USCG/IMO To Hold Oil Spill R&D Seminar In Washington, June 1 -4

The U.S. Coast Guard and the International Maritime Organization (IMO) will co-sponsor a free seminar called, "International Oil Spill R&D Forum: Fostering International Cooperative Research," to be held in Washington, D.C., June 1-4.

The workshop will focus on current and proposed R&D plans for oil spill response technologies, providing a forum for information exchange and coordination among organizations with an interest in sponsoring oil spill R&D and to identify opportunities for cooperative efforts among research-sponsoring organizations in the field of oil spill and oil spill response studies.

Topics at the workshop will include: bioremediation, burning and alternative treatment counter measures; spill response management; and mechanical recovery, storage, separation and disposal.

Although the workshop will be given at no cost, there will be a charge payable at registration for lunch.

For further details, contact: Conference Secretariat, Technology & Management Services, Inc., 20201 Century Blvd., Germantown, Md.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 87,  Apr 1992 Biscayne Bay

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