Meet us at the International Symposium & Exhibition on the Redevelopment of Manufactured Gas Plant Sites

MGP 2019 is an on-going educational and networking event that focuses on specific issues related to the remediation and redevelopment of manufactured gas plant sites. It is being held on June 2-4 at the Borgata Hotel Casino in Atlantic City New Jersey. Tripp, Nora and Tony will be in attendance and our booth is #31. We are hosting a pre-conference workshop on Sunday on ASTM’s Guides for Risk Based Corrective Action for Sediments. On Monday, Tripp will moderate a session on NAPL Impacted Sediment Remediation.

BSTI is presenting at the MGP conference for ASTM’s Guides for Risk Based Corrective Action for Sediments Workshop.

“This workshop will examine how a unified approach for addressing contaminated sediment sites can improve consistency in areas such as risk assessment, analytical methods and techniques, corrective action objective development, and monitoring plan development and implementation. A framework consisting of multiple new ASTM Sediment Corrective Action standards have been developed. The information discussed at this workshop will help to enhance the usability of the framework and create consistency with how contaminated sediment sites are managed. The workshop will included technical presentations by analytical chemists, risk assessors, and project managers from some of the most well known contaminated sediment sites.”

Speakers:
Nora Pearse-Nimmerichter, Geologist, BSTI
Mike Firth, Associate, ELM Group Inc.
Kristin Searcy Bell, PhD, Senior Managing Consultant, Ramboll
Jim Occhialini, VP Technical Specialist, Alpha Analytical, Inc.

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