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Organization of Connecticut

Representing the interests of Connecticut's Licensed Environmental Professionals (LEPs)

Upcoming Events

    • Thu, March 02, 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill, CT
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    Contaminant Fate and Transport Processes

    Continuing Education Credits 

    The CT State Board of Examiners of Environmental Professionals (LEP Board) has approved this course for 8.0 hours of continuing education credits - CTLEP-431. We have applied for CECs in MA and NY and will post when decisions are made.

    Time and Location

    This seminar will be held on Thursday, March 2, 2017 and runs from 8 AM - 5 PM at the CTCPA Education Center, 716 Brook St., Ste. 100, Rocky Hill, CT. For directions, see: http://www.ctcpas.org/Content/About/Driving-Directions.aspx

    Instructor

    Dr. Atul M. Salhotra (see bio below)

    Course Fees

    EPOC Members: $300, Non-members: $350, Gov't Employee/Students : $150

    Continental breakfast, lunch, and PM snack included.

    Course Overview

    This one-day course presents comprehensive information on fate and transport processes and modeling of chemical contamination in soil, groundwater, and soil vapor. This course offers an understanding of basic fate and transport principles and a quantitative analysis of field data. The course will present:

    • Basic concepts,
    • Fate and transport processes,
    • Various commonly used models,
    • Underlying assumptions of models,
    • Application of fate and transport modeling in site assessment, risk assessment, and risk management.

    Hands-on calculations will be required for each of the processes to improve understanding. Throughout the course site-specific examples and case studies will provide practical insights into fate and transport processes involved and relevant modeling applications.
    After attending this course, you will be able to:

    • Perform a variety of fate and transport calculations
    • Understand the basics of used models
    • Understand the uncertainties inherent in the application of models

    Seminar Agenda/Topics

    • 8:00 AM:    Objectives of the Course
    • 8:30:    Basic Concepts and Definitions
      Volumetric Properties
      Gravimetric Properties
      Concentrations
      Partition Coefficients
      Measurement Techniques
      Hands-on Calculations
    • 10:15:    Break
    • 10:30:    Basic Processes Simulated by Models
      (Qualitative and Quantitative Understanding, and Practical Implications)
      Advection
      Diffusion
      Dispersion
      Hands-on Calculations
    • 12:00 PM:    Lunch
    • 1:00:    Basic Processes Simulated by Models (Qualitative and Quantitative Understanding, and Practical Implications)
      Adsorption
      Biotransformation (Solvent & hydrocarbons)
      Hands-on Calculations
    • 2:30:    Break
      2:45:    Evaluation of LNAPL Data
      Thickness in wells
      Transmissivity measurements
      Hands-on Calculations
    • 4:00:     Commonly Used Models
      Vadose zone
      Groundwater
      Ambient air
      Indoor air
      Difference between analytical and numerical model
    • 5:00:    Adjourn for the day

    Participants are requested to bring calculators.

    Instructor Bio

    Dr. Atul M. Salhotra is an internationally recognized expert in the cost-effective management of contaminated sites. His expertise and opinions are sought after and trusted by regulators, industries, and the courts by virtue of his having developed risk based decision making programs for the management of chemically impacted sites for more than 15 states. He is the lead author, project manager, and developer of Risk-Based Corrective Action (RBCA) programs for numerous states, and the U.S. Air Force in Europe (USAFE). As one of the original nine ASTM certified trainers for RBCA, he has conducted training courses in over 25 states and 10 countries. Over 6,000 individuals have attended his courses and benefited from the training received.

    Dr. Salhotra is well versed in the site-specific application of risk assessment, evaluation of indoor vapor intrusion, natural attenuation, and fate and transport modeling for the cost- effective management of sites. He has supervised over 200 risk assessments under state and federal programs involving hydrocarbons, solvents and metals, and has successfully defended the results with regulatory agencies and other stakeholders across the country.

    Dr. Salhotra has provided litigation support, including testimony in courts, on numerous high-profile projects related to the migration of plumes under people’s homes, the allegation of adverse health effects due to vapor intrusion, and diminution of property values. Several of these projects involved public meetings, risk communication presentations, and media coverage.

