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> 2005 Third International Phytotechnologies Conference
April 20-22, 2005

Sponsored by: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Office of Research and Development (ORD) and
Technology Innovation and Field Services Division (TIFSD)

Overview:

Phytotechnologies use plants to clean or contain contaminants from soil, sediments, or water. Planted systems can degrade organic pollutants and extract heavy metals. Advancement has been made in the research to identify and optimize plant capability to reduce risk and enhance environmental benefit. This conference will present the state of science and engineering development in phytotechnologies worldwide. More specifically, the purpose of this conference is to understand which technologies using plants are currently effective, how best to integrate research science and field applications, and what questions need further research.

Please visit the Midwest Hazardous Substance Research Center (MHSRC) website for more information about student lodging, poster application, exhibitors, and sponsors.

There will be an optional field trip on Tuesday April 19, 2005 to the Department of Energy Savannah River Site in Aiken, SC. For more information about the Savannah River site please see http://www.srs.gov. The tour will leave the Hyatt Regency Altanta hotel at 9:00 am and return to the hotel at 5:00 pm. If you are interested in attending the field trip and are a U.S. citizen please send your full name, mailing address, date of birth, and social security number to Lee Newman at newman2@gwm.sc.edu by March 29, 2005. If you are a non U.S. citizen please contact Lee Newman by March 22, 2005 to determine if security clearances can be obtained for you to visit the site. The field trip is free and transportation will be provided to and from the Hyatt Regency Altanta hotel.

Sleeping room capacity has been exceeded at the Hyatt Recency. For alternate lodging options close to the Hyatt, please view the list of additional hotels.



EPA recognizes that it is EPA's policy to make reasonable accommodation to persons with disabilities wishing to participate in the Agency's programs and activities, pursuant to the Rehabilitation Act of 1979, 29 USC 791. Any request for accommodation should be made to the specified registration contact, Ellen Rubin (703-603-0141 or rubin.ellen@epa.gov), preferably one month in advance of the registration deadline, so that EPA will have sufficient time to process the request.

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