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3rd Annual 
Environmental Professionals’ Conference

PELHAM CIVIC CENTER
Pelham, Alabama

February 26, 2019

 

BIRMINGHAM ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONALS’ ASSOCIATION

NORTH ALABAMA ENVIRONMENTAL PROFESSIONALS’ ASSOCIATION

Agenda

  • Welcome and Introduction

    John Milledge, PG, Esq (Birmingham)

  • Alabama Department of Environmental Management Regulatory Update

    Doug Carr ADEM Air Division (Montgomery)

    Vernon H.Chip” Crockett, P.E. ADEM Land Division (Montgomery)

    Scott Ramsey ADEM Water Division (Montgomery)

    Phil Davis, Moderator Highland Technical Services (Birmingham)

  • Preventing the Next Flint, Michigan: Reducing the Threat of Lead Contamination in Drinking Water

    Jason A. Heberling, PhD, PG Heberling Environmental Consulting (Birmingham)

  • Update on Perfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS)

    J. Mark Stapleton, PhD, PE, BCEE Bhate Environmental Associates (Huntsville)

  • Break (15 Minutes)

  • Panel Discussion of Ethics Issues Facing Environmental Professionals: Engineers, Geologists, and Lawyers

    Richard E. Davis, Esq, Moderator Starnes Davis Florie (Birmingham)

  • Lunch (on your own)

  • Vapor Encroachment ≠ Vapor Intrusion: Transactional Assessment of the Possible Vapor Intrusion Pathway

    Russell C. Griebel, PG, CPG United Consulting (Birmingham)

  • Simultaneous Use of In Situ Chemical Oxidation (ISCO) and In Situ Solidification/Stabilization (ISS) in Remedial Applications

    Patrick Hicks, PhD PeroxyChem (Raleigh, NC)

  • Panel Discussion: Update on Brownfields and Opportunity Zones

    Thomas G. DeLawrence, Esq Balch & Bingham (Birmingham)

    Alex Flachsbart Opportunity Alabama (Montgomery)

    M. Lee Johnsey, Jr, Esq Balch & Bingham (Birmingham)

    Trey Noland, PG, Moderator

    Founder, Trek EC (Birmingham)

  • Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engine (RICE) MACT Emissions

    Timothy Floyd, PG Poly, Inc. (Tuscaloosa)

  • Break

  • Floodplain and Stormwater Management Tools to Support Hazard Mitigation

    Maggie Weems Wood Environment and Infrastructure Solutions (Birmingham)

  • Modified Active Gas Sampling (MAGS): An Innovative Site Assessment Strategy

    William R.  Burke, PG Geosyntec Consultants (Birmingham)

  • Advances in Micron-Scale Colloidal Reagent Performance and Delivery for In Situ Groundwater Remediation

    Chad Northington, PE Regenesis (Tallahassee, FL)

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT

This course will provide up to 7.0 hours of credit for Professional Engineers, Professional Geologists, and Qualified Credentialed Professionals.  Certificates of Attendance will be available following the program. 

This course or a portion thereof has been approved by the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission of the Alabama State Bar for a maximum of 7.0 hours’ credit.

VENUE

The Pelham Civic Center

 500 Amphitheater Road,

Pelham, AL 35124.

(205) 620 - 6449

2019 Summit Sponsors:

2019 Conference Sponsors:

Geosyntec Consultants

Highland Technical Services

Pace Analytical Services

Republic Services

Samford University Environmental Health, Policy &

Management

United Rentals Fluid Solutions

Geo Lab Drilling

Heritage Environmental Services

Kazmarek Mowrey Cloud Laseter

Parrot Structural Services

PeroxyChem

Poly Inc.

Starnes Davis Florie

Terracon Consultants

United Consulting

Bios and Power Points