    • Tue, March 14, 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • University of Connecticut, Storrs
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    Dissolved Oxygen Alteration Method for Fractured Bedrock Wellbore Flow Characterization

    Tuesday, March 14, 2017
    University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

    Gary Robbins, Ph.D., University of Connecticut and Sarah Vitale, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Connecticut

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    Continuing Education Credits:

    This is a new course and is the first time being offered. The CT State Board of Examiners of Environmental Professionals (LEP Board) has approved this course for 4.0 hours of continuing education credits (CTLEP-430). The MA LSP Board has approved this course for 4.0 hours Technical Credits (LSP Course #1593). We have applied for  NY Professional Engineering credits and will post when decision is made.

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    Time and Location:

    Registration will begin at 7:30 AM, the program runs from 8 AM - 12 PM.  The course will be held at University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, Beach Hall - room 317. Further directions and parking information will be sent to registrants.

    Laptop Required:

    A windows laptop with Microsoft Excel (tm) installed is required for this course. Following registration, you will be provided to links to download other analysis software to be used in the course.

    Course Objectives:

    The objective of this course is to introduce attendees to the Dissolved Oxygen Alteration Method (DOAM) for characterizing wellbore flow in bedrock wells. The DOAM entails increasing the dissolved oxygen content of a well through bubbler aeration, then profiling periodically to identify changes in dissolved oxygen associated with flow conditions. The DOAM can be used to identify transmissive fractures and vertical flow direction under ambient and pumping conditions, and provide a cost-effective means of interpreting sampling results in consideration of three-dimensional factors that influence flow.

    This course will begin with a review of the risks associated with two-dimensional site characterization, and the limitations of traditional techniques for wellbore flow characterization. The attendees will then be introduced to the DOAM as developed by Chlebica and Robbins (2013) as a cost-effective and logistically simple alternative for delineating wellbore flow in bedrock wells under ambient and pumping conditions.

    The outdoor field demonstration will include aeration and monitoring of dissolved oxygen in a 300-ft bedrock well under pumping conditions. Attendees will record and analyze data while profiling. Following field testing, the instructors and attendees will reconvene in the classroom to discuss the results of the field test and answer any questions. 

    Agenda:

    • 7:30 AM -  Registration
    • 8:00 AM  -  Introduction
    • 8:10 AM -  Dissolved Oxygen Alteration Method (DOAM)
    • 9:10 AM -  Break and Transition to field site
    • 9:15- 11:15 AM -  Field demonstration and analysis of DOAM under pumping conditions
    • 11:15 AM - Return to class room, analysis discussion, Q&A
    • 12:00 PM -  End of Seminar

    Instructors:


    Dr. Gary Robbins:

    Dr. Gary Robbins is a Professor of Geology in the Department of Natural Resources and the Environment at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT. Professor Robbins is well known for his research work aimed at improving site investigations at contamination sites. Often called "the consultants consultant", he has offered training courses across the country for the private sector and the EPA. He is the author of Expedited Site Assessment: The CD, the recipient of a Contribution to Practice Award by the Massachusetts LSPA, the recipient of the University's Chancellor Information Technology Award, and is the 2016-2017 UCONN Teaching Innovation Awardee. Prior to coming to UConn he worked for Woodward-Clyde Consultants and before that the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. He has been called upon as a private consultant, expert witness and arbitrator for the private sector and government entities. He is a CPG with AIPG, a Registered Geologist and Certified Engineering Geologist in California, and a member of EPOC.

    Sarah Vitale:

    Sarah Vitale is a Ph.D. Candidate in the Center for Integrative Geosciences at the University of Connecticut in Storrs, CT. Her work has primarily focused on the development of the advanced applications of the Dissolved Oxygen Alteration Method, as well as the impacts of road salting in groundwater in fractured bedrock. She was the recipient of the EPOC and Massachusetts LSPA Student Scholarships in 2014. In 2016 she received the National Ground Water Association Ora Lyons Award and was interviewed for the NGWA August newsletter discussing the impacts of her work on the improvement of environmental assessment practices.

    • Thu, March 23, 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill, CT
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    Contaminant Fate and Transport Processes

    Continuing Education Credits 

    The CT State Board of Examiners of Environmental Professionals (LEP Board) has approved this course for 8.0 hours of continuing education credits - CTLEP-431. We have applied for CECs in MA and NY and will post when decisions are made.

