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Re: P2 Planning Paper for P2/CA superconference



I assume you mean the conference in April--I gave a talk like this about
4 years ago and I can certainly do one again if people think it is
worthwhile. I haven't given it much thought since I don't know of any
states considering adopting planning programs?
Melinda Dower
NJDEP

>>> "Thomas Vinson" <TVINSON@tceq.state.tx.us> 10/08/03 10:37AM >>>
Would anyone be interested in submitting a paper for the One
Environment conference in November to discuss the satus of required P2
Planning in a few states...lessons learned, benefits, future
directions?

Tomas Vinson-Peng
www.p2Plan.org 

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Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
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Austin, Tx 78711-3087
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