International Association of Environmental Professionals 

A GLOBAL COMMUNITY DEDICATED TO ENHANCING ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE

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What is INASEP?

“The environment is where we all meet: where we all have a mutual interest; it is the one thing all of us share. It is not only a mirror of ourselves, but a focusing lens on what we can become.” – Lady Bird Johnson 

The­­­ International Association of Environmental Professionals (INASEP) aims to be the leading global professional association bringing together environmental professionals from various fields of work and study.

Our mandate is to make a difference by providing a wealth of member resources – information factsheets, customizable resources, and professional development continuing education courses –  available to all professionals across the broad spectrum of environmental disciplines. 

Membership Features

information resources

Fact Sheets, White Papers &
Procedural Guidance

CONTINUING EDUCATION

Professional Development Online Courses

DOWNLOADABLE, CUSTOMIZABLE RESOURCES

Forms and Procedures for Best Practice

KNOWLEDGE-SHARING AREA

A forum for members to share knowledge and experience

Continuing Education

INASEP Members: FREE - Non-members: $99 until December 10, 2019

An Introduction to Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances

The Introduction to Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances online professional training course provides environmental professionals with relevant information about PFAS. Get informed about PFAS today! Topics include - What are PFAS and where do they come from? - PFAS Chemical and Physical Properties - Fate and Transport in the Environment - Treatment Options and Remediation Challenges

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Coming December 17, 2019! INASEP Members: FREE - Non-members: $99

Using Drones for Environmental Applications

The Using Drones for Environmental Applications professional development training course provides environmental professionals with information about aerial imagery basics, types of equipment, and how drones can be used to support environmental monitoring and management, including - Assessing and Monitoring Sensitive Areas and Species at Risk - Mapping and Modelling - Vegetation and Agricultural Assessment - Shoreline Monitoring - Tracking Remediation Projects - Pipeline Inspection, Oil and Gas Industry - Energy / Renewable Energy Management - Conducting Air and Water Sampling

Coming December 17, 2019!

Free to INASEP Members! Coming January 2020!

Groundwater – Introduction to Sampling

The Groundwater - Introduction to Sampling professional development online training course provides environmental professionals with knowledge about: Groundwater's Role in the Water Cycle - Hydrogeology Basics - Planning Groundwater Sampling Events - Groundwater Level Measurement - Purging & Evacuating a Well From Stagnant Water - Low-Flow Purging & Sampling - Monitoring Field Parameters -Sample Collection Procedures -Equipment Decontamination - Quality Assurance and Control - Sample Handling, Chain of Custody & Shipping - Collection of Drinking Water Samples

Coming January 2020!


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“I’m most excited about the downloadable content from INASEP – it will be useful for all of my staff – the information sheets and customizable resources are going to be great time-savers for us, with information that workers from all levels can easily understand.”

Nate B.

Environmental Manager