Note: This is a NEW course and the first time offered. The CT State Board of Examiners of Environmental Professionals has approved this course for 4.0 hours of continuing education credits (CTLEP-347).
TIME AND LOCATION:
This seminar will be held on April 4, 2013 and runs from 1 PM - 5 PM at the University of Hartford, Gray Conference Center - Wilde Auditorium, 200 Bloomfield Avenue, West Hartford, CT. See links to directions and parking pass above.
Please arrive by 12:30 PM for registration.
Kim Tisa, US EPA Region 1 and Lori Saliby, CT DEEP
Moderator: John Carroll, Fuss & O'Neill, Inc.
EPOC Members: $150, Non-members: $200, Gov't Employee/Student Members: $75
The 4-hour PCBs seminar will be taught jointly by Kim Tisa (US EPA Region 1) and Lori Saliby (CT DEEP). Ms. Tisa will focus on the investigation, cleanup, and disposal requirements for PCBs under the TSCA federal PCB regulations. She will also discuss sampling and analytical methodologies for PCBs. Ms. Saliby will discuss CT's PCB statutes and present the applicability of the Connecticut RSRs to the investigation and remediation of PCBs. She will discuss Engineered Controls (CT v. TSCA) and analytical requirements of CT vs. TSCA (including Subpart Q). Ms. Saliby will also touch on how CT DEEP's proposed transformation may impact PCB investigations and remediation.
The last part of the seminar will include a case study. The case study will showcase PCB investigation and remedial strategies for cleanups regulated by both EPA and DEEP.
received her BA and MS in Chemistry from Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA and her MBA from Anna Maria College in Paxton, MA. Ms. Tisa was the Laboratory Director for an environmental/consulting company, and has been the Regional PCB Coordinator for the US Environmental Protection Agency (Region 1) since 1993. Ms. Tisa has given presentations on the federal PCB regulations for a number of professional organizations, both locally and nationally.
holds undergraduate degrees in both Chemistry and Biology and MS in Environmental Science. She has been with the CT DEEP for 24 years in the PCB Program. Currently she is the supervisor of the Storage Tank & PCB Enforcement Unit at DEEP. Prior to coming to DEEP, Ms. Saliby worked in the private sector in a variety of capacities in both laboratory and environmental positions. She has given numerous presentations to organizations throughout Connecticut on both PCB and UST topics.
John Carroll, LEP is a Senior Project Manager at Fuss & O’Neill, Inc. Mr. Carroll manages investigation and remediation of sites subject to Connecticut’s Transfer Act, Voluntary Remediation, RCRA Corrective Action, and TSCA requirements. Mr. Carroll is the chairman of EPOC’s Education Committee.