"Air Toxics: Dealing with the '80s, Planning for the '90s" is the topic of a half-day seminar to be held Wednesday at the Indian Hills Sheraton Resort, City of Industry.
The seminar is designed to teach businesses more about toxic-related issues and regulations, and how to approach problems that toxics can cause. Speakers include Moustafa Elsherif of the South Coast Air Quality Management District; Renzo Venturo, Hughes Aircraft Co., and Joyce Niebur, an attorney.
Two representatives from Monrovia-based AeroVironment Inc., a scientific-research company that is sponsoring the program, will also take part in the seminar. Tickets to the 7:30 a.m. to noon conference are $60 and can be purchased through Kathy Phillips at AeroVironments, 818/357-9983.
The program will be repeated Nov. 29 at the Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza in Los Angeles.