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Remedy Selection: Planning for Success & Lessons Learned

Tuesday, May 7, 2019
Quinebaug Valley Community College
742 Upper Maple Street
Danielson, CT
Wednesday, May 8, 2019
UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center
50 Warren Street
Lowell, MA
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Fireside Inn and Suites
25 Airport Road
Lebanon, NH



Travel Informationwww.newmoa.org/events/travel.cfm?m=356 

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This workshop will update practitioners on the latest technologies and remediation strategies, as well as include lessons learned from implementation experience. Presenters will focus on choosing the remediation strategy at a site once a credible conceptual site model (CSM) is established and the remedial action objectives are determined. Topics covered include:

  • Setting the remedial action objectives
  • Benefits & challenges of technologies
  • Feasibility studies
  • RCRA requirements at remediation sites
  • Moving from remedy selection to implementation
  • Case study & lessons learned focus

Presenters Include

  • Ross Bunnell, CT DEEP
  • Mark Dennen, RI DEM
  • Richard Desrosiers, GZA
  • Paul Dombrowski, ISOTEC
  • Maureen Dooley, Regenisis
  • Nick Hastings, Woodard & Curran
  • Karen Kinsella, GZA
  • Michael Marley, XDD
  • Maryann Sapanara, GZA
  • David Shea, Sanborn Head

Continuing Education Credits: The workshop is approved for 6.0 CECs for CT LEPs (course number: CTLEP-486) and 6.5 CECs for NJ LSPRs (course number: 2019-018). NEWMOA has applied for at least 5.5 CECs for MA LSPs. Check back for updates. There is a $50 fee to obtain CT LEP, Mass LSP, and/or NJ LSRP CECs - make sure to choose "Private Sector (with CEC)" as your participant type when registering so this fee is included in a single registration payment. Please let us know which type of credits you need when registering. If you want only a general attendance certificate, you do not need to pay the extra fee. Review NEWMOA's Continuing Education Attendance Procedures prior to the workshop.

The registration fee is $200 (or $250 if CT, MA, and/or NJ CECs are needed) with a reduced rate of $50 for government officials, non-profit staff, and academic researchers. Continental breakfast and lunch are provided.

Sponsorship Opportunities Available - Click Here to Learn More!

NEWMOA is committed to serving all people - when registering to attend, please note any special needs in the "Requests" text box.

For more information, contact Jennifer Griffith at .



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