The Young Environmental Professionals (YEP) is excited to announce our next technical education event:
The Connecticut Property Transfer Act - Overview and Recent Changes
Wed, November 6, 2019, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM
GEI Consultants, Inc., 455 Winding Brook Drive, Suite 201, Glastonbury, CT - Google Map: https://goo.gl/maps/8yqw4t8eA7E2
Instructor: Mr. Robert J. Carr, LEP, P.E. (see bio below)
NOTE: This course does not provide any continuing education credits (CECs) for LEPs.
YEP Members: $10, dinner included.
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This presentation will cover the Connecticut Property Transfer Act including Establishment determination, key definitions, and recent changes. The presentation will also cover how environmental professionals can help guide clients through the environmental assessment process and Transfer Act Form filings. Two case studies will be discussed to illustrate the real-world effects of the Transfer Act.
- 5:30-5:45: Introduction
- 5:45-6:30: Transfer Act Overview and Discussion of Recent Changes
- 6:30-7:00: Case Studies and Questions
Robert J. Carr, LEP, P.E.
Mr. Carr is a licensed environmental engineer and CT licensed environmental professional with over 30 years of experience in conducting environmental investigations and site remediation in the States of Connecticut, New York and Rhode Island. Over his career, he has been involved in the investigation and cleanup of hundreds of sites throughout southern New England and New York for private and public sector clients. His regulatory experience includes CT Transfer Law, underground storage tank management regulations, Brownfields regulations, Toxic Substances Control Act, and the CT Voluntary Cleanup Programs. Mr. Carr has participated in CT DEEP workshops and focus groups to improve the State’s environmental regulations and has written articles and conducted presentations on Connecticut’s environmental regulations to corporate and community-based organizations. Mr. Carr also most recently served on the CAR-CERC led committee to propose the latest changes to CT’s Transfer Law that were effective October 1, 2019.
Mr. Carr is Chief Operating Officer at Zuvic, Carr and Associates, Inc., a multi-disciplinary consulting engineering firm located in Rocky Hill, CT.For any questions about this event, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.