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NTC 2022 Call For Abstracts

NEIWPCC is now accepting abstracts for the 27th National Tanks Conference & Exposition (NTC). The conference will be held September 13-15, 2022, at the Wyndham Grand in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Pre-conference workshops will be held on September 12. Please use this form to submit an abstract to be considered for a conference presentation, pre-conference workshop, or poster. You may also suggest a topic or presenter. The deadline for submission
is Wednesday, February 2, 2022.

Please be aware that speakers are responsible for their own expenses related to the conference. This includes registration and travel costs. NEIWPCC will offer a reduced registration rate for speakers, and eligible state and tribal employees may apply for reimbursement according to NEIWPCC’s policies and procedures. Information related to conference registration and participant support will be communicated in the spring of 2022.


NEIWPCC is committed to providing an event that keeps all participants as safe as possible and promotes the well-being of our community. NEIWPCC requires all individuals who participate in the NTC to be fully vaccinated in order to attend. For more information, the full policy may be accessed via the official conference website.



    Please provide your contact information, whether submitting your own abstract or making a recommendation. Include all requested information to ensure your submission receives full consideration. Asterisks (*) indicate mandatory input fields.


    Please indicate the target audience that is most appropriate for your presentation. Also indicate the appropriate level of experience of your target audience.

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  • For classification and organizational purposes only, does your abstract primarily benefit the
    participation of Tribal professionals, is it presented by a speaker who identifies as a member of a Tribe, and/or is it based on work conducted on Tribal lands or in partnership with a Tribal community? If so, please be sure to indicate that detail within your abstract summary.


    Please indicate the keyword(s) that most closely relate to your abstract. If you do not see a related topic listed below, use the “Other” category to enter your topic. Please limit to a maximum of 4 topics.

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  • Please discuss the subject(s) you will cover and your method of engaging the audience (e.g., roundtable discussion, Q&A with roving microphone, classroom-style presentation, etc.). Also include your preferred presentation format (conference presentation, pre-conference workshop, or poster). Please submit for your individual presentation rather than for multiple presentations/speakers. NEIWPCC and the conference planning team will work to group similar abstracts into conference sessions. If you choose to submit an idea for an entire conference session with multiple speakers and topics, please describe in detail below: Limit to 3000 characters (approx. 500 words.)
  • NEIWPCC welcomes all presenters regardless of experience. Please describe your level of experience with presentations. Limit to 1500 characters (approx. 250 words)
  • Please provide a brief professional biography. Limit to 1500 characters (approx. 250 words)

  • If you know of a great presentation that you would like to recommend, please describe the
    presentation, and provide the speaker’s contact information if possible: Limit to 1500 characters (approx. 250 words)
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  • NEIWPCC will notify you about the status of your abstract in late spring, 2022.

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