Join us at this one day workshop to understand how produced water is treated and recycled
- North Dakota Department of Health
- Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
- Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
- Department of Health, Arkansas
Examine the risks to workers and how you can overcome these. Have your say on the guidelines which need to be implemented
Examine NORM in the paper mill industry including hazards and characteristics of wastewater from paper
View the NORM North America conference agenda
Critical issues to be addressed at NORM North America 2015 include:
Evaluating the risks of radon in natural gas systems
Development of the NORM and TENORM studies in the states of North Dakota and Pennsylvania
Findings from the Taskforce on TRC NORM regulations and TENORM in the oil and gas industry
Steps being taken by the National Commission on Radiation Protection and Measurements to help highlight NORM in the US
Examine where the progress for worker protection has been made and which challenges remain
Mitigating the risks of permitting and licensing challenges in North America
Processing of NORM from water extraction and well development water
|Town hall style open forum
Shape the agenda! Have your say on the top three NORM issues. This new interactive format will ensure that our experts tackle the topics that matter the most to you.
|Network Development Lunch
Coloured dots on name badges correspond with lunch tables so delegates will have lunch with people they may not otherwise have met.
|Hot Topic Roundtable Discussion: Contamination Limits
Hear from regulators, operators and service providers on how the lack of agreed exclusion & exemption levels can affect operations.
North Dakota, West Virginia and Pennsylvania Case Studies
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