UST, Environmental Audits, Ecological Risk Assessment and Site Remediation-Spring 2011

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The NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) regulates Underground Storage Tanks (USTs) and requires the professionals who work on them to be trained, certified and recertified every three (3) years. If you work on USTs, you need this course! Whether you are becoming certified for the first time or just need to recertify, you will get the regulatory information you need to stay current with New Jerseys UST requirements and help your clients or employer avoid potential penalty liability. Other courses include NJDEP Site Remediation Basics, Environmental Audits and Site Assessments, and Ecological Risk Assessment.


New Jersey AgriculturalExperiment StationNJDEP Site Remediation Basics This class fulfi lls the NJDEP course requirement for LSRP Applicants! February 8, 2011Underground Storage Tanks NJDEPs Regulatory Training March 1, 2011Environmental Audits and Site Assessments March 15 and 16, 2011Ecological Risk Assessment Practice and Protocols March 22 and 23, 2011ursen BoncouuraksnksEP catiEP catioentquiremeasicsrequirasicsNameNameTagJobTitleEmployerMailingAddressZipCityStateWork#Home#Fax#Cell#EmailNJAESOfficeofContinuingProfessionalEducationRutgers,TheStateUniversityofNewJersey102RydersLaneNewBrunswick,NJ08901-8519Ph:732.932.9271Fax:732.932.8726Email:ocpe@njaes.rutgers.eduWeb:www.cpe.rutgers.eduYES,IwanttobeinformedaboutcoursesandrelatedinformationthroughperiodicmessagesfromRutgersvia:(checkallthatapply)emailfaxWewillneversell,rentorexchangeyourcontactinformationwitha3rdparty.Tounsubscribeandberemovedfromourlist,contactusatocpe@njaes.rutgers.eduorbyfax732.932.1187orphone732.932.9271.CardholdersName(printed)SignatureofCardholderCard#Exp.DateBillingZipPleaseregistermeforthefollowing:CourseCodeNameDateFeeMethodofPaymentCheck,moneyorderorPurchaseOrderChargetomycreditcardVisaMastercardAMEXNonprofitOrganizationUSPostagePAIDNewBrunswick,NJPermitNo.153Offi ce of Continuing Professional EducationThe NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) regulates Underground Storage Tanks (USTs) and requires the professionals who work on them to be trained, certi ed and recerti ed every three (3) years. Effective November 4, 2009, a regulated UST owner or operator who initiates remediation (see N.J.A.C. 7:26C-2.2(b)) on or after this date is required to engage the services of a Licensed Site Remediation Professional (LSRP). The services of a Certi ed Subsurface Evaluator, or a LSRP for cases that opt-in to the LSRP Program, are required for regulated UST remediation initiated prior to November 4, 2009. All other categories of service, including closure, are in place. *For more information and clarifi cation on how the LSRP Program affects UST requirements, please call Wayne Howitz from the NJDEP at 609-984-1351. If you work on USTs, you need this course! Whether you are becoming certi ed for the rst time or just need to recertify, you will get the regulatory information you need to stay current with New Jerseys UST requirements and help your clients or employer avoid potential penalty liability. Course Program8:30 a.m. NJ UST RegulationsOverview of Laws and Regulations Permits; Registration and Fees; Compliance and Enforcement; Installation, Upgrade and Certi cation Requirements; Performance Standards; Operating, Monitoring and Closure Requirements; Release, Reporting and Investigation Requirements and Recordkeeping10:15 a.m. Legal and Business Perspective 11:30 a.m. NJDEP Unregulated Heating Oil Tank Program Update on LSRP Program 12:00 p.m. Lunch1:00 p.m. NJ UST Technical RequirementsNew Jersey Technical Requirements for Site Remediation; UST Closure and Remediation; Soil Remediation Standards; Ground Water Quality Standards and Ground Water Quality Standards and Soil Cleanup Criteria4:00 p.m. AdjournUnderground Storage TanksMarch 1, 2011$265 before 2/15/11; $290 after; $245 multipleCourse Code: Offi ce of Continuing Professional EducationWho Should Attend?Anyone working on USTs needs a good understanding of the applicable regulations and guidance, especially: tank owners, consultants, engineers, contractors, health o cers, geologists, soil scientists and attorneys. If you are renewing your certi cation, you must take a NJDEP-certi ed course within one year prior to renewal. Professional engineers and plumbing contractors, exempt from the certi cation examination, must attend the course within