CT Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs)
Continuing Education Credits (CECs):
The Connecticut State Board of Examiners of Environmental Professionals has approved this course for 8.0 hours of continuing education credits (CTLEP-368). This seminar was significantly revised in 2014 to reflect changes to the RSRs that were adopted in June 2013. This course can be claimed for LEP Continuing Education credits even if you have taken previous versions of the seminar (course numbers CTLEP-005 and CTLEP-005(rev).), as it was issued a new course number in 2014.
Time and Location:
This seminar will be held on April 13, 2017 and runs from 8 AM - 5 PM at the CTCPA Education Center, 716 Brook Street, Suite 100, Rocky Hill, CT 06067. For google map of location, see: https://goo.gl/maps/FFNLMU2HSpR2.
Please arrive by 7:30 AM for registration. A continental breakfast and lunch will be served.
CT DEEP Staff including Carl Gruszczak, Kevin Neary, Craig Bobrowiecki and Amanda Killeen.
The course will be of significant use to any practitioner who must use the RSR in the course of their professional activities to evaluate the environmental condition of properties throughout Connecticut. It has also been designed for those individuals who are planning to take the upcoming exam for Licensed Environmental Professionals.
This seminar was significantly revised in 2014 to reflect changes to the RSRs that were adopted in June 2013. Significant changes to the RSRs (as adopted in June 2013) include: 1) expanding the definition of inaccessible soil; 2) changes to the requirements for complying with the pollutant mobility criteria; 3) eliminating some restrictions on the use of statistical averaging to demonstrate compliance with the direct exposure, pollutant mobility, and surface water protection criteria; 4) allowing expanded use of engineered controls; 5) significant changes to groundwater monitoring including eliminating the need for post remediation groundwater monitoring; 6) exemptions from the regulations for incidental sources of polluted soil or groundwater resulting from normal use of motor vehicles, use of asphalt paving, and leaking water supply distribution systems; 7) corrections to risk-based formulas for calculating some criteria; and 8) requests for variances and approvals must be submitted on a from prescribed by the Commissioner. Approximately 25% of the course material has been revised (from offerings before 2014) to reflect these changes to the RSRs.
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