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Please join us on Wednesday, November 19 for an exclusive session with Dr. Henry Schuver and Bruce Oertel focused on one of the hot topics in the environmental arena. In 2014, U.S. EPA and IDEM clarified and refined guidance that significantly affects how contaminated sites are investigated, remediated, and closed. Dr. Henry Schuver with U.S. EPA has lectured from San Diego to Philadelphia on the potential long term stewardship obligations flowing from residual contamination. Mr. Bruce Oertel is helping IDEM shape and integrate long term stewardship into its existing closure guidance. As many of you know, in February IDEM released a draft non-rule policy covering potential long term monitoring obligations for VI mitigation systems. This final session for the 2014 VI playbook series provides an opportunity to hear from key federal and state regulators their perspectives on long term stewardship obligations coupled with a forecast for additional developments in 2015.

This session features two key stakeholders responsible for shaping federal and state policies on long term stewardship obligations - Dr. Henry Schuver with US EPA and Bruce Oertel with IDEM. Dr. Schuver and Mr. Oertel will be the sole presenters and will provide exclusive insights into IDEM’s and EPA’s perspectives on long term stewardship obligations.

Hosted and sponsored by

  • David Gillay, Partner and Chair of Brownfields & Environmental Transactional Diligence Practice Areas, Barnes & Thornburg LLP
  • Megan Hamilton, Risk Assessor and Vapor Intrusion Specialist, EnviroForensics

When: Wednesday, Nov. 19

Time: 1:30-2 p.m. ET Registration | 2-3:30 p.m. Program

Where: Barnes & Thornburg Offices - Atlanta, Chicago, Columbus, Grand Rapids, Indianapolis, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Washington, D.C. OR via Webinar

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