**Date Change** April 22nd Science Café – How Chemistry Directs the District’s Water Quality Program

Please join the CSW for a Science Café Event, a chance to discuss science and technology issues with experts set in the casual atmosphere of a DC restaurant!

Join Jeffery Seltzer, Acting Deputy Director of the Natural Resources Administration at the DC Department of Energy and Environment for an overview of the District’s water quality program and the critical role chemistry plays in establishing goals and tracking progress.

How Chemistry Directs the District’s Water Quality Program

Monday, April 22nd, 6:30 pm

Sudhouse DC

1340 U St NW Washington, DC 20009

**Please note this event has been rescheduled from its previous date of Wednesday the 24th**

This event is part of the Atlantic Regional Science Café Series (ARSCS), a collaboration between the Chemical Society of Washington, that Maryland ACS Section, and the North Carolina ACS Section. In preparation for the Fall 2019 National ACS Meeting exploring connections between chemistry and water, the participating ARSCS chapters will host science café events that their local members can attend in person while simultaneously livestreaming the discussion for members of other ACS sections to participate in through a webinar format. 

Please register at https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2522961769227252995 to let us know how you plan to attend the event (in person or by webinar) or contact cswsciencecafe@gmail.com with any questions.

This event is FREE and open to all ages and backgrounds!

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