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Redevelopment of Contaminated Properties & Resolving Conflicts with Stormwater Requirements: What You Need to Know

Wednesday, September 25, 2019
UMass Lowell Inn and Conference Center
50 Warren Street
Lowell, MA
Thursday, September 26, 2019
Fireside Inn and Suites
25 Airport Road
Lebanon, NH
Wednesday, November 6, 2019
Quinebaug Valley Community College
742 Upper Maple Street
Danielson, CT

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To avoid problems and successfully remediate and redevelop a contaminated property, waste site cleanup professionals need to know about stormwater program requirements and stormwater management professionals need to know about contaminated properties and cleanup requirements. Stormwater management is also key to the climate resiliency planning that state and federal government agencies are emphasizing at cleanup sites.

To mitigate contamination to waterways, stormwater programs promote the use of onsite infiltration. However, at many contaminated properties, the remediation plan allows contamination to remain onsite if it is isolated from direct contact and precipitation. The goals of the two programs can, therefore, be at odds, and the redevelopment plan for a contaminated property can be negatively impacted if the two approaches are not considered early on and reconciled.

This workshop will cover examples and lessons learned from real sites. Topics covered include:

  • Waste site cleanup fundamentals & potential conflicts with stormwater requirements
  • Stormwater fundamentals & potential conflicts with waste site cleanup requirements
  • Strategies & technologies to comply with both sets of requirements
  • Demonstration of a RI DEM project planning tool that others can use
  • Case studies of contaminated property redevelopment projects impacted by stormwater management issues

Presenters Include:

  • Paul Boisvert, Engineering Ventures
  • Kevin Burke, VT DEC
  • Trish Coppolino, VT DEC
  • Suzanne Courtemanche, Tighe & Bond
  • Charlie Farmer, VHB
  • Phil Forzley, Fuss & O'Neill
  • Brian Kortz, Fuss & O'Neill
  • Daniel LaFrance, Fuss & O'Neill
  • Rick Lundborn, Fuss & O'Neill
  • Mike McCluskey, NH DES
  • Kevin McGarry, Fuss & O'Neill
  • Andrew Mills, VHB
  • Kelly Owens, RI DEM
  • Nick Pisani, RI DEM
  • Alisa Richardson, RI DOT
  • Igor Runge, GZA

Continuing Education Credits: The workshop has been approved for 4.5 PDHs for NYS PEs (course number 3159), 5.0 CECs for NJ LSRPs (course number 2019-081), 4.25 CECs for Mass LSPs (course number: 1682), and 3.25 CECs for CT LEPs (course number: CTLEP-496). There is a $50 fee to obtain CT LEP, Mass LSP, NJ LSRP, and/or NYS PE 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 let us know which type of credits you need when registering (for NYS PEs, please write that in the "Requests" text box). If you want only 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, NJ, and/or NY CECs are requested) with a reduced rate of $50 for government officials, non-profit staff, and academic researchers. Continental breakfast and lunch are provided.

Sponsorship Opportunities Available - Click Here to Learn More!

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

 

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