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ESTCP is gearing up for the 2018 Energy Exchange to be held August 21 to 23, 2018 in Cleveland, OH. The Energy Exchange is an excellent forum for ESTCP to interact with federal and private sector energy professionals, learn about developments in federal- building management and share results from our portfolio of new technology demonstration projects.

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The Department of Defense has been using aqueous film forming foam (AFFF) since the 1970s to suppress fires. Due to this use, there are numerous sites with related per-and polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) contamination.

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The Society for Technical Communication is the world’s largest and oldest professional association dedicated to the advancement of the technical communication field.

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We’re going to try a few new events at the upcoming  SERDP and ESTCP Symposium and bringing back an old favorite.  I’ll start with the old favorite since we have already gotten a lot of interest in this session.  On Thursday, November 29th at noon we will be holding a session entitled “Funding Opportunities: How to Partner with SERDP & ESTCP.”

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The SERDP and ESTCP Munitions Response Program held its spring In-Progress Review in May. We heard presentations from fourteen continuing projects and the MR Technical Committee met to consider FY-19 ESTCP pre-proposals. 

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Engineers throughout the aerospace and defense industry are under constant and increasing pressure to improve corrosion and wear performance of materials while reducing the overall costs of acquisition and lifecycle sustainment.  Simultaneously, occupational and environmental safety and health concerns are driving the replacement of the most widely used surface treatments.  Under REACH, European companies are under pressure to assess and manage chemical risk.

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The Department of Defense (DoD) operates over 500,000 buildings and structures with diverse inventory encompassing barracks, commissaries, data centers, office buildings, laboratories, and maintenance depots, among others. Most of these bases are largely dependent on a commercial power grid that is vulnerable to disruption from cyber-attacks, aging infrastructure, weather-related events and direct attack. 

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A vital piece of the Department of Defense’s (DoD) ability to meet its mission is the effective treatment of wastewater to protect public health and the environment as well as maximize operational flexibility. Advances in wastewater treatment at fixed installations and at forward operating bases (FOBs) can significantly contribute to meeting DoD’s sustainability goals, reduce operational costs, and improve overall mission performance.

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NMFWA highlighted a number of key projects in the Resource Conservation and Resiliency program area at the recent  National Military Fish and Wildlife Association’s (NMFWA) 2018 DoD Natural Resources Annual Training Workshop in Norfolk, Virginia. Dr. Preston led the session with a synopsis of SERDP and ESTCP’s management areas as well as the mission of the Resource Conservation and Resiliency program area. The session then shifted focus to specific projects.

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This week, we released the call for poster abstracts for the upcoming 2018 SERDP and ESTCP Symposium. Submit your abstract here!

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