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  • GIS Data Submittal Requirements & Application of NJ-Geoweb for the LSRP: A Hands-On Computer Workshop

    GIS Data Submittal Requirements & Application of NJ-Geoweb for the LSRP: A Hands-On Computer Workshop

    8:00 am-12:00 pm
    2018.11.08

    30 Normal Avenue, Montclair, NJ 07043

    30 Normal Avenue, Montclair, NJ 07043

    This half-day interactive computer workshop is team taught by NJDEP’s Site Remediation Waste Management Program (SRWMP) GIS staff and includes a lecture portion that will address SRWMP GIS data submittal requirements, common problems encountered with these submittals and the various GIS layers created and maintained by SRWMP.  Information and hands-on learning will enable licensed site remediation professionals (LSRPs) and other environmental professionals to provide required submissions to the department consistent with NJDEP’s rules and guidance. The interactive portion explores the popular NJ-GeoWeb mapping application as it relates to site remediation activities.  Learn how to locate areas of interest, view and interact with NJDEP’s GIS data, and query related environmental information.  In addition, attendees will work with ArcExplorer, a free GIS mapping software from ESRI to demonstrate how to create basic GIS data deliverables for submittal to SRWMP.

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  • NEW!! Environmental Forensics: “What is it? Where did it come from? Is it mine?”

    NEW!! Environmental Forensics: “What is it? Where did it come from? Is it mine?”

    8:00 am-3:30 pm
    2018.11.29

    30 Normal Avenue, Montclair, NJ 07043

    30 Normal Avenue, Montclair, NJ 07043

    NEW COURSE!!  ENVIRONMENTAL FORENSICS: “WHAT IS IT? WHERE DID IT COME FROM? IS IT MINE?”

    This new course was designed for LSRPs and other environmental professionals who are seeking an introduction to environmental forensics methods with an emphasis on real world applications. The course is structured around environmental media, including groundwater, storm water, sediment, and soil. Course instructors will provide an overview of both introductory methods and options for more complex statistical analyses. Case studies will illustrate best practices for exploring data and developing lines of evidence that support arguments for source apportionment, cost allocation, and site-specific background screening levels in both regulatory and litigation contexts.

    Attendees will learn how to tailor sampling designs to provide information that is amenable to environmental forensics, and will develop a greater understanding of the types of data evaluation methods that are commonly used, along with their strengths and limitations. Working knowledge of environmental chemistry and introductory statistics is desirable but not a pre-requisite.


    Featured Topics

    • Source profiling of metals and petroleum hydrocarbons in groundwater
    • Chlorinated/brominated/fluorinated compounds and isotopes
    • Accounting for temporal variation
    • Mixing and unmixing analysis and tools
    • Chemical fingerprinting PAHs in sediment
    • Redox state and bacterial activity
    • Multicriteria decision analysis
    • Dioxin congeners in soil
    • Bivariate plots, probability plots, principal components analysis
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IN-HOUSE OSHA TRAINING

In-house training is a cost-effective choice if you have a large number of employees to train. CPES offers OSHA HAZWOPER in-house training right at your facility. You choose when and where your training will take place.



BENEFITS
  • Customized Training Curriculum
  • Industry Leading Instructor
  • Affordable Training Cost Per Attendee
  • Custom Scheduling to Meet Your Needs
  • Dedicated Training Coordination Team

For more information, contact Julianne Mosolgo at mosolgo@cpesmontclair.com.