As an environmental and response professional working in the Western United States & Canada, it is important to stay up-to-date on best practices and challenging issues for spill prevention, response and remediation and maintain relationships with all parties involved in incident command and the communities that may be impacted. At the CLEAN PACIFIC Conference, August 17-18, in Renton, WA, you’ll have the opportunity to connect with professionals from maritime, facilities, rail, pipeline and governmental agencies during dedicated networking activities, conference sessions, on the exhibitor floor, and in the virtual platform. If you cannot attend in-person, you have the option to attend virtually.

  • Topics of discussion in conference sessions are focused on region-specific issues that offer real strategies and solutions for what you face in the Western United States and Canada
  • You can network with attendees from all levels of industry, government, and non-governmental organizations at the live event or on the virtual platform
  • Vendors are on-hand in the exhibit hall, and in the virtual platform, ready to help you find solutions to your environmental and emergency response needs

Company types you’ll see at CLEAN PACIFIC:

  • Academia/Association/NGO
  • Barge/Tanker
  • Chemical/Petrochemical
  • Consultant
  • Co-op
  • Drilling Services
  • Emergency Response/Clean-up
  • Environmental
  • Exploration & Production
  • Financial/Legal
  • Government/Regulatory
  • Marine Salvage & Fire
  • Non-governmental Organizations
  • Occupational Health & Safety
  • Oil & Gas Distribution
  • Pipeline
  • Ports/Terminals
  • Processing/Refining
  • Rail
  • Towing/Tugging
  • Tribal Representatives
  • Trucking/Transportation
  • Storage
  • Subsea
  • Supplier/Manufacturer
  • Wildlife

Types of people you’ll connect with:

  • CEO
  • Chief of Regulatory Compliance
  • Crisis Communication Consultant
  • Director of Crisis Management
  • Director of Emergency Preparedness
  • Director of Response Services
  • Director of EH&S
  • Environmental Compliance Manager
  • Executive Director
  • Federal On-Scene Coordinator
  • Hazmat Planning Director
  • HSE Director
  • Marine Operations Manager
  • Oil Spill Specialist
  • Operations Manager
  • Policy Advisor
  • Pollution Response Specialist
  • Port Captain
  • Preparedness Manager
  • President
  • Program Manager
  • Regional Response Manager
  • Safety Specialist
  • Senior Environmental Advisor
  • Terminal Manager
  • Vice President of Emergency Response

Co Hosted by

Alaska Dept. of Environmental Conservation

British Columbia Ministry of Environment

California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife

Hawaii State Department of Health

Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

Washington State Department of Ecology