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EBC Update on U.S. EPA and Connecticut Environmental & Energy Programs

April 15, 2016 @ 8:00 am – 10:45 am
Eversource Energy
107 Selden Street
Berlin CT 06037

This program is sponsored by:

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Weston & Sampson Engineers, Inc.
Tighe & Bond, Inc.

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This EBC Connecticut Chapter morning program will feature the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) Commissioner Rob Klee and the U.S. EPA Deputy Regional Administrator Deb Szaro. Plan to attend this program and gain insight into Connecticut’s energy and environmental program developments, budgets and priorities for 2016 and learn how your business might be impacted.

Issues to be discussed include:

  • Climate Change Preparedness and Resiliency
  • Stormwater Management
  • Enforcement
  • Natural Gas Pipeline Expansions
  • Coastal Erosion
  • Solid Waste Management
  • Urban Soils
  • Organics Management
  • PCB Contaminated Materials
  • Dredging and Ports & Harbors
  • Renewable Energy
  • Site Remediation and Brownfields

EPOCThank you to our collaborating organizations for their support:
Environmental Professionals’ Organization of Connecticut – www.epoc.org

American Council of Engineering Companies of Connecticut  – www.ctengineers.org

Klee Rob


Keynote Speakers

Rob Klee, Commissioner
Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection

Szaro Deb

Deb Szaro, Deputy Regional Administrator
U.S. EPA – Region 1

Following the presentation, Curt Thalken, Senior Vice President/COO of Normandeau Associates, Inc., will moderate a panel discussion focusing on issues of concern to the EBC membership. Panelists include Dana C. Huff, P.E., Vice President with Tighe & Bond, Michael J. Scipione, Chair of the EBC Board of Directors and President of Weston & Sampson, Sarah Trombetta, Senior Principal with TRC, and Catherine Finneran, Director of Environmental Affairs with Eversource Energy.

Visit the Presentations section of the EBC website to view the available presentations.

Final Agenda – Update on U.S. EPA and Connecticut Environmental and Energy Programs