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Nebraska Industrial Council On Environment

Have you heard of the Nebraska Industrial Council on the Environment aka NICE? Are you in charge of your facilities environmental plans and regulatory paperwork? Check out this organization.
NICE is the Nebraska Industrial Council on Environment. It is an unincorporated, entirely volunteer organization of environmental professionals who meet on a monthly basis (third Thursday of the month) to network and learn about current issues. There are no dues or fees. Benefits include the ability to learn from colleagues around the state about current environmental issues and different approaches to managing those issues. The membership is varied and really the only qualifying requirement is that your organization is impacted by environmental regulations. As a NICE member, you will get a discounted registration at the annual MECC Conference in Kansas City. (Many in the industry feel this the best regional environmental conference of the year.) 

Kristi Block, the Executive Vice President, attends NICE meetings on a regular basis as the representative for the Nebraska Grain and Feed Association. She will share new information from these meetings in The Grist. 

Want more information about the organization or details about the next meeting? Check out the NICE Facebook and/or LinkedIn Group.

2019 Environmental Awards Nomination

The Nebraska Industrial Council on Environment (NICE) Organization is sponsoring the NICE Environmental Awards again this year. NICE, is requesting award nominations in the following categories: individual and business or industry.

The NICE Organization will be presenting the Environmental Awards at the 2019 Nebraska Safety Council Conference and Trade Show to be held in York, Nebraska at the Holthus Convention Center October 16th. The awards luncheon will be held on October 16th from 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.

The Awards Selection Committee, consisting of NICE Members, will make the award selections. Selections will be based on the following criteria: innovation, pollution prevention, sustainability, leadership, engagement, and natural resource conservation. Nomination Form

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