Below: Sunrise over Lake Superior from Canal Park; SS William A. Irvin (museum)
The Midwest Chapter of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry was established in 1992 as a regional, professional society to promote the use of multidisciplinary approaches to examine the impacts of chemical and technology on the environment. We are comprised of environmental scientists, government, and industry and environmental interest groups.
1. Promote research, education, training and development of the environmental sciences.
2. Encourage interactions among environmental scientists and disseminate information on environmental toxicology and chemistry.
3. Sponsor scientific and educational programs and provide a forum for communication among professionals in government, business, academia and other segments of the environmental science community involved in the use, protection and management of the environment.
Midwest SETAC is a non-profit organization dedicated to the use of multidisciplinary approaches to examine the impacts of chemicals and technology on the environment. The chapter is operated as an independent affiliate of the international SETAC organization and is wholly responsible for the information provided. Feel free to contact us with questions.