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Technical & Regulatory Aspects of Remediating Environmentally Sensitive Areas
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Technical & Regulatory Aspects of Remediating Environmentally Sensitive Areas

This program will show you how to clean up an environmentally sensitive area in a cost-effective and efficient manner.

12/7/2018
When: Monday, December 7, 2018
Where: Montclair State University
United States
Contact: Julianne Mosolgo

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Given a range in environmental settings (from ditches to urbanized estuaries), students will be taught how to select the proper remedial method (e.g., capping, dredging, bank stabilization) based on the source of the contaminant, practicability, cost, intrusiveness, and long-term effectiveness. Technical aspects will include remedial design, specification of materials and equipment, and coordinating with contractors. Case studies will be used to illustrate how the responsible party selected the appropriate remedy, coordinated with regulatory agencies (e.g., NJDEP, USEPA, USFWS), and monitored long-term effectiveness 

Faculty:
Ed Blanar, Enviroscapes
William S. Cordasco, Senior Scientist, TRC Environmental Corporation
Dr. Robert Lippencott, Technical Director, TRC Environmental Corporation
Robert Piel, Project Manager, Amy S, Greene Environmental Consultants, Inc.
Brian Yates, Environmental Scientist, Amy S. Greene Environmental Consultants, Inc.

http://cpesmontclair.com/

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