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Data Collection & Interpretation: State of Practice & Lessons Learned

Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Fireside Inn and Suites
25 Airport Road
Lebanon, NH
Thursday, September 27, 2018
Westford Regency Inn and Conference Center
219 Littleton Road
Westford, MA
Friday, September 28, 2018
Quinebaug Valley Community College
742 Upper Maple Street
Danielson, CT

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Silver Sponsors:                           

This workshop is targeted to site managers and their staff to help ensure that data collection best practices for soil, groundwater, and vapor intrusion are used, and that laboratory data is understood. Experienced practitioners will benefit from a refresher on fundamentals, information on new technologies, and lessons learned. For newer junior staff, the workshop provides a great opportunity to learn from experts about:

  • Accessing the subsurface
  • Collection methods & techniques for:
    • Soil sampling
    • Groundwater sampling
    • Vapor intrusion
  • Understanding & using laboratory data
  • Evaluating & refining the Conceptual Site Model (CSM)

Presenters include:

  • Jean Firth, Wood
  • James Occhialini, Alpha Analytical
  • Seth Pitkin, TetraTech
  • David Shea, Sanborn Head
  • Daniel Voisin, Stone Environmental
  • Ryan Wymore, CDM Smith

Continuing Education Credits: The workshop is approved for 6.0 CECs for CT LEPs (course number: CTLEP-470) & MA LSPs (course number: 1641) & 5.5 CECs for NJ LSRPs (course number: 2019:053). 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 indicate which type of credits you need when registering. If you want 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.

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

Sponsorship Opportunities Available - Click Here to Learn More
Thank You to Our Silver Sponsors:            

  

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