By Jamie Nesbitt
Since its inception, the brownfield industry has been impacted by some of the most influential women in the country. And one needn’t have looked any further than the Environmental Protection Agency’s Brownfields 2006 conference in Boston, Mass., this past November, to see just how many women are changing the landscape. It was there that the Society of Women Environmental Professionals (SWEP) gathered to celebrate the creation of its new Massachusetts chapter and share its expertise.
Brownfield News’ Executive Editor Sue Boyle was at that celebration, representing the New Jersey chapter of SWEP, for which she is a current co-chair.
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