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EBC Connecticut Chapter Seminar: Contaminated Soils Management During Urban Site Redevelopment

September 7, 2012 @ 7:30 am – 12:00 pm

Over the past several years management of contaminated soil, sediment and aggregate has become an increasing issue due to urban site redevelopment construction projects for municipal, utility, commercial, and industrial projects.  Management of these materials drives up the cost of construction and impacts project schedules because of the additional handling, on-site reuse, and logistics of off-site disposal of material in landfills or recycling into construction materials.  This EBC Connecticut Chapter program will focus on issues of preconstruction assessment, soil management, pertinent regulations, types of waste materials, on-site reuse and deed restrictions, and off-site disposal and recycling of materials.  This program will feature the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, including the Waste Engineering and Enforcement Division and the Bureau of Materials Management and Compliance Assurance.

Program Chairs:

  • John A. Figurelli, Team Leader, Weston & Sampson
  • Bob Deptula, Senior Environmental Specialist, Northeast Utilities

Speakers include:

  • Maurice Hamel, Environmental Analyst, Bureau of Water Protection and Land Reuse – Remediation Division, CTDEEP
  • Jeffery Duigou, LEP, Senior Project Manager, Weston & Sampson
  • Diane Duva, Assistant Director, Bureau of Materials Management and Compliance Assurance, CTDEEP
  • Donald Gonyea, Environmental Analyst, Bureau of Materials Management and Compliance Assurance, CTDEEP
  • Jeff James, President, True Blue Environmental Services
  • Andrew Lord, Partner, Murtha Cullina, LLP
  • Mark A. Smith, Transmission Lead Project Manager, Northeast Utilities
  • David Green, President, Phoenix Soils, LLC
  • Rachel Rosen, LEP, Burns & McDonnell

Final Agenda