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Strategies for Source Reduction, Plume Stability, and Post-Closure Obligations Under EPA's New Institutional Controls Policy
What: Strategies for Source Reduction, Plume Stability, and Post-Closure Obligations Under EPA's New Institutional Controls Policy
When: Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013 | 2 p.m. - 6 p.m. | Register Now!
Where: Barnes & Thornburg LLP - Grand Rapids | 171 Monroe Ave. N.W., Suite 100 | Grand Rapids, MI
Join speakers from Regenesis and Barnes & Thornburg LLP on Thurs., Feb. 21 in Grand Rapids for a seminar on source reduction, plume stability and post-closure obligations under the EPA's new institutional controls policy.
Topic 1: Benefits of Aggressive Source Reduction - Legal & Practical Implications to Site Closure
Speakers: David R. Gillay and Tammy L. Helminski, Barnes & Thornburg LLP
- Overview of Key Statutory Amendments
- Alternative Closure Options for State Remediation Programs
- Reasons to Consider Aggressive Source Reduction
- Long-Term Stewardship Obligations - Balancing Source Reduction with Risk Management
- Creating an Institutional Control Implementation & Assurance Plan (ICIAP) under EPA's new Institutional Controls Guidance
Topic 2: Advanced Remedial Approaches for Source Area and Plume Treatment
Speaker: Barry Poling, REGENESIS
- Source Area Treatment Methods
- Advanced remedial methods to improve free product recovery
- Integrated treatment strategies to reduce mass flux
- Innovative source area excavation to enchance plume stability
- Enhanced Groundwater Plume Stability Strategies
- Chemical oxidation to bioremediation approaches - "lessons learned"
- Remediation Design and Application Services
- Keys to a successful in-situ injection program
Registration: You can register for this seminar online by visiting the following location: http://www.regenesis.com/regenesis-resource-center/seminars/default.aspx