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GREEN SHEET
Environmental/Climate/Energy/Sustainment
Conferences, Newsletters, Reports, Training,
Contracts, & Georgia Chapters
March-April, 2015
Some Highlights
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Conference: Apr 13-14, 2105, ADEM, Alabama Department of Environmental Management, UST Assessment & Remediation
Conference, Montgomery, AL. http://adem.alabama.gov/misc/2015ustconference.cnt
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Conference: May 5-6, 2015, TCEQ, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Environmental Trade Fair & Conference, Austin, TX,
“considered by many to be one of the best in the country,” http://www.tceqevents.com/TradeFair/
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Training: ITRC, International Technology Regulatory Council, Apr 7-8, 2015, Denver CO; Sep 15-16, 2015, Seattle, WA; Nov 18-19, 2015,
Austin, TX. Light Nonaqueous-Phase Liquids: Science, Management, and Technology http://www.itrcweb.org/Training
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Contract Source: DOD & Federal Agency Program Briefings, Mar 10-11, 2015Alexandria, VA,
https://s3.goeshow.com/same/dod/2015/dod.cfm
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Report: EPA Office of Super Fund Remediation & Technology Innovation, Reference Guide to Treatment Technologies for MiningInfluenced Water, Mar 2014. http://www.clu-in.org/download/issues/mining/Reference_Guide_to_Treatment_Technologies_for_MIW.pdf
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Newsletter: NRDC, Natural Resources Defense Council, This Week,
http://www.nrdconline.org/site/MessageViewer?pw_id=4321&dlv_id=59761&em_id=64741.0
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Chapter: ASCE- EWRG, Environmental & Water Resources Group of ASCE. Contact Rasheed Ahmad, [email protected], 404-5463313. http://www.ascega.org/environmental-water-resources/
March-April, 2015
The Green Sheet
Environmental/Climate/Energy/Sustainment
Conferences, Newsletters, Reports, Training, Contracts, & Georgia Chapters
Updates Highlighted in Yellow
Environmental/Climate/Energy Conferences
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Mar 2-4, 2015, REMTEC, Remediation Technology Summit, Focusing on latest , cutting-edge developments within the environmental
science and remediation field, Westminster, CO, http://www.remtecsummit.com/
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Mar 10-12, 2015, South Dakota 27th Annual Environmental & Ground Water Quality Conference. Pierre, SD.
http://denr.sd.gov/des/gw/GWQConference/2015/GWQ_Conference_2015.aspx
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Mar 16-18, 2015, Tennessee Environmental Conference, Kingsport, TN.
http://tnenvironment.com/Programs/TNEC2014_Program_03142014.pdf
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Mar 16-18, 2015, NGWA, National Ground Water Association, 2015 Groundwater Summit, focusing on Pillars of Groundwater Innovation,
San Antonio, TX. http://www.groundwatersummit.org/
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Mar 17-18, 2015, AEE, Association of Energy Engineers, GlobalCon, Conference & Expo, focusing latest developments and technology in
the energy field. Philadelphia, PA. http://www.globalconevent.com/
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Mar 17-18, 2015, GAWP, Georgia Association of Water Professionals, Georgia Industrial Conference & Expo, Athens, GA,
http://www.gawp.org/events/event_details.asp?id=470430&group=
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Mar 22-25, 2015, EIA, Environmental Information Association, 32nd EIA 2015 National Conference & Exhibition, focusing on Asbestos,
Lead and Mold. Atlanta , GA. http://eia-usa.org/meetinginfo.php?id=9&ts=1397483025
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Mar 23-24, 2015, American Energy Summit, focused on renewable energy, energy efficiency, critical energy infrastructure protection,
Arlington, VA. http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ea52w4hmd4091df7&llr=ioq5luqab
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Mar 23-25, 2015, California AEP, Association of Environmental Professionals, AEP 2015 Conference, Santa Barbara, CA,
http://www.califaep.org/events/2015-conference
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Mar 23-26, 2015, AEHS, Association for Health & Sciences, 25th Annual International Conference on Soil, Water, Energy, and Air, San
Diego, CA, http://www.aehsfoundation.org/west-coast-conference.aspx
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Mar 30-Apr 1, 2015, AWRA, American Water Resource Assoc., 2015 Spring Specialty Conference, Water for Urban Areas: Managing
Risks and Building Resiliency, Los Angeles, CA, http://www.awra.org/meetings/LosAngeles2015/
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Apr 7-8, 2015, Infocast, 5th Defense Renewable Energy Summit, Arlington, VA.
http://www.informationforecastnet.com/email_blasts/Defense-D2-0211-2.html .
