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EBC Remediation Program: Managing PCB Impacted Building Materials

Over the past several years, the occurrence of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in building materials has been a growing concern for public and private property owners in New England.  The approaches used for the management of these materials, however, have been inconsistently applied throughout the industry. This EBC program will focus on issues of PCB-impacted building materials, pertinent regulations, types of waste, assessment techniques, risk characterization, remediation/abatement methods, disposal options, and deed restrictions for remaining impacts. The program will feature the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Region I TSCA PCB Coordinator, Kim Tisa, who will provide a review of regulatory developments.  In addition presentations will include public/private property owners and an environmental attorney who will share their experiences. This seminar will also focus on the recent reinterpretation of Bulk Product Waste in the TSCA regulations.
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.
Program Chair
  Frank Ricciardi, P.E., LSP
Vice President, EG&E Program Manager, Weston & Sampson
Keynote Speaker
  Kim Tisa
  TSCA PCB Coordinator, U.S. EPA Region 1

Speakers:

  • John M. O’Donnell, Deputy Director, Massachusetts Division on Capital Asset Management and Maintenance (DCAMM)
  • Jim Occhialini, Vice President, Alpha Analytical Laboratory
  • Robert Atwood, President, Resource Controls, Inc.
  • Richard Ness, AIA, Director of Technical Services, Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development
  • Pete Long, Account Manager, EQ Environmental
  • Ross Hartman

Final Agenda


Registration and Continental Breakfast: 7:30am – 8:00am
Program: 8:00am – 12:00pm



The electricity for this EBC event has been matched with 100% local wind power through New England Wind, a program of Mass Energy Consumers Alliance. You can green your electricity too! Visit www.massenergy.org.