one year of certi cation. InstructorsPatrick Hansen, TRC Environmental CorporationEdward Hogan, Esq., Norris, McLaughlin & MarcusGary Sanderson, NJ Dept. of Environmental ProtectionKenneth Siet, TRC Environmental CorporationValuable References Provided on CD-ROM!Tired of looking through pages and pages of regulations to nd the information that you need? Our course materials include valuable references on CD-ROM enabling you to search for just the information you need without having to wade through reams of paper.Exam InformationFor information concerning the UST exam, please contact the NJDEP Examination and Licensing Unit at 609-777-1013.Mark Your CalendarThe Role of the EnvironmentalConsultant in LitigationMarch 30, 2011$175 before 3/16/11; $195 after; $155 multipleCourse Code: EL0103CA11This half-day program is designed to prepare environmental professionals to participate e ectively in litigation and other legally oriented proceedings. As environmental issues become increasingly complex, the role of technically trained professionals in litigation continues to grow, and their advice or testimony is often decisive.Visit register or for more information.The Role of the Environmental Consultant in Litigation - March 30, 2011 See inside for details!Whether you are a consultant, a developer or a lender, this two-day course will help you navigate the legal and regulatory maze that surrounds industrial and commercial site assessments and property transactions.Featured TopicsDiscover how to conduct successful - and legally viable - assessments that are consistent with ASTM Standards and other applicable Federal and State regulations.ASTM Standards 1527 - 05: What is it and why do you need to be familiar with it? Technical Requirements for Site Remediation (N.J.A.C. 7:26E): NJDEPs perspective How to determine the environmental liability of a site before making a costly investment or securing a sales contract.What are the triggers for potential vapor intrusion concerns during the site assessment process?What is the EPAs All Appropriate Inquiry (AAI) Rule and how does it apply to an environmental site assessment?What are the di erences, similarities and overlaps between and among the ASTM standard, the AAI Rule and the NJ Preliminary Assessment? Current NJDEP rules for unregulated heating oil tanks (UHOT) and the Site Remediation Reform Act (SRRA) as they pertain to site investigations and remedial investigations now required to be conducted by Licensed Site Remediation Professionals (LSRP).In addition, you will learn how to use the preliminary assessment (PA) results required by the NJDEPs Site Remediation Program to target speci c areas of environmental concern as outlined in the NJDEPs Technical Requirements for Site Remediation (N.J.A.C. 7:26E).Who Should Attend?This course provides essential training for real estate development, site assessment and site remediation professionals.InstructorsRepresentatives from AV Agovino Associates, LLC,; the NJ Department of Environmental Protection; EDR, Inc.; Industrial Waste Management, Inc.; Garden State Environmental, Inc. and the Law O ce of Howard Davis. 4 CONVENIENT WAYS TO REGISTER Phone: 732.932.9271, M-F 8AM - 4:30PM. Please have your Visa, Mastercard or AMEX number ready. Fax: 732.932.8726, 24 Hours. Please include credit card information or copy of your check, money order or purchase order with your fax. Mail: Registration Desk, NJAES O ce of Continuing Professional Education, Rutgers University, 102 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8519. Please make check payable to: Rutgers University Web: Payment Policy - All students must have prearranged for payment to be admitted to the class (purchase order, check, VISA, Mastercard, American Express or money order). Refunds - You may withdraw from this course with a full refund (minus a $50 processing fee) provided our o ce is noti ed at least three (3) full working days prior to the start of the course. Beyond that time, registrants may be responsible for the full registration fee. Substitutions are welcomed.www.cpe.rutgers.eduOffi ce of Continuing Professional EducationOffi ce of Continuing Professional Education www.cpe.rutgers.eduEnvironmental Audits & Site AssessmentsMarch 15 & 16, 2011$485 before 3/1/11; $515 after; $455 multipleCourse Code: EL0102CA11NJDEP Site Remediation BasicsFebruary 8, 2011$255 before 1/25/11; $285 after; $225 multipleCourse Code: EN0501CA11Ecological Risk AssessmentMarch 22 & 23, 2011$445 before 3/8/11; $475 