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Apr 10-11, 2015, International Conference on Climate Change. Vancouver, Canada. http://10times.com/international-conference-onclimate-change
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Apr 13-14, 2105, ADEM, Alabama Department of Environmental Management, UST Assessment & Remediation Conference,
Montgomery, AL. http://adem.alabama.gov/misc/2015ustconference.cnt
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Apr. 13-17, 2015, NAEP, National Association of Environmental Professionals, Annual Conference, Honolulu, HI. http://www.naep.org/2015conference
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Apr 14-15, 2015, GAWP, Georgia Association of Water Professionals, 2015 Spring Conference & Expo, Macon, GA.
http://www.gawp.org/events/event_details.asp?id=470437&group
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Apr 15-17, 2015, SAME, Society of American Military Engineers, Design and Construction Issues at Hazardous Waste Sites.
Philadelphia, PA, https://www.regonline.com/builder/site/default.aspx?EventID=1609144
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Apr 19-23, 2015, Biodiversity without Boundaries Conference, Travers City, MI.
https://connect.natureserve.org/civicrm/event/info?id=11&reset=1
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Apr 20-24, 2015, AAG, Association of Applied Geochemist, 27th International Applied Geochemistry Symposium, focused on Exploration,
Environmental Technologies, & Sampling, Tucson, AZ. http://www.27iags.com/
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Apr 20-24, 2015, ITRC, Interstate Technology & Regulatory Council, Spring Conference. Innovative environmental technologies that reduce
compliance costs and maximize cleanup efficacy, Pittsburgh, PA. http://www.itrcweb.org/Meetings/Upcoming
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Apr 20-24, 2015, IWA, International Water Association, International Conference on Water Efficiency & Performance Assessment of
Water Services, Cincinnati, OH, USA. http://www.iwaefficient.com/2015/
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Apr 23-24, 2015, ACCO, Association of Climate Change Officers. 4th Annual Defense, National Security & Climate Change
Symposium, Washington, DC. http://www.climatesecurity.us/
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Apr 23-24, 2015, ASTSWMO, Association of State & Territorial Solid Waste Management Officials, Mid-Year Meeting, Communication for
Changing Environments, N. Little Rock. AR. http://www.astswmo.org/Pages/Meetings/Upcoming_Meetings/2015_MYM_Announcement.html
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Apr 28-29, 2015, NEIWPCC, New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission, 26th Annual Nonpoint Source Pollution
Conference, Freeport, Maine. http://neiwpcc.org/npsconference/index.asp
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May 5-6, 2015, TCEQ, Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, Environmental Trade Fair & Conference, Austin, TX, “considered
by many to be one of the best in the country,” http://www.tceqevents.com/TradeFair/
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May 12-14, 2015, GRWA, Georgia Rural Water Association, 36th Annual Spring Conference, Jekyll Island, GA.
http://origin.library.constantcontact.com/download/get/file/1113839607586-32/GRWA+36th+Annual+Spring+Conference++Agenda+&+Lodging.pdf
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May 12-14, 2015, ASAP, American Society of Adaptation Professionals, co-sponsoring climate change National Adaptation Forum, Saint
Louis, MO. http://www.nationaladaptationforum.org/
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May 12-14, 2015, EPRI, Electric Power Research Institute, Environmental Vision-An International Electricity Sector Conference,
focused on critical environmental and sustainability challenges, Crystal City, VA. http://www.awma.org/events-webinars/upcomingevents/environmental-vision/welcome
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May 15-19, 2015, NJWEA, New Jersey Water Environment Association, 100th Annual Conference, Atlantic City, NJ.
http://www.njwea.org/committees/educational/program-committee
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May 17-21, 2015, ASCE-EWRI, American Society of Civil Engineers-Environmental & Water Resources Institute, World Environmental &
Water Resources Congress, Austin, TX, http://www.ewricongress.org/
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May 18–21, 2015, Battelle 3rd International Symposium on Bioremediation and Sustainable Environmental Technologies ,
Miami, FL. http://battelle.org/media/conferences/biosymp
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May 19-22, 2015, SAME Joint Engineer Training Conference (JETC), focusing on energy trends, Houston, TX.
