Technical Studies Program

Each year, NCASI executes a Technical Studies Program that is guided by industry advisory panels that identify the most pressing environmental issues facing the forest products industry. The program planning process begins with brainstorming by small groups of environmental experts familiar with the industry. The process continues with priority setting by industrial advisory panels representing Member Companies and culminates in endorsement by the NCASI Board of Governors.

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Air

The NCASI Air Program focuses on improving the science and implementation of emissions measurement methods--a topic that is relevant for forest products manufacturing and beyond.

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Vipin Varma Vice President - Air Quality & Director, Southern Regional Center
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Chemical Management

NCASI’s Chemical Management Program is designed to help members meet the challenges associated with ensuring the safe and effective use of chemicals and effectively achieving related regulatory reporting obligations.

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Paul Wiegand Vice President - Water Resources & Director - Northern and Western Regions
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Forestry

NCASI’s forestry programs are addressing important technical questions related to sustainable forestry, third-party certification, forest environmental management, and government regulation of forestry operations.

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Darren A. Miller Vice President - Forestry Programs
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Sustainable Forestry & Conservation Planning

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Sustainable Manufacturing

NCASI’s Sustainable Manufacturing program focuses on characterizing the potential impacts of a variety of activities along the value chain and identifying cost-effective ways to reduce these impacts.

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Kirsten Vice Vice President – Sustainable Manufacturing & Canadian Operations
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Water

NCASI has three program areas that contribute to the scientific understanding and conservation of water resources. These are the Water Quality Program, The Aquatic Biology Program, and the Forest Watersheds Program.

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Paul Wiegand Vice President - Water Resources & Director - Northern and Western Regions
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Watershed Management

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