Drilling Methods and Procedures for
This course will assist in identifying factors that influence the appropriate drilling technology for selection by the environmental professional performing various groundwater and/or soil investigations. The course will discuss the various site conditions that are likely to be encountered in the NE region of the United States and the special considerations that must be considered for drilling technology selection. Techniques such as jetting, sonic drilling, dual rotary drilling, cable tool or percussion drilling, down the hole hammer drilling will be discussed in addition to the traditional methods such as direct push, air rotary, mud rotary, and others.
Environmental Statistics for LSRPs
The use of statistical analysis to evaluate environmental data may be necessary to comply with regulations or for application of technical guidance. The use of statistics may also hold the key to unlocking important information that is otherwise hidden in a set of data. However, identifying appropriate statistical tests and knowing how to apply them can be perplexing, and reviewing statistical data analysis completed by others can be just as challenging.
With the expanding regulatory push to decrease stormwater volume and improve stormwater quality, increasing attention is being given to the use of green infrastructure stormwater management techniques. While growing popular, these techniques are often misapplied, improperly designed or inadequately maintained. This new and innovative one-day class will explore those techniques being implemented on an increasingly frequent basis throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. The focus of this program deals with the proper selection, design, implementation and maintenance of green infrastructure techniques commonly used in urban and suburban settings. Multiple site examples will be provided.
With the expanding regulatory push to decrease stormwater volume and improve stormwater quality, increasing attention is being given to the use of green infrastructure stormwater management techniques. While growing popular, these techniques are often misapplied, improperly designed or inadequately maintained. This innovative one-day class will explore those techniques being implemented on an increasingly frequent basis throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. The focus of this program deals with the proper selection, design, implementation and maintenance of green infrastructure techniques commonly used in urban and suburban settings. Multiple site examples will be provided.
ITRC Training: Managing PFAS Contamination at Your Sites
This one-day ITRC Training, Managing PFAS Contamination at Your Sites: Site Characterization, Sampling Fate and Transport, Remedial Alternatives will be hosting by Continuing Professional Education Services (CPES) on the campus of Montclair State University. A full day course instructed by the experts in the national industry addressing the concerns relative to the site characterization, fate and transport and treatment technologies of PFAS. This is a must attend course for all environmental professionals. All registration through ITRC website; click below.
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.
If you are becoming UST certified for the first time or if your certification is in need of renewal, this class is for you! Stay current with New Jersey's UST regulatory requirements and help your company and clients avoid costly penalties and fines.
The course explores how the LSRP’s code of conduct and professional obligations work within the context of the deal and how to work around environmental issues that commonly arise in New Jersey. From engaging the LSRP or the environmental professional to the nuances of the Industrial Site Recovery Act and the Site Remediation Reform Act, this course will help prepare you to identify and address environmental issues that might otherwise delay or kill your deal. You will also learn practice tips for ISRA compliance, performing due diligence, and allocating responsibility for addressing environmental issues.
As required by the NJ Site Remediation Licensing Board and promulgated in their rules (NJAC 7:26I), an LSRP must complete at least 3 Ethics CECs during each 3 year license renewal period. This half-day program is specifically designed to satisfy the requirements of the Board Rules (NJAC 7:26I-4.4b.1) and will educate an LSRP on the differences between ethical and unethical behavior as they apply to obligations within SRRA. The course will be instructed by notable LSRPs and environmental attorneys well versed in the workings and requirements of the Site Remediation Program in NJ.
Remediation Of Emerging Contaminants:
Trends In Science And Regulations
This one-day program, presented in cooperation with the LSRPA, will provide a comprehensive look at the latest developments regarding Emerging Contaminants including their characterization and current developments in remediation. The program will also focus on the latest regulatory developments in New Jersey and U.S. EPA Region 2. Attend this program to keep abreast of the latest developments on this timely topic.
Register for this Course at the "Special Discount" Fee if You are Also Registering for
Ecological Risk Assessment for Site Remediation on 12/6/18.
This program will show you how to clean up an environmentally sensitive area in a cost-effective and efficient manner. 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
The Site Remediation Reform Act law allows for LSRP to issue variances from the Technical Requirements for Site Remediation and also allows the LSRP to employ alternatives to those detailed in Department Technical Guidance. This approach allows greater flexibility in determining how sites are investigated and remediated. However, when utilizing their professional judgment, it is incumbent on the LSRP to explain the validity of using variances or alternatives.