http://www.same.org/index.php/events/calendar-of-events/2015-events/728-2015-jetc
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Jun 8-10, 2015, AWWA, American Water Works Assoc,. Annual Conference & Exposition, Uniting The World Of Water, Anaheim, CA,
http://www.awwa.org/conferences-education/conferences/annual-conference.aspx
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June 9, 2015, ADEM, Alabama Department of Environmental Management, 15 th Annual Groundwater Conference, Montgomery,
AL. Web site tba
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Jun 15-17, 2015, AWRA, American Water Resources Association, Summer Specialty Conference, Climate Change Adaptation, New
Orleans, LA, http://www.awra.org/meetings/NewOrleans2015/
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Jun 18-21, 2015, ACEC, American Council of Engineering Companies, 2015 Georgia Engineers Summer Conference, Brasstown
Valley, GA, http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?ca=47b58373-4c6f-4cf9-9c6b-10d8900a74d3&c=dd616f10-d5f9-11e3b7c7-d4ae52843aae&ch=ddbe0e00-d5f9-11e3-b7f0-d4ae52843aae
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Jun 22-25, 2015, A&WMA, Air & Waste Management Association, 108th Annual Conference & Exhibition, Connecting the Dots:
Environmental to Climate, Raleigh, NC. http://ace2015.awma.org/
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Jul 12-15, 2015, GAWP, Georgia Association of Water Professionals, 2015 Annual Conference & Expo, Savannah, GA,
http://www.gawp.org/events/event_details.asp?id=477966&group=
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Aug 11-13, 2105, ASTSWMO, Association of State & Territorial Solid Waste Management Officials, Joint Hazardous Waste and
Materials Management Training Conference, Long Beach, CA. http://www.astswmo.org/
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Aug 26-28, 2015, GEC, Georgia Environmental Conference, 10th Georgia Annual Environmental Conference, Jekyll Island, GA,
http://www.georgiaenet.com/
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Aug 26-28, 2015, SAME, Society of American Military Engineers, SC/SA Joint Engineer Training Symposium (JETS), Nashville, TN.
https://www.regonline.com/builder/site/Default.aspx?EventID=1595136
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Aug 30-Sep2, 2015, AHMP, Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals, 2015 Annual National Conference, Scottsdale, AZ.
https://www.ahmpnet.org/ahmp-2015-national-conference
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Sep 2-4, 2015, Brownfields 2015, 16th National Brownfields Training Conference, Chicago, IL,
http://www.brownfieldsconference.org/en/home
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Sep 9-11, 2015, Georgia Annual Safety, Health, & Environmental Conference, Savannah, GA. http://www.georgiaconference.org/
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Sep 13-17, 2015, Clean Up 2015, International Contaminated Site Remediation Conference. Melbourne, Australia.
http://www.cleanupconference.com/index.html
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Sep 13-16, 2015, 25th National Tanks Conference and Expo. Phoenix, AZ, Focusing on underground tank compliance and remediation.
http://www.neiwpcc.org/tanksconference/
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Sep15-17, 2015, RE3, Remediation, Redevelopment, Results Conference, Philadelphia, PA. http://www.enviroblend.com/RE3/
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Sep 16-18, 2015. A&WMA, Air & Waste Management Association, Southern Section Annual Meeting & Technical Conference, Callaway
Gardens, GA, http://www.awma.org/conferences/conferences-detail-view/a-wma-southern-section-2015-annual-meeting
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Sep 19-22, 2015, AIPG, American Institute of Professional Geologists, National Conference. Anchorage, AK,
http://www.aipg.org/events/futureannualmeetings.html
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Sep 19-26, 2015, AEG, Association of Engineering Geologists, 58th Annual Meeting, Pittsburg, PA http://www.aegweb.org/docs/defaultsource/events/pgh15_flyer.pdf?sfvrsn=2
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Sep 20-23, 2015, SME, Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration, 2nd Environmental Considerations in Energy Production
Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, http://www.aiche.org/sites/default/files/community/199496/aiche-community-siteevent/230361/smeenvconfcfp.pdf
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Sep 26-30, 2015, WEFTEC 2015, 88th Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition & Conference, Chicago Il,
http://10times.com/water-environment-federation
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Sep 28-29, 2015, NGWA, National Ground Water Association, Ground Water Flow in Fractured Rock Conference, Burlington, VT.
http://www.ngwa.org/Events-Education/conferences/Pages/5017sep15.aspx
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Sep 29-30, 2015, AIPG-GA, American Institute of Professional Geologists, Georgia, 6th Conference: Innovative Environmental Assessment
and Remediation Technologies, Kennesaw, GA. Contact Yo Sumartojo at [email protected] Web site TBA.
