AMPP - The Association for Materials Protection and Performance

AMPP Board Announces New CEO

Alan Thomas is named AMPP’s next chief executive officer. Alan is an accomplished leader with a track record of over 20 years in CEO roles and at one time was a member of both NACE and SSPC.

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Submit your topics for AMPP Annual Conference + Expo 2024

Requests must be submitted by Thursday, March 30, 2023, to be taken into consideration for AMPP Annual Conference + Expo in New Orleans (March 3–7, 2024). AMPP is seeking presentation topics in the following formats: Informative Sessions, Peer-Reviewed Topics, and Advertorial.

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Forefront Innovation Series

Wastewater Corrosion: A Primer on Current Best Practices, Specifications, and Future State

April 25 - 26, 2023| 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. CST

It is critical to protect wastewater infrastructure to prevent any downtime outside of routine maintenance.  This virtual event focuses on corrosion detection and mitigation in the wastewater industry. The speakers will share problem-solving strategies on identifying corrosion, coating selection, coating application, inspection, and real-life case studies in wastewater environments.

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FIS: Water Wastewater
Communities of Interest

Find a home for your interest in one of our Technical Communities of Interest

Technical Communities of Interest (TCI) are groups of people, either member or non-member, who share a common technical interest. They come together for the purpose of furthering a common cause by sharing wisdom, knowledge, information, and/or data for a specific topic.

By joining a Technical Community of Interest, which is free, you can interact with others who are focused on the same industry topic such as coatings, oil & gas, infrastructure, and more.

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How can the absence of corrosion inspection impact your community?

On June 24, 2021, the Champlain Towers South condominium building collapsed before 1:30 a.m. and killed 98 people. This tragedy has left Americans grieving and wanting answers. While investigators continue their examination into the root cause, millions are left wondering, is my building safe? How do we prevent this from happening again? Could this have been prevented?

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Champlain Towers South