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CEMS Fall Conference - The Future of Environmental Management in Colorado - Challenges, Big Ideas, and Solutions for the 21st Century - October 10

2017 FALL CONFERENCE –

Topic: The Future of Environmental Management in Colorado - Challenges, Big Ideas, and Solutions for the 21st Century

DATE: Tuesday, October 10th   7:30am – 6:00pm       

RESERVATIONS have been extended, since we received seven (7) CLE Credits!

 

LOCATION CHANGE OF VENUE Bud Light Champions Club at Sports Authority Field at Mile High

ENTRY: Gate 7, free parking in lot A/B (see attached map)

 

 

CEMS has RECEIVED SEVEN (7) general CLE credits for this Conference

Schedule:

Registration..……………. 7:30 - 8:05 am
Presentations...…………. 8:05am – 4:55pm
Ballpark Reception……… 4:55 - 6:00pm

REGISTRATION (see PayPal options below):

$95 member
$150 non-member (includes individual annual membership fee)
$35 full time students with ID

Includes continental breakfast, lunch, refreshments, and happy hour reception.

CONFERENCE OVERVIEW: Recent events highlight how the perception, understanding, and response to risk and environmental hazards inevitably evolve over time. This conference seeks to identify the challenges on the horizon, and explore the many ways environmental professionals can use our expertise with current regulations and historical environmental challenges to position Colorado to solve the environmental challenges of tomorrow.

Keynote Speakers:

- Colorado Representative Jeni Arndt, Asst. Majority Caucus Chair, Chair, House Agriculture, Livestock, & Natural Resources Committee

- Colorado Senator Kevin Lundberg, Member, Joint Budget Committee Chairman, Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman, CO Health Exchange Oversight Committee

- Martha Rudolph, CDPHE, Director of Environmental Programs

PRESENTATIONS
- Recognized Environmental Professional (REPs) - A New Partnership by Erik Gessert (Colorado Division of Oil and Public Safety)
- Process and Options for Closure of Low Risk Sites with Ground Water Contamination in Colorado by Scott Clark & Morgan Figuers (Burns, Figa & Will, P.C.)
- Defensible Cost Estimating for Site Decommissioning and Redevelopment by Joseph Esseichick & Suzanne Gabriele (Geosyntec Consultants)
- Perspectives on Emerging Contaminant Risk Management – the PFAS Example and Key Lessons Learned by Avram Frankel (Integral Consulting)
- Environmental Aspects of Commercial Cannabis Production by Conor P. Filter (Colorado Sustainability Consultants)
- Long‐Term Stewardship of Environmentally‐Challenged Properties with Little or No Underlying Value by Paul Newman (Legacy Land Stewardship PBC)
- A Superfund Site with Aging Infrastructure Needs: Globeville Landing Outfall Project by Jenny Luthi (City and County of Denver, Department of Environmental Health)
- Observations from the Bonita Peak Superfund Site: Technical and Legal Issues Associated with Remediation within a Historic Mining District by Paul Nazaryk (Ramboll Environ), Winfield G. Wright (Southwest Hydro‐Logic), & Robert A. Arnott (Strategic Environmental Analysis)
- Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Rule – Promoting Environmental Protection by Focusing Efforts on High Priority Facilities by Ian Paton & Adam Kremers (Wright Water Engineers)
- New Directions for Improvement of Groundwater Quality by Bruce Manchon (Janeil Environmental Solutions) & Bo Bonn (GeoSpec Drilling, LLC)
- A Novel Bioelectrochemical Technology to Enhance Back Diffusion and Rapidly Degrade Chlorinated Contaminants by Dr. Song Jin (Advanced Environmental Technologies, LLC)

Need additional information? Visit www.COEMS.org or contact Steve Brauner at 303‐328‐7982; sbrauner@integral‐corp.com

Sponsorships are sold out.  Thank you to all our sponsors!


Conference Registration Online via PAYPAL

Date: 
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - 07:30
Location: 
Sports Authority Field at Mile High, 1701 Bryant St, Denver, CO 80204

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Denver, CO