About the Conference
One of the major challenges of the Chemistry sector is chemical waste. Chemical waste can be broadly categorized into three types: innocuous aqueous waste, low-risk chemical waste, and hazardous chemical waste. Although RA 6969 deals mainly with hazardous chemical waste, it is the social responsibility of the chemistry sector to responsibly and appropriately handle all types of chemical waste, as these may pose risks to human health and the environment.
There is a wide range of types of generators of chemical waste, from small- and medium-scale enterprises (SMSEs), high schools and universities, R&D institutions, chemical laboratories, commercial establishments, and large industries. All generators of chemical waste must be properly trained regarding the handling, storage, transport and ultimate treatment of chemical waste. An important component in this chain are the waste transporters and treaters. Chemical analytical laboratories play a critical role in the characterization of chemical waste. However, since chemical analysis itself generates chemical waste, improved methods of chemical analysis should be adopted that can achieve the same results with less chemical waste.
In this regard, the Integrated Chemists of the Philippines (ICP) is organizing the third annual National Conference of Chemical Laboratories (NCCL) on 16-17 October 2019 at the Century Park Hotel in Manila. The theme of this year’s NCCL is “Formulating Solutions to Chemical Wastes: The Chemistry Sector’s Social Responsibility”. This conference will cover the relevant aspects of RA 6969, best practices in the minimization, handling, and storage of chemical waste, accredited waste transporters and treaters. The Board of Chemistry will share observations on the status of chemical waste management and its commitment to Chemical Waste Management as the focus of its Social Responsibility Program.
Who Should Attend The 3rd NCCL?
This conference is targeted to chemists and chemical technicians working as laboratory analysts, researchers, among others. Laboratory managers and owners are highly encouraged to attend to keep them updated on the appropriate procedure for the safe disposal of their laboratory’s chemical wastes. Other professionals such as chemical engineers and the like, and academic faculty and staff are most welcome to attend.
Sponsorship and Exhibition
The 3rd NCCL is an ideal venue for companies to promote their products and/or services to the event participants through a dedicated industry exhibition area. Likewise, the 3rd NCCL is open for sponsorships from companies.
To learn more on how your company can become an official sponsor and/or exhibitor of the 3rd NCCL, contact:
Ms. Julie Trinidad
Office Secretary, ICP
Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
To be decided by the CPD Council of Chemistry soon. Visit this page for any updates.
CPD Provider Details. The ICP is accredited by the PRC as a provider of continuing professional development (CPD) units with accreditation number 2017-007, approved on 15 August 2017 and valid until 14 August 2020.
Registration Fees and Inclusions
The registration fees (per person; VAT-EXCLUSIVE) are as follows:
(By Sep. 16)
|Regular / Walk-in
(From Sep. 17)
|Active^ ICP Member||PHP 4,500||PHP 5,500|
|Inactive/Non-ICP Member||PHP 5,500||PHP 6,500|
*Make sure to remit early bird payment by September 16 (Monday).
^Proof of unexpired ICP membership required.
• Payment and registration must be accomplished individually.
• The ICP shall accommodate only the first five-hundred (500) registered participants in the main conference venue.
• Your online registration must be accompanied by the respective full payment in order to be processed. Slot reservation through partial payment or incomplete registration is NOT allowed.
• Pay the exact amount as indicated. Any excess payment will be forfeited. Payments less than the total amount indicated will NOT be processed.
• If you have paid for your registration fee but failed to register, you will be classified as a walk-in participant.
• A limited number of walk-in participants may be accommodated on a “first-come, first-served” basis.
If your company opts to deduct the VAT from the payment, an additional 15% of your respective registration fee must be added.
Registration fee covers the following: conference name tag, refreshments, lunch, relevant certificates. (Please note that certain items are not guaranteed for walk-in participants.)
How to Register
Kindly follow the two-step procedure below to register for this event.
(Note: Payment and registration must be accomplished individually.)
STEP 1 of 2: REMIT YOUR PAYMENT. Deposit your respective payment to the following bank account:
Bank: Bank of the Philippine Islands
Branch: Loyola Katipunan
Account Name: Integrated Chemists of the Philippines
Account Number: 3081-0830-95
• The participants are requested to respect the deadlines (stated above) for the remittance of payment.
• If your company opts to deduct the VAT from the payment, an additional 15% of the respective registration fee will be charged.
Payment may be settled through bank deposit (cash or check) or online transfer (one registrant per deposit slip / transaction). Make sure to scan or photograph your machine-validated deposit slip or screenshot your online transaction as you will need to attach it onto the online registration form in the next step.
STEP 2 of 2: ACCOMPLISH THE ONLINE FORM. Accomplish the event online registration form (link found below). For active ICP members: kindly include any proof of your active ICP membership (membership card, official receipt, membership confirmation message). Additional fees shall be applied once found otherwise.
(More than 50% allotted slots available)
Cancellation or Transfer Policy: Cancellation or transfer of registration to another qualified individual must be done on or before September 28 (Saturday). Contact Mr. Nick Tan (email@example.com) for this matter. All approved cancellations will be given a refund of 70% of the respective registration fee.
NOTE: Online registration shall remain open until October 5 (Saturday), 11:59PM. Participants who have remitted their payment but failed to do the online registration are considered as walk-in participants. A limited number of walk-in participants may be accommodated on a “first come, first served” basis.
For general inquiries:
Mr. Nick Tan
Digital Engagement Manager, ICP
For letter of invitation requests, kindly provide only the following information: (1) name of intended receiver, (2) his/her position in the company, (3) company name, and (4) company address.
599 Pablo Ocampo Street,