Webinar on Environmental Remediation
  • Rapid Response Action Levels
  • TCE
  • RCRA
  • Remediation
  • Environmental
  • Environment
  • Compliance
  • 2018

Join Trihydro Corporation and Thompson Hine in a webinar discussion on the latest trends and developments in environmental remediation this March 20, 2018.

Trihydro’s Lloyd Dunlap, P.G., Senior Geologist, will present on Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) requirements and factors for consideration. He will also discuss a multi-disciplinary method for doing a strategy review for complex sites.

Matthew Jones, P.G.,Trihydro Geologist will lead a discussion about Vapor Intrusion risks, investigation, and remediation options . He will also cover the recent regulatory changes Including Trichloroethylene (TCE) exposure standards and Rapid Response Action Levels.

Additional webinar topics are listed in the agenda below.

Webinar Agenda:

12:00-12:30pm EDT:  Two new EPA initiatives for optimizing RCRA Corrective Action: RCRA FIRST and a new Environmental Indicator 
12:30-1:00pm EDT  Site Remediation MACT Standards and The Trump Administration’s Efforts to ‘Revitalize’ the Superfund Program
1:00-1:30pm EDT  Vapor Intrusion: TCE And Rapid Response Action Levels
1:30-2:00pm EDT  Strategic Considerations for Plant Closure, Remediation and Sale: Managing Legal and Environmental Roadblocks to Protect Property Value and Minimize Liability Risks


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Lloyd Dunlap, P.G., Senior Geologist

Mr. Dunlap is a Senior Geologist with over 35 years of experience in environmental, energy, regulatory, and research positions. He worked for 26 years in multiple environmental positions at BP.  He has managed projects under the jurisdiction of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA), Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), the European Union, administrative orders on consent, and state programs in nearly every state.  He now resides in Oklahoma.  Mr. Dunlap has a Bachelor’s degree in geology from the University of Kansas and a Master’s degree in hydrogeology from Kansas State University.  He is also a Registered Professional Geologist.

Matthew Jones, P.G., Geologist

Mr. Jones has over 15 years of professional experience in the environmental industry and has assisted in and /or managed numerous projects with Regional Water Quality Control Board, DTSC, and/or County oversight/involvement. His experience includes vapor intrusion evaluation and data evaluation along with remedial/mitigation projects using sub-slab depressurization, dual phase extraction, soil vapor extraction, and air sparging on sites impacted with petroleum and chlorinated hydrocarbons.  Mr. Jones has successfully managed hazardous waste handling and manufacturing clients.  He has extensive experience managing projects, technical work plan preparation/reporting, field investigations, and remedial system design for environmental projects in a variety of industrial processes.  Additionally, with site assessment and/or remediation experience in numerous states, Mr. Jones has an extensive knowledge of numerous local, state, and Federal oversight programs.

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