after; $415 multipleCourse Code: EZ0401CA11Assessing the potential for ecological risk at a hazardous waste site is paramount to the remedial decision-making process. This is particularly true in New Jersey with the passage of the Site Remediation Reform Act. Help your client understand how the ecological risk assessment process aids in developing realistic approaches to remediating sites. For future LSRPs, understand the role that ecological risk assessment plays in developing clean-up goals for your site. By understanding regional, state, and federal risk-based standards you can be responsible for the economic gains and environmental restoration of your clients next project. Implement the preventative capabilities provided in our course and you will increase your ability to evaluate risk and determine the response of biological systems to environmental pollutants.This two-day program will provide you with a comprehensive overview of regulatory expectations of ecological risk assessments from both federal and state perspectives.On Day One, learn about methodologies and innovative approaches being employed to conduct ecological risk evaluations and assessments of aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems under CERCLA, RCRA, and various state mandates.On Day Two, NJDEP representatives will take you through the new New Jersey guidance document for the completion of ecological risk assessments under the Licensed Site Remediation Professionals Program.Featured TopicsApplicability of Ecological Risk Assessments Federal, State (NJ, NY and PA) and Regional Approaches Regulatory Drivers Phased Approach to an Ecological Risk Assessment Uncertainties Associated with Risk Assessments Development of Clean-up Goals Hazard Assessment: How and Why The US EPAs 8-Step Process Problem Formulation Exposure, E ects and Risk Characterizations Special Ecological Risk Considerations Featured Topics (continued)Assessment of Natural Resource Damages Case Studies InstructorsCharles Harman, AMEC Earth and EnvironmentalNancy Hamill, NJ Department of Environmental ProtectionAllan Motter, NJ Department of Environmental Protection Greg Neumann, NJ Department of Environmental Protection~ RECERTIFICATION CREDITS ~ Courses in this brochure have been submitted for the following:NJ Health Offi cers/REHSsNJ Licensed Water/Wastewater Operators NJ, NY & PA Continuing Legal Education Please email Pam Mayer at for more information.This course is your single best opportunity to get all the information you need about Technical Requirements for Site Remediation - learn the basics in just one day! You will get clear, complete answers to all your basic questions, including: What is a Preliminary Assessment? What is a variance? What is a Receptor Evaluation? What can I do to achieve No Further Action or Remedial Action Outcome at my site? NJDEP representatives will discuss the regulations and guidance documents you will need when conducting investigations and remediation activities. You will learn how to comply with the latest changes in the Technical Rules implementing the Site Remediation Reform Act and remediate sites under the Industrial Site Recovery Act, the Underground Storage of Hazardous Substance Act and the Spill Compensation and Control Act. Case studies will provide real-world examples of common problems and how to prepare and submit remediation reports.Featured TopicsTechnical Requirements for Site Remediation (NJAC 7:26E) Public Notifi cation and Outreach in Subchapter 1.4 Delineation of Contaminants Remedial Action Selection, Workplans and Oversight Remediation Permits, Deed Notices and Classi cation Exception Areas Who Should Attend?Anyone new to the environmental eld in NJ will bene t from this program. In addition, it is a great refresher for anyone who works with the NJDEPs Technical Requirements for Site Remediation (NJAC 7:26E) including: Environmental Professionals, Brown elds Developers, LSRP Applicants, Attorneys, Health O cers, and Industrial Property Owners and Operators.InstructorsRepresentatives from the NJDEP will teach the seminar and be available throughout the program to answer related questions. Note to Licensed Site RemediationProfessional (LSRP) ApplicantsThis course ful lls the requirements for LSRP applicants to have completed a generally recognized course on NJDEPs technical guidance for site remediation. For more information on the LSRP program, check the NJDEP website at:


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