    Time and Location

    This seminar will be held on Thursday, March 23, 2017 and runs from 8 AM - 5 PM at the CTCPA Education Center, 716 Brook St., Ste. 100, Rocky Hill, CT. For directions, see: http://www.ctcpas.org/Content/About/Driving-Directions.aspx

    Instructor

    Dr. Atul M. Salhotra (see bio below)

    Course Fees

    EPOC Members: $300, Non-members: $350, Gov't Employee/Students : $150

    Continental breakfast, lunch, and PM snack included.

    Course Overview

    This one-day course presents comprehensive information on fate and transport processes and modeling of chemical contamination in soil, groundwater, and soil vapor. This course offers an understanding of basic fate and transport principles and a quantitative analysis of field data. The course will present:

    • Basic concepts,
    • Fate and transport processes,
    • Various commonly used models,
    • Underlying assumptions of models,
    • Application of fate and transport modeling in site assessment, risk assessment, and risk management.

    Hands-on calculations will be required for each of the processes to improve understanding. Throughout the course site-specific examples and case studies will provide practical insights into fate and transport processes involved and relevant modeling applications.
    After attending this course, you will be able to:

    • Perform a variety of fate and transport calculations
    • Understand the basics of used models
    • Understand the uncertainties inherent in the application of models

    Seminar Agenda/Topics

    • 8:00 AM:    Objectives of the Course
    • 8:30:    Basic Concepts and Definitions
      Volumetric Properties
      Gravimetric Properties
      Concentrations
      Partition Coefficients
      Measurement Techniques
      Hands-on Calculations
    • 10:15:    Break
    • 10:30:    Basic Processes Simulated by Models
      (Qualitative and Quantitative Understanding, and Practical Implications)
      Advection
      Diffusion
      Dispersion
      Hands-on Calculations
    • 12:00 PM:    Lunch
    • 1:00:    Basic Processes Simulated by Models (Qualitative and Quantitative Understanding, and Practical Implications)
      Adsorption
      Biotransformation (Solvent & hydrocarbons)
      Hands-on Calculations
    • 2:30:    Break
      2:45:    Evaluation of LNAPL Data
      Thickness in wells
      Transmissivity measurements
      Hands-on Calculations
    • 4:00:     Commonly Used Models
      Vadose zone
      Groundwater
      Ambient air
      Indoor air
      Difference between analytical and numerical model
    • 5:00:    Adjourn for the day

    Participants are requested to bring calculators.

    Instructor Bio

    Dr. Atul M. Salhotra is an internationally recognized expert in the cost-effective management of contaminated sites. His expertise and opinions are sought after and trusted by regulators, industries, and the courts by virtue of his having developed risk based decision making programs for the management of chemically impacted sites for more than 15 states. He is the lead author, project manager, and developer of Risk-Based Corrective Action (RBCA) programs for numerous states, and the U.S. Air Force in Europe (USAFE). As one of the original nine ASTM certified trainers for RBCA, he has conducted training courses in over 25 states and 10 countries. Over 6,000 individuals have attended his courses and benefited from the training received.

    Dr. Salhotra is well versed in the site-specific application of risk assessment, evaluation of indoor vapor intrusion, natural attenuation, and fate and transport modeling for the cost- effective management of sites. He has supervised over 200 risk assessments under state and federal programs involving hydrocarbons, solvents and metals, and has successfully defended the results with regulatory agencies and other stakeholders across the country.

    Dr. Salhotra has provided litigation support, including testimony in courts, on numerous high-profile projects related to the migration of plumes under people’s homes, the allegation of adverse health effects due to vapor intrusion, and diminution of property values. Several of these projects involved public meetings, risk communication presentations, and media coverage.

    • Thu, April 06, 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill, CT
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    Contaminant Fate and Transport Processes

    Continuing Education Credits 

    The CT State Board of Examiners of Environmental Professionals (LEP Board) has approved this course for 8.0 hours of continuing education credits - CTLEP-431. We have applied for CECs in MA and NY and will post when decisions are made.

    Time and Location

    This seminar will be held on Thursday, April 6, 2017 and runs from 8 AM - 5 PM at the CTCPA Education Center, 716 Brook St., Ste. 100, Rocky Hill, CT. For directions, see: http://www.ctcpas.org/Content/About/Driving-Directions.aspx

    Instructor

    Dr. Atul M. Salhotra (see bio below)

    Course Fees

    EPOC Members: $300, Non-members: $350, Gov't Employee/Students : $150

    Continental breakfast, lunch, and PM snack included.

