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Deborah Craig, an environmental scientist with the U.S.
Environmental Protection Agency Region 2 Office that covers New York, New
Jersey, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, will be the featured speaker
at the March 17, 2011 Collision Industry Conference (CIC) meeting which will be
held in conjunction with the Northeast Trade Show at the Crown Plaza
"The CIC Governmental Committee is grateful to Ms.
Craig and the EPA for providing this important and timely presentation on the
NESHAP (National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants) 6H rule to
CIC and the many industry stakeholders and repairers that will be in
attendance," said CIC Governmental Committee Co-Chairman Stephen Regan.
"Even with a March 11, 2011 final deadline for compliance, there is still
some confusion in the industry on the 6H Rule, and Ms. Craig’s presentation is
designed to ensure all repairers and others in the industry have accurate and
official information as we enter into the phase of compliance and
Added Michael Quinn, owner of 911 Collision Centers and
current CIC chairman, "Delivering relevant topics and speakers to our industry
is what CIC does best. We’re also looking forward to meetings on topics
of significant interest to all industry stakeholders."
The July CIC meeting in Salt Lake City, Utah, held in
conjunction with the I-CAR Industry Event, will have an education theme titled,
"Meeting the Future Training Needs of Our Industry." The November
meeting in Las Vegas will be titled, "Advanced Vehicle Technology and
Reparability Coming to a Shop Near You."
The November meeting will also feature a forum on
industry repair standards. The CIC Repair Standards Advisory Committee will
deliver its business case for the development of the independent standards body
proposed at the July 2010 CIC meeting. The committee is also planning to
deliver a panel discussion titled, "Living with a Standard," that
will include presentations from individuals across industry segments from the
United Kingdom who will discuss the repair standard in the UK.
For additional information on future CIC meetings, click HERE.