Aug 26, 2019

Staff Attend MWCC Conference

GREDELL Engineering Resources, Inc. staff recently attended the 2019 Missouri Waste Control Coalition (MWCC) conference held at Osage Beach, MO.  Attendees were: Thomas R. Gredell, P.E., President; Mikel Carlson, R.G., Principal Geologist; Rickie Roberts, P.E., Senior Civil Engineer; Ken Ewers, R.G., Environmental Geologist; John Browning, P.E., Senior Engineer; Mick Cossairt, R.G., Senior Geologist; Travis Doll, R.G., Environmental Geologist; and, Grant Elliott, Environmental Geologist.

The theme for this year’s conference was “Balancing Environment and Economy.” A healthy environment helps the economy thrive and a good economy provides resources to protect our environment, this balance is important to all of us.   Over 450 other professionals attended the MWCC conference, which provides an annual forum for discussing and sharing new developments in waste management, site remediation, and environmental protection.  MWCC was formed in 1981 to bring together citizens, government, business, and industry to discuss the rapidly changing field of waste management.

GREDELL Engineering Resources, Inc. staff recently attended the 2019 Missouri Waste Control Coalition (MWCC) conference held at Osage Beach, MO.  Attendees were: Thomas R. Gredell, P.E., President; Mikel Carlson, R.G., Principal Geologist; Rickie Roberts, P.E., Senior Civil Engineer; Ken Ewers, R.G., Environmental Geologist; John Browning, P.E., Senior Engineer; Mick Cossairt, R.G., Senior Geologist; Travis Doll, R.G., Environmental Geologist; and, Grant Elliott, Environmental Geologist.

The theme for this year’s conference was “Balancing Environment and Economy.” A healthy environment helps the economy thrive and a good economy provides resources to protect our environment, this balance is important to all of us.   Over 450 other professionals attended the MWCC conference, which provides an annual forum for discussing and sharing new developments in waste management, site remediation, and environmental protection.  MWCC was formed in 1981 to bring together citizens, government, business, and industry to discuss the rapidly changing field of waste management.

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