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Oct 4-6, 2015, FSCM, Founder Societies’ Technologies for Carbon Management, CMTC 2015, 3rd Carbon Management Technology
Conference, focus on technologies for Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage, Houston, TX, http://fscarbonmanagement.org/event/cmtc-2015
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Oct 8-9 2015, Enviro-Net, 21st Annual Florida Remediation Conference, Orlando, FL. Tools, Techniques & Practices for Soil &
Groundwater Cleanup Practioners, http://www.enviro-net.com/
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Oct 19-22, 2015, AEHS, Assn for Environmental Health and Science, 31th Annual International Conference on Soils, Sediments, Water,
and Energy, Amherst, MA, http://www.aehsfoundation.org/east-coast-conference.aspx
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Oct 26-28, 2015, Alabama Environmental Conference, Orange Beach, AL. http://alabamasafestate.ua.edu/environmentalconference/index.php
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Oct 27-28, 2015, RREC, 17th Railroad Environmental Conference, Urbana- Champaign, IL. http://railtec.illinois.edu/RREC/overview.php
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Oct 29-30, 2015: ASTSWMO, Association of State & Territorial Solid Waste Management Officials, Annual Meeting, Bethesda, MD.
http://www.astswmo.org/
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Nov 1-4, 2015, GSA, Geological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Baltimore, MD, http://www.geosociety.org/meetings/2015/
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Nov 8-10, 2015, INSTEP, International Society of Technical Environmental Professionals. 6th International Symposium and Exhibition
on the Redevelopment of Manufactured Gas Plant Sites, Ghent, Belgium, http://www.mgpsymposium.com
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Nov 16-19, 2015, AWRA, American Water Resources Assoc, Annual Conference, Denver, CO, http://www.awra.org/
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Nov 17-18, 2015, GAWP, Georgia Association of Water Professionals, 2015 Fall Conference, Athens, GA.,
http://www.gawp.org/events/event_list.asp
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Nov 17-19, 2015, IPEC, 22 nd International Petroleum Environmental Conference, Denver, CO.
http://ipec.utulsa.edu/Conf2015/Call_for_Papers_FINAL.pdf
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Dec 1-3,2015, DoD, Defense Energy Summit & Innovative Showcase, Austin, TX, http://www.defenseenergy.com/
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Dec 1-3, 2015, CATEE, Clean Air Through Energy Efficiency Conference, Galveston, TX, http://catee.tamu.edu/home
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Dec 8-9, 2015, GAWP, Georgia Association of Water Professionals, North American Water Loss 2015,
http://www.gawp.org/events/event_details.asp?id=598065&group=
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Dec 8-9, 2015, NEBC, Northwest Environmental Business Council, Northwest Environmental Conference & Trade Show, Portland OR.
http://www.nebc.org/EventDetail.aspx?Id=161
2016 Conferences
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May 23-26, 2016, Battelle 10th International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, Monterey, CA.
Web site TBA.
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Sep 9-13, 2016, AIPG, American Institute of Professional Geologists, 2016 National Conference, Santa Fe, NM.
http://www.aipg.org/events/futureannualmeetings.html
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Sep 24-28, 2016, WEFTEC 2016, 89th Water Environmental Federation Technical Exhibition & Conference, New Orleans, LA.
http://www.weftec.org/about_weftec/default.aspx
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Dec 10-15, 2016, Restore America’s Estuaries, 8th National Summit on Coastal & Estuarine Restoration, New Orleans, LA,
https://www.estuaries.org/
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Other scheduled conferences, forums, exhibitions and further details. See https://www.fedcenter.gov/calendar/conferences/
Environmental Training
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ITRC, International Technology Regulatory Council, Apr 7-8, 2015, Denver CO; Sep 15-16, 2015, Seattle, WA; Nov 18-19, 2015, Austin,
TX. Light Nonaqueous-Phase Liquids: Science, Management, and Technology http://www.itrcweb.org/Training
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EPA's Sustainable Materials Management Program (SMM) Web Academy series provides information to materials management
stakeholders through webinars. See http://epa.gov/smm/web-academy/, and http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/education/train.htm
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EPA (Live) Environmental Webcast Events.. CLU-IN Internet seminars. See http://clu-in.org/training/#upcoming
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SERDP and ESTCP webinar series on Environmental Restoration and other webinars see http://www.serdp-estcp.org/Tools-andTraining/Webinar-Series
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USAEC, Defense and Federal Grant Environmental and NEPA Training, http://aec.army.mil/Opportunities/Training.aspx
Environmental Contracts & Grants
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Mar 10-11, 2015, DOD & Federal Agency Program Briefings, Alexandria, VA, https://s3.goeshow.com/same/dod/2015/dod.cfm
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Fed Biz Opps. Environmental Management Support (EMS), CLU-IN Federal Business Opportunities. See http://www.clu-in.org/fedbizopps;
subscribe at http://www.clu-in.org/fedbizopps/
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FedCenter.gov. Provides sources and procedures for a variety of environmental grants.
