Contaminated Soil Cleanup Methods and Remediation Techniques

Lorman Education Services

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Tuesday, September 12, 2017
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EST

CM | 1.50

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Overview

Know the impact contaminated soil has on you and your company and how to clean it up.

 

Many property owners, lessees, architects, engineers, developers and contractors encounter contaminated soils on commercial, retail and industrial properties. However, these persons are usually not trained how to evaluate the risks posed by contaminated soils. In addition, most persons are not aware about how the presence of contaminated soils can impair their ability to sell, lease, refinance or redevelop impacted sites. Finally, most persons are not aware of the options available to clean up contaminated soils, regulatory approvals required, or the time frames and costs of various clean up methods. This topic will inform you about the problems facing you, complications caused by contaminated soils and how to develop a prompt and cost effective cleanup plan.

 

Resource URL

http://www.lorman.com/c397269

Speakers

Thomas Bois

• Partner at Bois & Macdonald • Primary practice focus is representing clients in environmental compliance counseling and brownfields transactions as well as the defense and prosecution of environmental cost recovery suits • Litigated and tried to verdict or judgment numerous matters in the fields of environmental law, construction law and labor law • Member of the California, District of Columbia and Missouri Bars • Former registered environmental assessor (REA), licensed by the California Environmental Protection Agency • Wrote one legal reference book, co-wrote three environmental reference books, and has published articles in the American Bar Association’s Tort, Insurance Practice Journal and The Brief, as well as numerous trade and business journals • Frequent speaker before the ABA, CEB, BIA, AEHS and numerous other organizations • Former adjunct professor at the University of California-Irvine teaching environmental regulatory framework; and, an instructor for the National Institute of Trial Advocacy (NITA) • J.D. degree, St. Louis University School of Law Read More

Contact Info

Michelle Shepherd, cecoordinator@lorman.com