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.

“This is the only conference I take time out of my busy schedule to attend. The information and networking opportunities are unmatched for the price” -- Lee A. Sanders, Environmental Coordinator, Honda Transmission Manufacturing.

Overnight Lodging

Host hotel is the Cincinnati Hilton Netherland Plaza, 35 West Fifth Street, Cincinnati.  The closing luncheon is at the Hilton in the beautiful Hall of Mirrors on the third floor.  For lodging for the evening (s) of March 20 and/or March 21 at the Hilton, you can reserve your overnight lodging via their website CLICK HERE.  The room rate in the block is $131. Alternatively, you can call the Hilton toll-free number (1-800-445-8667) and the block of rooms is listed under Manufacturers' Education Council.