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DOD:Emerging Contaminant Programs: Prioritization, Investigation and Remediation (Course)

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Originally Presented: November 19, 2014

Course Length: 2 Hours

Course Credit Hours: 2 PDH

Moderator:
Nelline Kowbel, SAME Environmental Committee, Deputy Chair

Speakers:

  • Dr. Andrea Leeson/ SERDP-ESTCP
  • Dr. Janet Anderson/ AFCEC
  • Dr. Jim Jacobus/ Minnesota Department of Health
  • Dr. Jennifer Field/ Oregon State University
  • Bill DiGuiseppi/CH2M HILL

Course Overview:
Join the SAME Environmental Committee as it explores the DOD Emerging Contaminants (EC) program including programmatic approaches, regulatory priorities, technical challenges and recent advancements. This webinar will present the latest findings from recent site assessments addressing perfluorinated chemicals and 1,4-dioxane, describe a decision-making process for assessing when sampling is required, and update the technical approaches to investigate and remediate impacted sites. Speakers represent viewpoints from DOD, Air Force, Minnesota Department of Health, Oregon State University and environmental consulting firms.

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DOD:Emerging Contaminant Programs: Prioritization, Investigation and Remediation

Originally Presented: November 19, 2014

Course Length: 2 Hours

Course Credit Hours: 2 PDH

Moderator:
Nelline Kowbel, SAME Environmental Committee, Deputy Chair

Speakers:
• Dr. Andrea Leeson/ SERDP-ESTCP
•Dr. Janet Anderson/ AFCEC
• Dr. Jim Jacobus/ Minnesota Department of Health
• Dr. Jennifer Field/ Oregon State University
• Bill DiGuiseppi/CH2M HILL

Course Overview:
Join the SAME Environmental Committee as it explores the DOD Emerging Contaminants (EC) program including programmatic approaches, regulatory priorities, technical challenges and recent advancements. This webinar will present the latest findings from recent site assessments addressing perfluorinated chemicals and 1,4-dioxane, describe a decision-making process for assessing when sampling is required, and update the technical approaches to investigate and remediate impacted sites. Speakers represent viewpoints from DOD, Air Force, Minnesota Department of Health, Oregon State University and environmental consulting firms.



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