2022 NCASI Conference
NCASI 2023 CONFERENCE
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Thank you to the more than 80 presenters who shared their expertise at the conference.
Thank you to the more than 400 conference attendees. You are the reason we hold this conference and we were so happy to see you again.
Thank you to our conference sponsors for your continued support. We couldn’t do this without your partnership and participation.
Canadian Mill Environment
Chemical Management & Health Effects
Sustainable Manufacturing & Climate
Agenda as of 9/26/22
Full Agenda – Click to download a pdf of the NCASI 2022 Conference Agenda
Continuing Education Credits
NCASI is an approved Continuing Professional Competency sponsor and can offer professional development credits to those attending this event. Requests for certification of attendance should be made through Carol Williams or by calling (919) 941-6400.
NCASI Members – In-Person – by August 12th = $200
NCASI Members – In-Person – after August 12th = $300
NCASI Members – Virtual = $150
Government Employees – Virtual or In-Person = $75
Academic Faculty/Students – Virtual or In-Person = $75
NCASI conferences are intended for members only. However, exceptions can be made for companies interested in membership and other organizations interested in the work of NCASI. These exceptions are reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Please email Tracy Stubbs to request registration access.
NCASI COVID-19 In-Person Safety Protocol
NCASI’s Annual Conference will be geared toward fully vaccinated individuals. We encourage all attendees to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms before and throughout the conference. In consideration of fellow attendees, we ask that anyone experiencing symptoms not attend in person.
All attendees will be provided individual hand sanitizer, a face mask, and two COVID-19 antigen test kits at check-in. Everyone is encouraged to use hand sanitizer throughout the conference. We will be monitoring the CDC “Community Level risk” website for Clark County, WA, where the conference will be held. During the conference, we will follow the CDC protocol in place at that time, which is subject to change. All attendees will be required to wear a face mask if the CDC designates Clark County, WA as “High” risk.
If, while in attendance at the conference, you experience COVID-19 symptoms do not attend in-person sessions. Please use the rapid antigen self-test provided to you at check-in. Anyone who experiences symptoms or tests positive should not attend the sessions in person. Everyone registered for the conference will have virtual access to the conference sessions on the Pathable platform.
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