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Current Membership: Now over 275 member enterprises & more than 780 individual organizations (January, 2016)
Organizational Trends: CHWMEG is a non-profit organization
Facility Review Costs: Typically US$775-$875 for North America and US$1,800 elsewhere, resulting in member savings of >US$47 million!
CHWMEG Meetings: No cost to members - request an invite
Global Seminars: Valuable & timely information about global issues
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Spanning the Globe
CHWMEG conducts facility reviews around the world...view links below to view:
- 2016 Facility Review Program (FRP) - List and status of facilities included in CHWMEG's 2016 FRP.
- 2016 FRP Planning & Information page.
- Consolidated List of Available CHWMEG, Inc. Facility Review Reports - Reflects over 1,500 unique facilities reviewed (over 4,000 reviews total) since 1995.
- TSDF Search Engine - Services offered by facilities reviewed since 1995.
- Facility Reports by Year - 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012
- Alphabetical List - Get facilities by 1st letter of the facility name.
- Facility Report Cost Tables - Report prices for Members and new Members for all facility reviews from year 2012 (NA) and from year 2010 (non-NA) to present (reports ONLY AVAILABLE to members).
- Preferred Facility Review Firms - List of firms supporting the 2016 FRP
CHWMEG is more than just facility reviews!
- CHWMEG Meetings: Free for members; these informational meetings also provide great networking opportunities
- Global Seminars: provide valuable information concerning the aspects of industrial waste stewardship and potential/emerging liabilities
- Typical Report Contents - Contact the Administrator to review a sample report. This page contains the standard report Table of Contents.
- Facility Evaluation Program - For the technically inclined, some information on how the protocol is applied
CHWMEG, Inc. is a non-profit trade association comprised of manufacturing and other "industrial" companies interested in efficiently managing the waste management aspects of their environmental stewardship programs. Their programs are based upon their potential environmental liability related to the wastes that are inherently generated by their companies' manufacturing processes. Note that member companies always strive to reduce, recycle, or reuse the wastes associated with their operations as a first resort. However, the complete elimination of wastes generated from their operations is not always feasible. [more]
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