IAEP invites you to participate in this important LIVE webinar:
As a follow-up to IAEP's recent March 2015 Vapor Intrusion (VI) webinar presented by IEPA representatives, this presentation by an experienced environmental consultant and a leading environmental attorney provides a practical guideline for addressing VI at sites compliant to recent IEPA and USEPA regulatory updates.
Development and execution of VI work plans will be discussed, followed by interpretation and presentation of site data, and closure strategies addressing the indoor inhalation exposure pathway, such as the use of Building Control Technology and institutional controls.
Legal and contractual issues dealing with VI in the context of the transfer of properties and their redevelopment, will also be discussed.
Mark Castro, Natural Resource Technology, Inc.
Larry Falbe, Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone, P.L.C.
Duration: Event will last 1 Hour with Q & A
Mark Castro is a project manager and scientist with Natural Resource Technology, working out of there Chicago, IL office, and has 17 years of combined technical and project management experience in the environmental consulting industry. His technical experience includes environmental due diligence, site investigations, exposure-route modeling, remediation, and environmental liability cost estimating. Mark has worked on numerous vapor intrusion projects over the past eight years for sites located in Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan.
Larry Falbe is an environmental attorney with the Chicago office of the international law firm of Miller Canfield. Larry has more than 20 years of experience reviewing and analyzing Phase I and Phase II assessments to satisfy due diligence requirements, obtaining No Further Remediation Letters, evaluating the cost/benefit of transactions, and advising clients on potential liability and remediation issues. He also has substantial litigation and regulatory experience involving environmental issues, including CERCLA (Superfund), FIFRA, EPCRA, RCRA (hazardous waste), toxic torts, Clean Water and Clean Air Acts, underground storage tanks, and nuclear fuel processing. He has represented clients involved in enforcement actions by federal, state, and local authorities and negotiated numerous compliance programs, consent decrees, and settlements.