    Course Overview

    This one-day course presents comprehensive information on fate and transport processes and modeling of chemical contamination in soil, groundwater, and soil vapor. This course offers an understanding of basic fate and transport principles and a quantitative analysis of field data. The course will present:

    • Basic concepts,
    • Fate and transport processes,
    • Various commonly used models,
    • Underlying assumptions of models,
    • Application of fate and transport modeling in site assessment, risk assessment, and risk management.

    Hands-on calculations will be required for each of the processes to improve understanding. Throughout the course site-specific examples and case studies will provide practical insights into fate and transport processes involved and relevant modeling applications.
    After attending this course, you will be able to:

    • Perform a variety of fate and transport calculations
    • Understand the basics of used models
    • Understand the uncertainties inherent in the application of models

    Seminar Agenda/Topics

    • 8:00 AM:    Objectives of the Course
    • 8:30:    Basic Concepts and Definitions
      Volumetric Properties
      Gravimetric Properties
      Concentrations
      Partition Coefficients
      Measurement Techniques
      Hands-on Calculations
    • 10:15:    Break
    • 10:30:    Basic Processes Simulated by Models
      (Qualitative and Quantitative Understanding, and Practical Implications)
      Advection
      Diffusion
      Dispersion
      Hands-on Calculations
    • 12:00 PM:    Lunch
    • 1:00:    Basic Processes Simulated by Models (Qualitative and Quantitative Understanding, and Practical Implications)
      Adsorption
      Biotransformation (Solvent & hydrocarbons)
      Hands-on Calculations
    • 2:30:    Break
      2:45:    Evaluation of LNAPL Data
      Thickness in wells
      Transmissivity measurements
      Hands-on Calculations
    • 4:00:     Commonly Used Models
      Vadose zone
      Groundwater
      Ambient air
      Indoor air
      Difference between analytical and numerical model
    • 5:00:    Adjourn for the day

    Participants are requested to bring calculators.

    Instructor Bio

    Dr. Atul M. Salhotra is an internationally recognized expert in the cost-effective management of contaminated sites. His expertise and opinions are sought after and trusted by regulators, industries, and the courts by virtue of his having developed risk based decision making programs for the management of chemically impacted sites for more than 15 states. He is the lead author, project manager, and developer of Risk-Based Corrective Action (RBCA) programs for numerous states, and the U.S. Air Force in Europe (USAFE). As one of the original nine ASTM certified trainers for RBCA, he has conducted training courses in over 25 states and 10 countries. Over 6,000 individuals have attended his courses and benefited from the training received.

    Dr. Salhotra is well versed in the site-specific application of risk assessment, evaluation of indoor vapor intrusion, natural attenuation, and fate and transport modeling for the cost- effective management of sites. He has supervised over 200 risk assessments under state and federal programs involving hydrocarbons, solvents and metals, and has successfully defended the results with regulatory agencies and other stakeholders across the country.

    Dr. Salhotra has provided litigation support, including testimony in courts, on numerous high-profile projects related to the migration of plumes under people’s homes, the allegation of adverse health effects due to vapor intrusion, and diminution of property values. Several of these projects involved public meetings, risk communication presentations, and media coverage.

    • Thu, April 13, 2017
    • 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • CTCPA Education Center, Rocky Hill, CT
    • 12

    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.

    Instructors: 

    CT DEEP Staff including Carl Gruszczak, Kevin Neary, Craig Bobrowiecki and Amanda Killeen.

    Fees: 

    • EPOC Members: $225
    • Non-members: $275 (consider joining EPOC at this time to receive the member rate for this program)
    • Gov't Employee/Students: $112.50

    Course Description:

    EPOC, in cooperation with the CT DEEP, invites you to a one-day seminar focusing on the Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs). Connecticut's Remediation Standard Regulations apply to actions taken to remediate polluted soil or a ground-water plume at or emanating from a release area pursuant to Chapter 445 or 446k of the General Statutes including, but not limited to, any such action required to be taken or verified by a Licensed Environmental Professional (LEP). This seminar has been designed as two separate parts of instruction -- the first part (morning session) will be devoted to those aspects of the RSR that are related to soils; the second part (afternoon session) will include those sections of the RSR that apply to groundwater, including the regulations related to Environmental Land Use Restrictions.


