August 23-24, 2022
Hyatt Regency Lake Washington, Renton, WA

Real-World Solutions for Spill Prevention, Response & Remediation in the Western United States & Canada

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General Event Information

It is important to stay up-to-date on best practices, challenging issues, and new rules and regulations for spill prevention, response and remediation in the Pacific Northwest. The CLEAN PACIFIC Conference gives you the opportunity to build and renew relationships with all parties involved in a response, share experiences and discuss solutions to response challenges specific to the Pacific region, and view the latest technologies advancing the industry. Download a PDF version of the conference program – $50 savings inside!

Health and Safety

The health and safety of our attendees, exhibitors, and sponsors are of the utmost priority at CLEAN PACIFIC. We will continue to work with the Hyatt Regency Lake Washington and our supporting vendors in order to ensure that we’re following the best safety procedures and protocols. In an effort to maintain the health and well-being of all at our events, we are committed to following the state and local guidelines as well as those put in place by the CDC, the U.S. Travel Association and at the city and state levels.


Registration is still open!  Click here to register online.

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Exhibiting Information

Get in front of a group of buyers from maritime, facilities, rail, pipeline, governmental agencies and non-governmental organizations at the 2022 CLEAN PACIFIC Conference. Those who attend CLEAN PACIFIC are looking for new solutions and technologies to help them better prepare or respond to a hazardous spill or environmental emergency in the Western United States & Canada.

Securing your exhibit space is easy! 

Contact Renie Mayfield
Phone: 720-289-7008

Click here for more information on exhibiting at CLEAN PACIFIC.



Secure Your Spot


Alaska Dept. of Envr. Conservation

British Columbia Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy

California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife

Hawaii State Department of Health

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

Washington State Department of Ecology