Nandra Weeks Made Significant Contributions to Air & Waste Management Association's 54th Annual Conference and Exhibition in Jupiter, Florida
Nandra Weeks, P.E., (Florida) served as moderator for a "Waste Recycling Roundtable" at the Air & Waste Management Association's 54th Annual Conference and Exhibition in Jupiter, Florida.
The roundtable focused on current issues, potential solutions, and explored outside-the-box thinking related to recycling. Nandra also served on the Technical and Student Environmental Challenge Committees for this event.
Geosyntec was a Gold Sponsor for the event and provided the award for the four winning teams of the 2018 Florida Air & Waste Management Association's Student Environmental Challenge.
Nandra is a Senior Principal Environmental Engineer based in Florida with more than 30 years of professional experience focused on the engineering and remediation issues associated with environmentally-impaired property redevelopment. She also specializes in the design and implementation of environmental compliance and site remediation programs at municipal solid waste landfills, coal combustion product disposal sites, and other properties. Nandra has developed site-specific approaches using the latest regulatory, technological, and economic development tools for the redevelopment of ten major impaired properties in the Southeast.
The Air & Waste Management Association (A&WMA) is the leading authority on the topic of global environmental responsibility. As a resource to more than 5,000 environmental professionals worldwide, this nonprofit, nonpartisan professional association, provides a neutral forum for information exchange, professional development, networking, public education and outreach.
The A&WMA Florida Section's 54th Annual Conference and Exhibition offered several technical presentations by leaders in their fields, covering a broad range of the hottest issues with participation by representatives from regulatory agencies around Florida, including the Florida Department of Environmental Protection and featured Student Poster and Environmental Challenge competitions.
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Learn more about Nandra at: https://www.geosyntec.com/people/nandra-weeks