    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.

    Note:

    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.

Past Events

Thu, February 23, 2017 LEP Exam Study Group Session: NAPL - Specifics and Environmental Fate
Thu, February 09, 2017 YEP Annual Membership Meeting at Stoney Creek Brewery - TO BE RESCHEDULED
Mon, December 05, 2016 SWEP CT / EPOC Holiday Party
Thu, November 03, 2016 In-Situ Thermal Remediation at the SRSNE Superfund Site (2nd offering)
Wed, November 02, 2016 In-Situ Thermal Remediation at the SRSNE Superfund Site
Thu, October 20, 2016 Sonic Drilling Overview and Field Demonstration (Repeat - 2nd offering)
Wed, October 19, 2016 Sonic Drilling Overview and Field Demonstration
Thu, September 29, 2016 EPOC 2016 Annual Dinner Meeting - Keynote Presentation: Water for Rome: Past and Present
Mon, September 26, 2016 Pneumatic Slug Test Field Course
Tue, July 26, 2016 YEP Social Event - Summer 2016
Wed, June 15, 2016 EPOC 19th Annual Golf Scholarship Tournament - WED., JUNE 15th
Thu, June 02, 2016 EPOC 2.0 - Membership Meeting at Stoney Creek Brewery
Tue, May 24, 2016 Understanding Indoor Vapor Intrusion Pathway - repeat offering (4th)
Thu, May 19, 2016 Connecticut Geology Review: Bedrock Tectonic History, Understanding Glacial Deposition and a Related Field Excursion - REPEAT OFFERING (4th)
Tue, May 17, 2016 Connecticut Geology Review: Bedrock Tectonic History, Understanding Glacial Deposition and a Related Field Excursion - REPEAT OFFERING (3rd)
Tue, May 10, 2016 Design and Application of In-Situ Treatment Technologies
Thu, April 07, 2016 CT Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs)
Wed, April 06, 2016 Understanding Indoor Vapor Intrusion Pathway - repeat offering (3rd)
Tue, March 22, 2016 EPOC Young Environmental Professionals' Group (YEP) Meeting at City Steam Brewery Cafe, Hartford
Thu, February 04, 2016 Understanding Indoor Vapor Intrusion Pathway - repeat offering
Tue, February 02, 2016 Understanding Indoor Vapor Intrusion Pathway
Tue, December 01, 2015 Becoming an LEP Informational Event
Thu, October 15, 2015 Environmental Land Use Restrictions - Advanced Case Studies - repeat offering
Tue, September 29, 2015 Special Event: Alan Weisman, author, professor and journalist to speak at EPOC Annual Dinner Meeting on September 29th - Register today!
Wed, September 16, 2015 Rescheduled: EPOC 18th Annual Golf Scholarship/Grant Tournament - WED., SEPT. 16th
Thu, June 04, 2015 Evening Technical Meeting: In-Situ Thermal Remediation at a Major Multi-PRP CERCLA Site
Wed, May 20, 2015 EPOC Young Environmental Professionals' Group (YEP) Meeting at City Steam Brewery Cafe, Hartford
Thu, May 14, 2015 Practical Applications of Petroleum Hydrocarbon Chemistry
Thu, May 07, 2015 Connecticut Geology Review: Bedrock Tectonic History, Understanding Glacial Deposition and a Related Field Excursion - SECOND OFFERING
Tue, May 05, 2015 Connecticut Geology Review: Bedrock Tectonic History, Understanding Glacial Deposition and a Related Field Excursion
Mon, April 27, 2015 Understanding ProUCL and Use of the 95% UCL to Demonstrate Compliance with RSR Criteria
Thu, April 09, 2015 Environmental Land Use Restrictions - Advanced Case Studies
Wed, March 25, 2015 CT Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs)
Thu, March 05, 2015 Conceptual Site Modeling and the Data Quality Objectives Approach
Thu, January 22, 2015 "EPOC 2015: What We Are, and What We Can Be" Membership Meeting at City Steam Brewery Cafe, Hartford
Thu, November 13, 2014 How the Legislative and Regulatory Processes Work in Connecticut
Thu, September 18, 2014 Special Event: Dan Fagin, Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "Toms River" to speak at EPOC Annual Dinner Meeting on September 18th - Register today!
Mon, June 16, 2014 EPOC 17th Annual Golf Scholarship/Grant Tournament - MONDAY, JUNE 16th
