LOCATION: Kennesaw State University, Continuing Education Building, 3333 Busbee Drive, Room 400, Kennesaw, Georgia 30144
This conference will focus on innovative assessment and remediation technologies being used in the environmental field. Case studies will include petroleum hydrocarbons and chlorinated solvents sites. Presenters will include representatives from private consultants, regulatory personnel, industry, and legal backgrounds. Attendees will earn 14 personal development hours of continuing education. For more information contact: Ronald J. Wallace, AIPG Georgia Section President, firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration – $45 AIPG and HAGS Members, $60 Non-AIPG Members. Checks for registration should be sent to Kevin Kelly at: Langan Engineers, 2700 Kelly Rd., Suite 200, Warrington, PA 18976-3653.
For more information contact Dennis Pennington at email@example.com.
The trip will visit various historical and outcrop sites, current uranium mines, processing plants, and other related sites of interest. The field trip is to be held the 3rd weekend of May, 2017, i.e., May 19 (Friday) through May 21st (Sunday), backtracking to San Antonio, Austin, and then Houston by sundown. register your interest in the field trip and to reserve your seat on the bus (first come, first saved), send us an email (to: firstname.lastname@example.org) with your name and email and the number of seats you wish to reserve. For more information go to AIPG Texas Section - May 2017 Field Trip Announcement .
June 13-14, 2017
Ralph A. MacMullan Conference Center, Roscommon County, Michigan
The presentations at this workshop will focus on how to identify risk management remedies ranging from aggressive removal to long term exposure maintenance, what are the right questions to ask, and how to collect the data to answer those questions. This workshop will provide the same thought provoking, high quality technical presentations and discussions that have come to be expected of the AIPG Michigan Section’s annual workshop. As professionals working in the environmental in-dustry, we make decisions regarding potential and real exposures daily using tools developed from the latest advances in science and technology, statutory requirements and professional experience.