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With more than 75,000 page views per month, A&WMA's Web site offers a highly targeted, affordable medium for generating traffic to your Web site. Visitors to the site include industry managers, representatives from government agencies, environmental engineers and consultants, government regulators, and university personnel.

EM Magazine

The Journal - A Tradition of Excellence

EM, the Air & Waste Management Association's (A&WMA) monthly magazine for environmental managers, explores a range of issues affecting the industry with timely, provocative articles and regular columns written by leaders in the field. EM also keeps readers abreast of important developments throughout the year with coverage of regulatory changes; EPA research; new technologies; market analyses; environment, health, and safety issues; new products; professional development opportunities; and more.

  • Reaches over 9,000 core environmental decision-makers and qualified buyers each month
  • Low out-of-pocket costs
  • Loyal Association readership with strong affinity for their publication
  • Affordable high-frequency ad schedules
  • Leads delivered monthly and in convenient mailing-label format

The Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association is one of the oldest continuously published, peer-reviewed, technical environmental journals in the world. First published in 1951 under the name Air Repair, the Journal is intended to serve those occupationally involved in air pollution control and waste management through the publication of timely and reliable information. Limited sponsorship and professional recruitment advertising opportunities are available. Please contact A&WMA for more information.

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EM Advertising Policies

EM, A&WMA's monthly magazine for environmental managers, explores a range of issues affecting the air and waste management industry, including business impacts of regulatory changes, management strategies, new technologies, and market analyses, with timely, provocative articles written by leaders in the field. A&WMA welcomes relevant and appropriate advertising in EM. However, as A&WMA is a nonpartisan society serving a wide range of environmental professionals, it is critical that EM's editorial independence is strictly maintained and that all advertisers adhere to the magazine's advertising policies, as follows:

Editorial Independence:

  • Advertising is separate from editorial content. Readers will be able to clearly distinguish advertising and editorial content in EM.
  • Feedback and suggestions from advertisers are welcomed, but decisions regarding editorial content are made solely by EM's editorial staff.
  • Advertisers are strongly discouraged from advertising in the same issue for which they (or a subsidiary) are the subject of an article or for which they have contributed an article.
  • If advertising and editorial content from the same company cannot be avoided in the same issue, then the advertising will be placed in another part of the magazine. Advertising will not be placed within or adjacent to the related editorial content.
  • A&WMA does not endorse any company, product, or service appearing in third-party advertising.
  • A&WMA reserves the right to refuse any advertising that it deems inappropriate or offensive.

Note: A&WMA reserves the right to modify these policies at any time.