Navigating the Contaminated Sites Process – A Workshop for Local Governments, Practitioners, and Developers
June 17, 2020 @ 8:00 am - June 18, 2020 @ 1:00 pm
Virtual Workshop – Zoom ( , Online, )
Regular Price: $295
Contaminated Sites legislation and related administrative processes are constantly evolving. Join us at this interactive virtual workshop, to be held online on the mornings of June 17 and 18, to hear from regulators, developers, and colleagues to learn about upcoming regulatory changes including those to the Site Profile process and other BC Contaminated Sites Regulation-related requirements. Learn about obligations of and risks to local governments and share best practices in managing contaminated sites. We’ve assembled a broad range of speakers and topics with something for everyone.
Whether you are a manager, technical staff, developer, regulator, or a contaminated sites practitioner – there will be content for you, as well as opportunities to ask questions and exchange ideas. Speakers include representatives from the BC Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, the Federation of Canadian Municipalities, local governments, regulatory agencies, developers, as well as qualified professionals.
Regular Price: $295
GOV/FN/EIT (or equivalent): $195 (Use coupon code: 100off)
Student: $50 (Use coupon code: student50)
GeoEnviroPro members receive a 10% discount on registration fees (use coupon code Gpro10) .
Register for the workshop at geoenviropro.thinkific.com. Contact email@example.com for an additional 15% off coupon code if 3 or more people are registering for this workshop from the same organization.
This is the 2020 contaminated sites workshop you want to attend!
DAY ONE – June 17
08:15 Opening and Welcome
08:30 FCM LiBRe: Advancing brownfields: FCM’s resources, tools and best practices to inspire municipal remediation
09:00 ENV: Ardith Gingell – New Soil Relocation Process
09:30 ENV: Kelli Larsen – New Site Identification Process
10:30 City of Burnaby: Saleh Haidar – Municipal Approach for Management of Off-Site Contaminant Migration
11:00 Thurber Engineering: Andrew Sorensen – Early Environmental Investigations to Inform Planning of Municipal Engineering Projects
11:30 WesGroup: CS Management from a Developer’s Perspective: Lifecycle of a Brownfields Development
DAY TWO – June 18
08:30 Introduction and Recap of Day One
08:40 Iris Legal: Jana McLean – Key Case Law Update
09:10 CoV Legal: Karin Grubb – Contaminated Sites and the Development Process: Behind the Scenes at the City of Vancouver
09:40 EXP: Jay Rao – Offsite Migration of Road Deicing Salt Contaminants adn the CSR PRocess for Onsite and Offsite Instruments – Case Study
10:30 PGL: Tom Berger – Dry Cleaning Contamination Affecting City Property – What You Should Know
11:00 PGL: Tom Berger – Dry Cleaning Contamination Affecting City Property – What You Should Know
11:30 Panel Discussion: Navigating the CSR
Anne Bancroft-Jones, Lauren Petersen (Surrey), Jenn Mayberry
12:00 Wrap Up