Wed, June 11, 2014 Direct Push Methods for Groundwater Sampling to Support High Resolution Site Characterization - 2nd offering
Tue, June 10, 2014 Direct Push Methods for Groundwater Sampling to Support High Resolution Site Characterization
Wed, April 02, 2014 CT Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs) - 2014 - 2nd offering
Thu, March 20, 2014 CT Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs) - 2014 - 1st offering
Tue, January 07, 2014 Clearing Up the Confusion about the New ASTM E1527-13
Wed, November 20, 2013 A Short Course in Contaminated Fractured Rock Hydrogeology and Geophysics - second offering
Tue, November 19, 2013 A Short Course in Contaminated Fractured Rock Hydrogeology and Geophysics
Wed, October 30, 2013 LNAPL Mass, Mobility and Recoverability Evaluation
Thu, September 26, 2013 EPOC 2013 Annual Dinner Meeting - September 26th - Special catering by City Steam Brewery AND LIVE MUSIC by "Off the Clock"
Mon, June 10, 2013 EPOC 16th Annual Golf Scholarship/Grant Tournament
Mon, May 20, 2013 CBA/EPOC/CT-SWEP Dinner Meeting: A Mock Negotiation of A Sale of Contaminated Property
Thu, May 09, 2013 Professionalism and Professional Ethics for LEPs and LSPs
Thu, April 11, 2013 2D and 3D Environmental Data Visualization
Wed, April 10, 2013 CT Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs) - 2nd offering Spring 2013
Thu, April 04, 2013 PCBs Regulatory Overview for Connecticut
Tue, March 19, 2013 CT Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs)
Thu, January 24, 2013 Evening Technical Presentation: POTENTIAL FALSE POSITIVES IN VOLATILE PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS (VPH) ANALYTICAL METHODS – THE EFFECT OF NON-TARGET COMPOUNDS ON ENVIRONMENTAL DECISION MAKING
Thu, November 29, 2012 A Short Course in Hydrogeological Applications of Environmental Geophysics - 2nd offering
Thu, November 08, 2012 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry
Thu, September 13, 2012 EPOC 2012 Annual Dinner Meeting - Keynote: Current Topics and Trends in Risk Assessment
Thu, June 21, 2012 Expedited/High Resolution Site Assessment Using MIP and HPT Logging Technology - REPEAT, SECOND OFFERING
Wed, June 20, 2012 Expedited/High Resolution Site Assessment Using MIP and HPT Logging Technology Course
Mon, June 18, 2012 EPOC Scholarship/Environmental Grant Golf Tournament - SIGN-UP TODAY!
Wed, April 25, 2012 A Short Course in Hydrogeological Applications of Environmental Geophysics
Tue, March 20, 2012 CT Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs)
Thu, January 12, 2012 Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry
Tue, November 29, 2011 EPOC / CT Bar Association (CBA) Dinner Meeting - REGISTER NOW!
Tue, November 01, 2011 Technical and Regulatory Issues Associated with In Situ Remediation Technologies - 3rd offering
Thu, October 27, 2011 CT DEEP Updates
Thu, September 15, 2011 EPOC 2011 Annual Dinner Meeting - September 15, 2011 - CT DEEP Commissioner Daniel Esty - Keynote speaker
Thu, May 19, 2011 Technical and Regulatory Issues Associated with In Situ Remediation Technologies - 2nd offering
Tue, May 10, 2011 Technical and Regulatory Issues Associated with In Situ Remediation Technologies
Thu, March 31, 2011 CT Remediation Standard Regulations (RSRs)
Wed, March 16, 2011 GIS Applications for Environmental Professionals
Tue, February 15, 2011 Demolition, Remediation Waste, and Deconstruction: Environmental Requirements and Current Trends - 2nd Offering
Thu, January 20, 2011 Directional Drilling Technologies
Tue, January 11, 2011 Demolition, Remediation Waste, and Deconstruction: Environmental Requirements and Current Trends
Environmental Professionals' Organization of Connecticut, Inc.
P.O. Box 176, Amston, CT 06231-0176
Seth Molofsky, Executive Director
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