Telephone
517-372-5900

As of 2/20/19, all users must create a new account. Click “Login” and then “Create an Account” or contact MMA at 517-487-8542 for assistance.

Menu

The Costly Impact of Ozone Nonattainment

A looming threat has the potential to bring high costs and competitive burdens to manufacturers across Michigan — and many are not even aware of it. MMA is leading the charge to block federal efforts to increase costly regulations that offer little to no benefit to Michigan’s air quality.

Join us for The Costly Impact of Ozone Nonattainment: Threats, Costs & Solutions for Your Business, a half-day seminar to help you understand how your business could be impacted, on Friday, 2/28/20 at the MMA Headquarters in Lansing.

Date, Location and Time
  • Friday, February 28, 2020
  • MMA Headquarters, Lansing
  • Registration beings at 9:00 a.m.
Pricing
  • $25/person for MMA Industry & Associate Members
  • $50/person for MMA Insurance and Future members
Register Today

To help you understand how your business could be impacted by ozone nonattainment, MMA will be joined by:

  • Jay Olaguer, Assistant Director and Meteorologist of the Air Quality Division
    Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy
  • Lillian Woolley, Senior Engineer
    Fishbeck
  • Greg Myers, Environmental & Air Quality Manager
    Marathon Petroleum Company LP
  • Kurt Kissling, Partner
    Warner Norcross & Judd
  • And more

Whether your company is in a nonattainment area or not, manufacturers across Michigan will feel the impact of these regulatory changes. MMA encourages you to register your regulatory managers, engineers, environmental compliance leaders, internal legal experts and any third-party environmental consultants responsible for day-to-day air permitting issues.

  • Learn the background behind ozone nonattainment
  • Connect with professionals specializing in modeling and ozone monitoring
  • Develop plans to implement Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) strategies in your facility
  • Find out more about both VOC and NOx RACT

Contact Dave Greco for Policy Information

Dave GrecoDirector of Regulatory &
Environmental Affairs

Call 517-487-8543
E-mail greco@mimfg.org

Contact Sarah Martin for Event Registration

Sarah MartinEvent Coordinator
Call 517-487-8521
E-mail martin@mimfg.org

A looming threat has the potential to bring high costs and competitive burdens to manufacturers across Michigan — and many are not even aware of it. MMA is leading the charge to block federal efforts to increase costly regulations that offer little to no benefit to Michigan’s air quality.

Join us for The Costly Impact of Ozone Nonattainment: Threats, Costs & Solutions for Your Business, a half-day seminar to help you understand how your business could be impacted, on Friday, 2/28/20 at the MMA Headquarters in Lansing.

Date, Location and Time
  • Friday, February 28, 2020
  • MMA Headquarters, Lansing
  • Registration beings at 9:00 a.m.
Pricing
  • $25/person for MMA Industry & Associate Members
  • $50/person for MMA Insurance and Future members
Register Today

To help you understand how your business could be impacted by ozone nonattainment, MMA will be joined by:

  • Jay Olaguer, Assistant Director and Meteorologist of the Air Quality Division
    Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy
  • Lillian Woolley, Senior Engineer
    Fishbeck
  • Greg Myers, Environmental & Air Quality Manager
    Marathon Petroleum Company LP
  • Kurt Kissling, Partner
    Warner Norcross & Judd
  • And more

Whether your company is in a nonattainment area or not, manufacturers across Michigan will feel the impact of these regulatory changes. MMA encourages you to register your regulatory managers, engineers, environmental compliance leaders, internal legal experts and any third-party environmental consultants responsible for day-to-day air permitting issues.

  • Learn the background behind ozone nonattainment
  • Connect with professionals specializing in modeling and ozone monitoring
  • Develop plans to implement Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) strategies in your facility
  • Find out more about both VOC and NOx RACT

Contact Dave Greco for Policy Information

Dave GrecoDirector of Regulatory &
Environmental Affairs

Call 517-487-8543
E-mail greco@mimfg.org

Contact Sarah Martin for Event Registration

Sarah MartinEvent Coordinator
Call 517-487-8521
E-mail martin@mimfg.org
MFG Forum 2017
Events
MFG Forum 2017
The 2017 MFG Forum will outline the threats, discuss best practices and provide resources for protecting valuable manufacturing assets from cyber attack.
Mfg Excellence Awards 2017
Events
Mfg Excellence Awards 2017
This program recognizes excellence in manufacturing by honoring those who make a positive impact in their community and in their industry.
MFG Forum 2018
Events
MFG Forum 2018
The MFG Forum guides industry leaders through emerging issues like Industry 4.0 and provide resources to maintain Michigan’s manufacturing advantage in the 21st century.
Insurance Forms
Insurance, Internal Page
Insurance Forms
Download and print the forms you need to manage your benefits program.
Manufacturers Recognize Vantage Plastics for Community Impact
News
Manufacturers Recognize Vantage Plastics for Community Impact
MMA is proud to announce that Standish’s Vantage Plastics has been selected as the 2017 recipient of the MFG Community Impact Award.
Manufacturing’s Plan for Michigan
Advocacy
Manufacturing’s Plan for Michigan
Michigan’s economy is growing — but more remains to be done. Discover the industry’s top priorities for the 2017-2018 Legislative Session and help keep manufacturing moving forward.
Reduced UI Taxable Wage Base Available in 2018
Advocacy
Reduced UI Taxable Wage Base Available in 2018
Eligible employers will qualify for a reduced taxable wage base of $9,000 for calendar year 2018 thanks to MMA-supported legislation passed in 2011.
Building a Competitive Michigan
Advocacy
Building a Competitive Michigan
MMA legislative and regulatory successes have saved Michigan manufacturers billions of dollars in recent years.