Vapor Intrusion: The Conference – Legal, Technical
and Regulatory Perspectives”
January 23-24, 2014
Embassy Suites, Cary, NC
UPDATED: 12-4-13 – The Carolinas Section of AEG will hold Vapor Intrusion: The Conference – Legal, Technical and Regulatory Perspectives at the Embassy Suites in Cary (suburban Raleigh), NC on January 23-24, 2014. Our conference program will present perspectives on vapor intrusion from professionals from a variety of backgrounds. CEUs will be offered.
Henry Schuver, U.S. EPA – Geological influences on indoor air quality and human health
Lenny Siegel, Executive Director of the Center for Public Environmental Oversight - What impacted communities need to understand about vapor intrusion
Rod Thompson, formerly of Indiana DEM – TCE non-cancer and developmental risks: issues and needs
Other confirmed speakers include:
Panel of state regulators: Delonda Alexander (North Carolina DENR), Kyle Newman (Virginia DEQ), Ahmet Bulbulkaya (Tennessee DEC), John Boyer (New Jersey DEP), Rod Thompson (formerly of Indiana DEM)
Larry Schnapf, Schnapf, LLC – National perspective on legal issues
Chris Lutes, ARCADIS – Temporal variability of indoor air and soil gas
Christie Zawtocki, Hart & Hickman – Deciphering sources of vapor intrusion
Will Service and Rob Hill, Mid-Atlantic Associates – Vapor intrusion challenges on urban infill projects
John Boyer, ITRC Vapor Intrusion Team/New Jersey DEP – History of vapor intrusion in New Jersey and Petroleum Vapor Intrusion: advancements in screening and investigation
More speakers will be introduced weekly.
Conference registration is now available HERE. Download a fillable .pdf HERE.
Fourth Biennial Southeastern In Situ Soil and Groundwater Remediation Conference 2014
March 3-4, 2014
Marriott Renaissance Raleigh, Raleigh, NC
The conference will provide a forum for providing the state of the art for a wide range of in situ remediation technologies. On the first day of the conference, recognized speakers from around the country will present on their area of expertise. On the second day, case studies will be provided by consultants and vendors on the application of emerging technologies, with lessons learned.
The conference provides a valuable opportunity for groundwater professionals to keep abreast of recent developments in remediation technologies.
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