NOTICE

At EPAZ, we are carefully and constantly monitoring the Coronavirus developments and are following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), the White House Coronavirus Task Force, and state and local health agencies, and therefore we have cancelled all in-person meetings and events until further notice. Fees will be refunded for those who have registered for an upcoming meeting.  EPAZ will be considering moving our presenters to an online format until we can safely meet in person.  EPAZ believes that we must all be responsible citizens and do what we can to help slow the community spread of the Coronavirus.

Welcome!

Environmental Professionals of Arizona (EPAZ) is the premier environmental professional organization in Arizona. Our membership is comprised of state, industry, and business leaders including: regulatory, academia, environmental consultants and engineers, as well as environmental services companies dedicated to promoting environmental stewardship.

EPAZ events and activities foster networking, communication, and cooperation between industry, business, and government. We provide a platform that allows our members to learn and share information within a diverse list of environmental disciplines including air, water, waste, pollution prevention, sustainability issues, safety and climate change. 

Founded in 1986 as the HAZWaste Society, EPAZ is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 corporation operated by a dedicated group of volunteers. Proceeds from all our educational events and activities benefit the EPAZ Scholarship Fund whereby, Arizona students studying within environmentally related fields are awarded scholarships. 

Our Mission

We promote leadership in environmental management through collaboration, education and community outreach.  We cultivate a diverse, connected and engaged membership of environmental professionals.

Our Objectives

  • Encourage and facilitate the exchange of information among environmental professionals.
  • Connect and help cultivate Arizona’s current and future environmental professionals through educational outreach, the EPAZ scholarship program and awareness of employment opportunities.
  • To grow the organization and continuously improve our value to our membership.
  • Provide community outreach opportunities for our members to promote environmental stewardship.

 

Timely Topics


Rescheduling – Monthly Meeting featuring Amanda Reeve & Mike Ford - AZ Environmental Legislative & Waters of the US Updates
April 22 - Earth Day Cleanup at Phon D Sutton Recreation Area
Rescheduling - Monthly Meeting featuring Rozanna Albright - Brownfields/RIO 2.0 Initiative

Our Vision


To be Arizona’s leading community of environmental professionals that inspires the exchange of information & ideas and fosters professional development.

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