https://www.fedcenter.gov/opportunities/grants/#cleanup
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ESTCP, Installation Energy Solicitation, Preproposal due April 2, 2015, https://www.serdp-estcp.org/Funding-Opportunities/ESTCPSolicitations/Installation-Energy-Solicitation
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USAF Environmental Cleanup Projects, A new on-line system documents the cleanup status of sites at over 170 active and closed Air Force
installations in the continental United States. It is available to the public at http://afcec.publicadmin-record.us.af.mil.
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SERDP FY 2016 Solicitations for environmental research and development. Proposals due by March 10, 2015. https://www.serdpestcp.org/Funding-Opportunities/SERDP-Solicitations
Environmental Reports/Publications
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EPA ChemView, an updated database developed in 2013 of chemicals regulated under TSCA.
http://www.epa.gov/opptintr/existingchemicals/chemview/index.html
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EPA Office of Super Fund Remediation & Technology Innovation, Reference Guide to Treatment Technologies for Mining-Influenced
Water, Mar 2014. http://www.clu-in.org/download/issues/mining/Reference_Guide_to_Treatment_Technologies_for_MIW.pdf
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NRDC National Research Defense Council, On Earth magazine, http://www.onearth.org/
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ERIS, Environmental Risk Information Services. Provides comprehensive data to assess environmental risk for properties throughout North
America. http://www.eris.ca/
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IPCC, International Panel on Climate Change, Fifth Assessment Report, Climate Change 2014, Approved Summary for Policymakers,
November 1, 2014. (40 pages).. http://www.ipcc.ch/pdf/assessment-report/ar5/syr/SYR_AR5_SPM.pdf
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ITRC, International Technology Regulatory Council, Contaminated Sediments Remediation, Remedy Selection for Contaminated Sediments
(514 pages), http://www.itrcweb.org/contseds_remedy-selection/#Welcome.htm%3FTocPath%3D_____1
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EPA, Climate Change Adaptation Implementation Plans, Oct 30, 2014, (seven office-specific plans and 10 regional plans),
http://epa.gov/climatechange/impacts-adaptation/fed-programs/Final-EPA-Adaptation-plans.html
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EPA FY15 Superfund Implementation Manual, Sep 30, 2014. 13 Chapters.
http://www.epa.gov/superfund/action/process/spim15/pdfs/FY%202015%20SPIM.pdf
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NASA 2014 Warmest Year Report, Jan 16, 2015, http://www.nasa.gov/press/2015/january/nasa-determines-2014-warmest-
year-in modern-record/
Environmental Newsletters
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AEE, Association of Energy Engineers, Energy, Power, Facilities Newsletter and others. Subscribe at
http://www.aeecenter.org/i4a/pages/index.cfm?pageid=3416
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AEG, Association of Environmental and Engineering Geologists, GeoNews Newsletter. Subscribe at http://www.aegcarolinas.org/
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Army Regional Environmental and Energy Office (REEO). Newsletters. Contact Regulatory Affairs Specialist for the ten regional offices to
subscribe at http://www.asaie.army.mil/Public/ESOH/REEO/. For EPA Regions 8, 9 & 10 contact Nancy Reese at
[email protected]
EERE, DOE’s Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy. Newsletter addresses energy, environmental and nuclear challenges
through transformative science and technology solutions. http://apps1.eere.energy.gov/news/enn.cfm
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EPA Technology Innovation News Survey, http://www.clu-in.org/products/tins/
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ETEBA, Energy Technology and Environmental Business Association, Winter 2015 Newsletter https://eteba.org/wpcontent/uploads/2014/08/Winter-2015.pdf
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GLIN, Great Lakes Information Network, Environmental Topics, http://www.great-lakes.net/envt/
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HAZMAT Management, Environmental Solutions, Site Remediation, Clean Tech News, http://www.hazmatmag.com/digital-edition
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NAVFAC, Naval Facility Engineering Command, Mid-Atlantic Regional Environmental Coordination Office (REC) Newsletter.
