2021 NSSGA AGG1 Aggregates Academy & Exchange
February 22, 2021 @ 8:00 am - February 24, 2021 @ 5:00 pm EST
CEC’s Ed Murphy and Sandra Cupp will be presenting throughout the conference.
Ed Murphy, P.E.
Mr. Murphy has over 20 years of broad based environmental consulting experience, with a focus on industry and mining/construction materials clientele. His current focus is on client relationship development and management. Mr. Murphy is highly experienced in managing and completing national and international complex due diligence portfolios, encompassing both traditional Phase I/Phase II ESAs, as well as EH&S compliance audits and reviews, as well as permit gap analyses and managing reserve reviews for mining clients. He has managed complex interdisciplinary environmental impact and permitting projects for mining and industry. He has completed numerous environmental permitting projects (air, wastewater, stormwater, hazardous waste/RCRA) for industrial clientele. He also has prepared associated compliance plans (SPCC, SPR, ICP, SWPPPs, and related plans) across numerous industries. He also has completed storm water and wastewater treatment and compliance projects of varying complexity for industry and mining. Mr. Murphy has prepared, reviewed and/or managed over 200 environmental due diligence assessments and compliance audits as site assessor, environmental professional, project manager or senior technical reviewer.
Sandra Cupp, P.E.
Ms. Cupp is a registered professional engineer with more than 20 years of environmental consulting experience. Her air quality expertise extends to regulatory compliance audits, permitting, ambient air monitoring, dispersion modeling and project oversight of source emissions testing. She also assists clients with NPDES permit applications, storm water pollution prevention plan (SWPPP) development, Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) plan certification, and Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) reporting. Ms. Cupp has provided client-focused consulting services for numerous industrial facilities including: steel mills, lime manufacturing, sand and aggregate processing, asphalt plants, concrete plants, electricity generation (coal and biomass-fired boilers, oil and natural gas-fired turbines and RICE units), hot dip galvanizing, glass production, aluminum foundries, charcoal production and briquetting, wood treatment, pet food production, sawmills, and flooring and pallet mills. She has assisted both major and minor air sources to obtain construction and operating permits with favorably negotiated permit conditions. She has provided CALPUFF dispersion modeling in support of PSD permitting in the Midwest. In addition, she has completed air emission inventories, developed compliance recordkeeping procedures, and determined the applicability of proposed, new and existing regulations for clients. She has provided oversight on multiple source testing projects for asphalt dryers, combustion turbines and thermal oxidizers.