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  • Indoor Air Quality with a Focus on New Technologies in HVAC New technologies offer higher indoor air quality (IAQ) and better energy efficiency which translates to healthier air and cost savings over time. This program focuses on HVAC in public facilities that may be improved by retrofitting or add-ons.
  • The Urban Forest - Preserve and Protect Trees are part of your infrastructure; they should be protected and preserved, and be a component of your overall emergency management plan. Gather tips on how to create an emergency response plan for your urban forest. Hear methods for tree preservation during construction projects and before and after severe weather events.
  • Porous Pavement: How Is It Performing? This program features case studies from agencies that have been maintaining and monitoring porous asphalt, pervious cement, and interlocking paver systems and the pros and cons of their performance.
  • ETHICS...or Doing the Right Thing In this program you will find out how to balance both official conduct and personal affairs and "give off the impression" that you have forged an ideal set of ethics for both yourself and your organization.
  • Bridge Maintenance With over 150,000 deficient bridges reported in the United States, a good bridge maintenance program is essential. Find out how to become more efficient and better equipped to perform proper maintenance and repairs. Hear from the experts how you can implement a new program or improve your existing one.
  • NPDES: Good Housekeeping This program examines "Good Housekeeping" practices implemented by public works agencies to control runoff both at the source and through materials management.
  • Reinvesting in America’s Transportation System This program provides an update on the status of surface transportation authorization and recommended reforms shaping the debate. The program also includes a presentation of APWA's new surface transportation authorization toolkit and hands-on resources for attendees to take back to their communities and APWA chapters.