PCBs are one of only a few contaminants regulated both by the EPA (through TSCA) as well as by individual states (MassDEP and others). As the TSCA regulations are fairly rigid and prescriptive, the investigation and remediation of PCBs can be extremely challenging. PCB investigation has the potential to affect a wide range of interests, from real estate owners and tenants to lenders, contractors, and insurers.
This EBC New Hampshire Emerging Contaminants program will provide an opportunity to learn more about indoor air sampling methods and associated risk assessment. The performance of encapsulants will also be presented.
General Continuing Education Certificates are awarded by the EBC for this program (3.5 training contact hours). Please select this option during registration if you wish to receive a certificate.
- Elizabeth Denly, Quality Assurance & Chemistry Systems Director, TRC
- Matt Preston, Director of Business Development, EnviroVantage
Toxicology of PCBs
- Karen Vetrano, Ph.D., Manager, Risk Assessment and Toxicology, TRC
Re-occupancy Testing – Regulatory Requirements and Achieving Compliance
- Malcolm Beeler, Team Leader, PCB Technical Lead, Weston & Sampson
A Legal Perspective on PCBs in Building Materials
- Mark Beliveau, Partner, Pierce Atwood, LLP
Following the Speaker Presentations will be a moderated discussion.
David Cote, Comprehensive Environmental Inc., Associate Engineer
Hugo DelRosso, US Ecology, Senior Account Executive
Christian Falco, Nobis Group
Jason Fee, NRC, Project Manager
Nicholas Holtgrefe, Coneco Engineers & Scientists, Project Manager
Pete Long, Heritage Environmental, Strategic Account Manager
Michael McCarter, TRC, Senior Project Manager
Andrea O’Brien, NH Small Business Development Center, Director, Business Sustainability Program & Business Advisor
Christine Owens, ATC, Project Manger
Melissa Parker, NRC, Account Manager
Frank Rodrigues, Tighe & Bond, Senior Compliance Specialist
Mark Thompson, Waste Management of NH &ME, Industrial Account Manager
The available presentations from the EBC New Hampshire Emerging Contaminants Program: Identifying and Addressing Risks from PCBs in Building Materials completed on September 25, 2019, can be viewed below.