WIH Resource Group Co-Hosts EPA's 2008 Annual West Coast Collaborative Partnership Meeting

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WIH Resource Group (WIH), announced today that it is Co-Hosting the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) 2008 Annual West Coast Collaborative (WCC) Partnership Meeting being held in Seattle, Washington on November 5th and 6th, 2008. WIH Resource Group is pleased to be a Co-Host with the West Coast Collaborative and the EPA for this important meeting. Senior Management of WIH Resource Group have been actively involved in the West Coast Collaborative since its inception in 2004.

WIH Resource Group (WIH), announced today that it is Co-Hosting the Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) 2008 Annual West Coast Collaborative (WCC) Partnership Meeting being held in Seattle, Washington on November 5th and 6th, 2008. WIH Resource Group is pleased to be a Co-Host with the West Coast Collaborative and the EPA for this important meeting. Senior Management of WIH Resource Group have been actively involved in the West Coast Collaborative since its inception in 2004.

About the Annual West Coast Collaborative (WCC) Partnership Meeting
The West Coast Collaborative Annual Partners Meeting is being held November 5th and 6th in Seattle, WA. This annual event provides WCC partners with the opportunity to hear about upcoming funding opportunities, promising diesel new technologies and emissions reductions strategies, and valuable sources of technical assistance. The meeting is also an excellent opportunity to network with colleagues, celebrate the successes of the past year, and look forward to emerging opportunities for the West Coast Collaborative.

This year's meeting will be held on November 5-6th, in Seattle, WA at the Red Lion Hotel, 1415 5th Avenue ~ Seattle, WA 98101. Additional information about the conference, including the free registration, can be found at: http://www.westcoastcollaborative.org/

About WIH RESOURCE GROUP (WIH)
WIH Resource Group is a global leader and provider of comprehensive waste management, recycling, environmental, transportation/logistics, clean fuels and business solutions. WIH specializes in, among other services, waste management operational performance assessments, transportation / logistics studies, financial analysis, cost of service studies, alternative fuel uses, solid waste planning, waste and recycling market studies, environmental services and business development.

Based in Phoenix, the company's clients include both private and public sector municipalities and companies throughout North America. For additional information on WIH Resource Group, visit their website at http://www.wihresourcegroup.com or their subsidiary, http://www.wastesavings.net .

About the Collaborative
The West Coast Collaborative (Collaborative) is an ambitious partnership between leaders from federal, state, and local government, the private sector, and environmental groups committed to reducing diesel emissions along the West Coast. Partners come from all over Western North America, including California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska, Arizona, Idaho, Nevada, Hawaii, Canada and Mexico. The Collaborative is focused on creating, supporting and implementing diesel emissions reductions projects.
The Collaborative is organized around six sector workgroups that meet regularly by teleconference and occasionally face-to-face, and is supported by an Interim Steering Committee:

  •     Locomotives and Rail
  •     Trucking
  •     Construction and Distributed Generation
  •     Agriculture and Biofuels
  •     Marine Vessels and Ports
  •     Public Fleets

The Collaborative is an integral part of the National Clean Diesel Campaign. The Collaborative also helps coordinate regional efforts for cleaner fuels and the Clean School Bus USA program. EPA launched, but does not control the Collaborative.
For more information, contact:

Bob Wallace
Principal & VP of Client Solutions
WIH Resource Group
bwallace@wihresourcegroup.com
Phone: 480-241-9994
Website: http://www.wihresourcegroup.com

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