EBC New Hampshire Program: How to Successfully Manage PCBs in Buildings and/or the Environment


Date: June 20, 2018


Phone: (617) 505-1818

Email: [email protected]


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With presentations from industry experts, this EBC New Hampshire Chapter program will focus on PCBs, both in building materials as well as the environment. PCBs are one of only a few contaminants regulated both by the EPA (through TSCA) as well as by individual states (NHDES). As the TSCA regulations are fairly rigid and prescriptive, the investigation and remediation of PCBs can be extremely challenging. Topics to be covered in this EBC program include applicable regulations, definitions of PCB wastes, examples of commonly encountered PCB-containing building materials, common investigation methods, remedial options/strategies, and disposal considerations.

Final Agenda – New Hampshire Program – How to Successfully Manage PCBs in Buildings and / or the Environment

Continuing Education Certificates are awarded by the EBC for this program (2.5) training contact hours). Please select this option during registration if you wish to receive a certificate.



Program Chair:

  • Jason Wilkinson, Senior Manager & Environmental Consultant, Ramboll

Speaker Agenda:

Overview of PCBS in Building Materials & the Environment

  • Eric Wood, PHg, PG, LSP, Principal, Site Solutions Service Line Coordinator, Environment & Health, Ramboll

PCB Remediation Options & Strategies

  • Ross Hartman, Executive Vice President, Strategic Environmental Services

PCB Disposal Considerations

  • Jason Barroso, Industrial Account Manager, Waste Management

Final Agenda – New Hampshire Program – How to Successfully Manage PCBs in Buildings and / or the Environment

Program Details

Registration, Continental Breakfast: 7:30 a.m. – 8:00 a.m.
Program: 8:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Individual Registration

If registration occurs  ——–>,Through June 18,After June 18
EBC Member:,$40,$60

Group Registration
For EBC Members only – register five attendees for the price of four!

Attendee List

Stephen Beek 39 Spruce Street Business Development Manager
Kevin Bemis Eversource Environmental Coordinator
Geoff Brown Common Sense Environmental Senior PM/LSP
Brian Campelia Golder Associates Inc. Project Engineer
Tom Carney Charter Contracting Company, LLC Business Development
David Ciccalone Roux Associates, Inc. Senior Hydrogeologist
Steve Cross Heritage Environmental Services, LLC Strategic Accounts Manager
Hugo DelRosso US Ecology Account Executive
Bryan Dexter NRC Business Development Manager
Andy Fiedler EBI Sr PM
Max Forsythe National Response Corporation (NRC) Business Development Manager
George Franklin Woodard & Curran Technical Manager
Ben Grigas AECOM Section Manager
Patrick Guglielmo AECOM Industrial Hygienist and Environmental Scientist
Brian Klaus Roux Associates Project Geologist
Scott Knightly Envirovantage President
Stephen Knollmeyer Alpha Analytical VP Sales
Russ Lagueux EnSafe Inc Branch Manager
Theodore Lynn Dexsil Corporation Director of Research
Andrew Lynn Dexsil Corporation QC Manager
Robert May Fuss & O’Neill, Inc. Senior Vice President
Michael McCarter TRC Senior Project Manager
John McRobbie AECOM Project Manager
John Noble Ramboll US Corporation Managing Consultant
Gregory Parrish ATC Group Services Project Manager
Richard Plourde Eversource Energy Environmental Coordinator
Matt Preston EnviroVantage Business Development
Harrison Roakes Sanborn Head Project Engineer
Rachel Rosen Burns & McDonnell Department Manager – Environmental Services
Ron St Michel Sanborn Head & Associates Senior Project Manager
Ryan Sullivan Ramboll Consultant
Mark Thompson Waste Management of NH &ME Industrial Account Manager
Nathan White Sumco Eco-Contracting Team Lead

The available presentations from the EBC New Hampshire Program – How to Successfully Manage PCBs in Buildings and the Environment, completed on June 20, 2018, can be viewed below.

Presentations – EBC New Hampshire Program – How to Successfully Manage PCBs in Buildings and the Environment

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