Day: September 7, 2012

Webinar: K-State Pollution Prevention Intern Presentations – Class of 2012

Fri, Sep 14, 2012 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM CDT
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The 2012 class of Pollution Prevention (P2) interns will present the findings from their 10-week internship working with Kansas industries.  Eight interns will present throughout the afternoon, so attendees can feel free to attend as their schedules allow. The presentation will be held on campus in Room 202 of Calvin Hall, but you can also join via webinar by pre-registering. If you would like to attend in person, please contact SBEAP at 800-578-8898 for directions.

This event is open to the public, but may be of special interest to K-State faculty, engineering students, facility engineers, energy engineers, environmental managers, P2 technical assistance providers, and family and friends of the class of 2012.

The K-State P2 intern program is a non-regulatory, summer program designed to link top-level engineering and environmental sciences students with business and industry. Collaborations focus on projects to reduce energy use, emissions and wastes, benefiting the company bottom line and the Kansas environment. Students work with a technical advisor from PPI and a host company to research P2 projects that reduce or eliminate –

  • energy use
  • air emissions
  • hazardous and solid wastes
  • water contaminants