New seminar covers critical water issues for Massachusetts municipalities

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WESTFORD, Mass., Oct. 23, 2002 -- ENSR announces a practical seminar, specifically designed for Municipal Water, Public Works, and Transportation Department Engineers, Managers, Operators and Planners in Massachusetts that will present cost-effective compliance strategies and insights for dealing with these critical issues affecting most municipalities.

The November 20 seminar will be held at ENSR's office at 2 Technology Park Drive in Westford, MA, from 8:30-11:00 am and requires registration (see below).

Municipal seminar attendees will learn how to best manage Storm Water, Water Supply and Security, Low Copper Discharge Permit Limits, and other important water issues for towns and cities. ENSR's experts will present case studies and practical solutions, and have a questions and answers period.

Seminar Format and Details

This seminar will be held on November 20 from 9:00 am to 11:00 am (coffee and muffins @ 8:30 am). Four presentations by ENSR experts will be followed by questions and answers. Seminar seating is restricted to 25.

Please sign up early: Email: mbiondo@ensr.com or phone Marilyn Biondo @ 978-589-3000 x3541. To register, provide your name, title, municipality, address, phone number and email address. Registration deadline is November 15. Directions will be provided upon request.

ENSR International (www.ensr.com) is a leading environmental services company with 34 years of experience serving government/municipal and industrial companies from 50 U.S. offices. ENSR is a 2001 Environmental Business Journal Gold Medal winner.

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