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TCEQ TRRP Training 2012

GSI Environmental

Monday, October 1, 2012 at 8:00 AM - Wednesday, October 3, 2012 at 5:00 PM (CDT)

TCEQ TRRP Training 2012

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Early Registration has been extended to May 11th. Register by May 11th and receive a 10% discount on the standard pricing (on top of another 10% discount if you are a TAEP member)!

Texas Risk Reduction Program regulations (TRRP; 30 TAC 350) establish consistent risk-based protocols for evaluation and response to soil, groundwater, or surface water contamination associated with an environmental release of hazardous wastes or substances. Since adoption of the TRRP rule, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has established policies and released guidance pertaining to TRRP. Presented by GSI Environmental Inc., with participation of key TCEQ technical staff, this popular and informative training series is a must for professionals who need a working understanding of TRRP and those needing to stay up-to-date with the latest TRRP guidance and policies adopted by the TCEQ.

 

The TCEQ TRRP Training Program

TRRP Rule Step-By-Step (2 Days)

  • TRRP Applicability
  • General Rule Organization and Key Features
  • Release Notification
  • Affected Prperty Assessment
  • Development of Human Health PCLs
  • Development of Ecological PCLs
  • Response Actions and Post Response Action Care
CONTINUING ED:
TRRP Rule
Step-by-Step
LPST-CAPM: 16 Credits
MCLE: 14 Credits

TRRP Guidance & Policy (1 Day)

  • Affected Property Assessment
    • Groundwater Classification
    • Assessment of Surface Water and Sediment
    • Ecological Risk Assessment
  • PCL Development
    • Toxicity Factors for Unlisted Chemicals
    • Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons (TPH)
    • Use of Statistics
  • Response Actions
    • Non-Aqueous Phase Liquids (NAPL)
    • Monitored Natural Attenuation
CONTINUING ED:
TRRP Guidance and Policy
LPST-CAPM: 8 Credits
MCLE: 7.5 Credits
 

Course Instructors


John A. Connor, P.E., P.G., BCEE

  • President, environmental engineer, GSI Environmental Inc. (GSI); over 30 years experience
  • Author of Tier 2 RBCA Guidance Manual and GSI User’s Guide to the Texas Risk Reduction Rules
  • Assisted development of TRRP and other risk-based regulatory programs in over 15 states
  • Project specialization: risk management and strategic planning; corrective action design; regulatory and policy development, litigation support

Paul Lewis (TRRP Rule Step-By-Step Section)

  • Acting Manager, Technical Support, TCEQ Risk Assessment Division
  • Team leader for development of Risk Reduction Rules (RRR; 1993)

Thomas McHugh, Ph.D. , D.A.B.T

  • Vice President, environmental toxicologist, GSI; over 20 years experience
  • Project specialization: human health and ecological risk assessment; bioremediation by natural attenuation; software development

Charles J. Newell, Ph.D, P.E., BCEE

  • Vice President, environmental engineer, GSI; over 30 years experience
  • Project specialization: groundwater modeling, non-aqueous phase liquids, risk assessment, natural attenuation, bioremediation, non-point source studies and software development.
 

Sponsored By:


GSI Environmental Inc.

GSI logoGSI is an environmental engineering firm which specializes in the assessment and management of environmental risk, providing services from offices in Houston and Austin, Texas.  Since 1986 we have worked worldwide providing industry with innovative solutions to soil, groundwater, surface water, and air pollution problems and associated regulatory issues.  We emphasize careful data collection, analysis, and technical ingenuity in all of our work in order to provide solutions that are both efficient and effective.

GSI has developed an extensive portfolio of software tools designed to help environmental professionals.  Many of our innovative software products, including the RBCA Tool Kit and associated regional versions, have been created in conjunction with federal and state agencies and are used by industry and government organizations worldwide. For more information, please visit our website at www.gsi-net.com.


The Texas Association of Environmental Professionals (TAEP)

TAEP is the Texas chapter of the National Association of Environmental Professionals (NAEP), including over 300 active members in the Houston and Austin areas. TAEP is committed to achieving the highest standards of ethics and competence within the environmental professions.  Our primary aims are the advancement of the environmental professions and the establishment of a forum to discuss important environmental issues. If you aren't a member of TAEP and would like to become one, please go to www.taep.org to register.

TAEP members receive 10% off of the registration price. Members can email taep@taep.org to receive the promotional code.

 

Accommodations:

Call 1-866-327-1161 to make reservations at the Hilton at University of Houston to get the best available rate. 

Classes are held from 8:00 AM until 5:00 PM daily.

 

Cancellation Policy:

Any cancellation on or before 4/30/2012 will be refunded 100%, and from 5/1/2012 through 5/31/2012 will be refunded 50%. No refund will be provided for any cancellation after 6/1/2012, however substitute attendees are welcome.

Have questions about TCEQ TRRP Training 2012? Contact GSI Environmental

When & Where


University of Houston Hilton
4800 Calhoun Road
Houston, TX 77204-3902

Monday, October 1, 2012 at 8:00 AM - Wednesday, October 3, 2012 at 5:00 PM (CDT)


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