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 bt A4  J mUqmuunnlnvw,m 46. CAPE GAZETTE - Friday, April 11 - Monday, April 14, 2008 Regional employer business summit set for April 18 The Eastern Shore Business Leadership Network Regional Employer Summit, Diversity at Work: Gaining the Competitive Advantage will be from 7:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Friday, April 18, at the Clarion Fontainebleau Resort and Conference Center at 10100 Coastal Highway, Ocean City, Md. A wel- coming reception will be held the night before from 6 to 8:30 p.m. at the same location. This summit, designed for small and large business owners, human resources managers, supervisors and marketing professionals, is presented By Business For Business and offers practical business solutions to increase workforce retention, open new doors to corporate diversity, improve understanding of the Americans With Disabilities Act employment appli- cations, overcome the mystery of accommodations and access new consumer markets. In addition, a Diversity Policy Workshop is being offered. At least two hours of Human Resource Certification Institute credit is approved. The cost to attend is $185. The summit has limited number of exhibitor opportunities available. Visit www.diversitysummit.esbln.org or contact the Salisbury (Md.) Area Chamber of Commerce at 410-749-0144 for more information. Steven Billups photos DNREC holds Clean Marina Expo The Delaware Department of Resources and Environmental Control held its first Delaware Clean Marina Expo at Delaware Technical & Community College April 2. "The expo was organized to provide marina owners and oper- ators with information and services that will help them reduce environmental impacts and operate greener, more sustainable businesses," said Crystal Nagyiski, Pollution Prevention Program manager and expo coordinator. "There are many activities that businesses can do to improve our marine environment, reduce wastes, conserve energy and the wise and sustainable use of our natural resources, while at the same time increase their bottom line." Shown demon- strating the marina wash-water treatment system for Ann Whaley, commodore of the Rehoboth Bay Sailing Association, is Michael Solomon, president of Bay Compliance Solutions. The system removes a broad range of contaminents from water through electrocoagulation. Faye McDonald, right, manager of Pilottown Marina in Lewes, discusses the services offered by BrightField Environmental Services with Curt Hatfield, program manag- er, and Cheryl Titcher, marketing manager. BrightField is certified in Delaware to perform hazardous substance cleanup investigations, remove underground storage tanks, investigate and remediate abandonment cases, conduct asbestos surveys and monitor projects. N00ml