http://www.navfac.navy.mil/navfac_worldwide/atlantic/fecs/mid-atlantic/about_us/environmental_norfolk/rec.html
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NRDC, Natural Resources Defense Council, This Week,
http://www.nrdconline.org/site/MessageViewer?pw_id=4321&dlv_id=59761&em_id=64741.0
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NRDC, Natural Resources Defense Council, On EARTH magazine. http://www.nrdc.org/newsletter/
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USGS, US Geological Survey, Science for a Changing World, http://www.usgs.gov/newsroom/
Environmental Related Organizations - Metro Atlanta, Georgia Chapters
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AEG, Association of Environmental & Engineering Geologists. Contact Matthew Howe, [email protected], (678) 637-7060,
http://www.aegweb.org/sections-chapters/southeastern .
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AGS, Atlanta Geological Society. Contact Burton Dixon, [email protected], (678) 209-8080, http://www.atlantageologicalsociety.org/
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AHMP, Alliance of Hazardous Materials Professionals. Contact Gerald R. Mueller, [email protected], (770) 421-3436.
http://www.ga-ahmp.org/
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AIChE, American Institute of Chemical Engineers. Contact Krupa Patel, ([email protected]), (404) 786 6117, http://www.atlaiche.org/Menu.html
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AIPG, American Institute of Professional Geologists. Contact Ron Wallace, [email protected], (404) 362-2589,
http://www/aipg.org/sections/GAaipg.htm
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ASCE, American Society of Civil Engineers. Contact Rebecca Shelton, [email protected] (678) 376-7033,
http://www.ascega.org/
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ASCE Georgia Construction Institute. Contact Thomas M. Baglivo, [email protected], (770) 426-7100,
http://www.ascega.org/events/event/asce-construction-institute-georgia-chapter-october-2014-meeting
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ASCE EWRG, Environmental & Water Resources Group of ASCE. Contact Rasheed Ahmad, [email protected], 404-546-3313.
http://www.ascega.org/environmental-water-resources/
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ASCE GEO-INSTITUTE, Geological Institute Section of ASCE. Contact Sarah Fick, [email protected], 423.385.2310,
http://www.ascega.org/georgia-geo-institute-chapter-of-asce/
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ASSE, American Society of Safety Engineers. Contact David Brani, [email protected] , (770) 423-1400, http://georgia.asse.org/
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AWMA, Air & Waste Management Association. Contact Justine Harrison, [email protected], (678) 388-1668,
http://www.gaawma.org/
GAWP, Georgia Association of Water Professionals. Numerous different professional committees. Contact Ashley Simone,
[email protected], (678) 540-7326, http://www.gawp.org/
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GGWA, Georgia Ground Water Association, Contact Greg Cherry, [email protected], (678) 924-6632,
http://www.gawp.org/group/ggwa.
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GSPE, Georgia Society of Professional Engineers. Contact Rob MacPherson, [email protected], (404) 425-7100,
http://www.gspe.org/Default.htm
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SAME, Society of American Military Engineers. Contact Beth Harris, [email protected], (770) 582-2829,
http://sameatlantapost.org
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Field Proven (over 15,000 events, 2300+ sites, 450+ clients)
Effective (recovered over 2 million gallons of fuel & other VOCs)
All NAPLs (DNAPLs like TCE and LNAPLs)
Viscous NAPLs, too (creosote, coal tar)
Rapid Remediation Closure (mos. vs. yrs., 2.5 acre plume in 33 days)
Hydraulic Containment (prevents plume displacement)
Highly competitive ($40/gal contaminant recovery for closure)
Guaranteed Fixed Price Fuel Site Closures (avg $300K for 1/3-acre gas plume)
Performance Based Remediation (PBR)/Pay for performance (PFP)
Innovative (multiple patented technologies)
Remedial Process Optimized (continuously by on-site operator)
Customized Treatment Train & Amendments (in-house treatability lab)
100% Mobile (no fixed installation; $zero O&M)
In-situ, 24-7 (beneath structures too, minimally disruptive)
All Lithologies (clays to fractured bedrock)
Deep (effective to 150 feet below ground surface)
Scalable (remediate unlimited size plumes)
Green Sustainable Remediation (70% less GHG than fixed system)
Nationwide Regulatory Accepted (operated in 41 states since 1995)
Small Business, NAICS Code 592910, Remediation Services
Perfect Safety Record