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ETC: Introduction to Environmental Regulations

August 25 @ 7:30 am - 4:30 pm EDT

Free

This one-day course is aimed at new environmental managers and plant or operations managers, with an emphasis on compliance with permits and air, water, and waste regulations. etcAbout CEC’s Environmental Training Courses (CEC/ETC): CEC/ETC was created to educate and keep our clients and others in the industrial/commercial community up-to-date on regulatory programs that affect them. The program is structured around a group of core environmental regulatory topics that cover the basic needs of attendees in the regulatory areas of air, water, and waste management compliance.

0.8 CEUs available upon completion of this course.

About CEC’s Environmental Training Courses (CEC/ETC): CEC/ETC was created to educate and keep our clients and others in the industrial/commercial community up-to-date on regulatory programs that affect them. The program is structured around a group of core environmental regulatory topics that cover the basic needs of attendees in the regulatory areas of air, water, and waste management compliance.

Featured Speakers

Rob Dlugos, P.G.

Principal
rdlugos@cecinc.com

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Mr. Dlugos, a Project Manager with CEC, has over 18 years of experience in the environmental industry. He has managed a diverse range of projects including site investigation/remediation, solid waste landfill characterization/permitting, Phase I and II environmental site assessments, and environmental compliance reviews. Mr. Dlugos has provided comprehensive environmental services to the waste industry including permitting, environmental compliance, alternative contaminant source demonstrations, and special waste handling plans. He has also managed numerous Phase I/II environmental assessments at a variety of commercial and industrial sites, including mining, steel making/recycling, automobile shredding and recycling, commercial shopping centers, and dry cleaners. He has completed projects under a variety of state and federal regulatory programs, including RCRA, CERCLA, UST, NPDES, and US EPA Brownfields.
Bruce Dumdei, Ph.D.

Vice President
bdumdei@cecinc.com

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Vice President Bruce Dumdei, Ph.D., serves as the head of CEC’s Environmental Training Courses (ETC) program and the corporate leader of CEC’s Air Quality practice. He has more than 30 years of experience specializing in air permitting (state, NSR/Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD), and Title V), compliance assistance, strategy development, regulatory negotiations, enforcement support, and professional training for industrial facilities. Dr. Dumdei provides expertise in the areas of major and minor permitting programs and hazardous air pollutant (HAP) regulations, including emission reporting and control methods. He is a national expert for the federal New Source Review (NSR) and National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) regulations. He also has expertise in the development of emissions inventories, including emissions calculation method development for criteria pollutants, air toxics, and greenhouse gas (GHG) pollutants, as well as the development of GHG compliance programs, and source and ambient air measurement programs.
Natalie Struble, P.E.

Project Manager I
nstruble@cecinc.com

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Ms. Struble is a Professional Engineer with seven years of experience in environmental consulting. Ms. Struble manages and executes projects associated with remedial actions, Phase I and Phase II Environmental Site Assessments (ESAs), permitting, voluntary cleanups, and other environmental/engineering scopes of work. Ms. Struble has performed projects at an active steel mill, active gas stations, residential housing complexes, plating facilities, dry cleaning facilities, restaurants, affordable housing complexes, luxury townhomes, freight terminals, a development of single family homes, automobile repair facilities, and other various industrial and commercial facilities. Ms. Struble has extensive field experience and oversees the execution of field work performed by others. Some of Ms. Struble's field experience includes oversight of underground storage tank removals, engineered barrier installation, soil boring and monitoring well installation, and soil gas sampling; and performance of groundwater sampling and surface and subsurface soil sampling. Ms. Struble's responsibilities include client correspondence, correspondence with regulators and governing agencies, budget management, management of field activities, data evaluation, report preparation, conducting environmental risk assessments pursuant to state regulations, securing client reimbursement from state funds, and designing, planning and implementing various remediation strategies (e.g., excavation and disposal of both hazardous waste and non-hazardous/special waste soil, in-situ hazardous metal treatment, and engineered barrier installations). Ms. Struble has personally managed over 100 Phase II ESAs, 12 Leaking Underground Storage Tank closure projects, and 23 voluntary Site Remediation Program closure projects. She has obtained 28 No Further Remediation (NFR) letters from the Illinois EPA.

Details

Date:
August 25
Time:
7:30 am - 4:30 pm EDT
Cost:
Free
Event Category:

Venue

Online Webinar
United States

Organizer

Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc.
Phone:
4124292324
Website:
www.cecinc.com