Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education is offering a number of environmental management and environmental permitting training opportunities in Fall 2013. Take an environmental course on any of the following topics to earn credits and improve your knowledge and skills: Regulatory Training in Underground Storage Tanks (September 10, 2013), The Role of the Environmental Consultant in Litigation (October 1, 2013), Geology, Hydrogeology and Chemistry (October 16, 2013), Environmental Forensics (October 17, 2013), and Advanced Petroleum Forensics Geochemistry (October 18, 2013). See brochure for course details and registration instructions or visit http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu/programs/environmental.html.
Role of the Environmental Underground Storage Tanks Email: email@example.com Web: www.cpe.rutgers.edu Ph: 732.932.9271 Fax: 732.932.8726 102 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8519 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey NJAES Ofﬁce of Continuing Professional Education Cell# Work# Zip Mailing Address Job Title Name New Jersey Agricultural Consultant in Litigation Experiment Station Course Details Course Details September 10, 2013 Early Fee: $275 October 1, 2013 Early Fee: $185 Email Home# City New Brunswick, NJ Multi Fee: $255 New Brunswick, NJ Multi Fee: $165 September 10, 2013 Underground Storage Tanks Course Code: EW0201CA14 Registration Fee (after 8/27): $295 Course Code: EL0103CA14 Registration Fee (after 9/17): $205 Employer Name Tag NJDEP’s Regulatory Training Whether you are becoming certiﬁed for the ﬁrst time or just need to recertify, This half-day program is designed to prepare environmental professionals you will get the regulatory information you need to stay current with New to participate effectively in litigation and other legally oriented proceedings. October 1, 2013 The Role of the Jersey’s UST requirements and help your clients or employer avoid potential As environmental issues become increasingly complex, the role of Fax# Environmental Consultant penalty liability. technically trained professionals in litigation continues to grow and their advice and testimony is often decisive. in Litigation State Please Note: The NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) regulates Underground Storage (Half-Day Program) Tanks (USTs) and requires the professionals who work on them to be trained, certiﬁed/recertiﬁed every Professionals working in all environmental areas including: site remediation, three (3) years. When a person has notiﬁed the NJDEP of a discharge from an UST on or after facility siting, toxic and hazardous waste management and land-use November 4, 2009, that person must retain a LSRP when addressing regulated USTs. LSRPs may October 16, 2013 Geology, Hydrogeology work on unregulated USTs (remediation or otherwise), but LSRPs are not required to be hired to planning and permitting will gain knowledge that they can use in court, remediate discharges from unregulated USTs. Certiﬁed Subsurface Evaluators may still be retained to state and federal agency meetings, as well as other formal proceedings. and Chemistry remediate discharges from unregulated USTs without the supervision of a LSRP. The certiﬁcations for No knowledge of the law is required. If no, please provide billing address here: Is your credit card billing address the same as your mailing address? Card # Signature of Cardholder Cardholder’s Name (printed) Method of Payment Course Code Please register me for the following: or by fax 732.932.1187 or phone 732.932.9271. To unsubscribe and be removed from our list, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org We will never sell, rent or exchange your contact information with a 3rd party. periodic messages from Rutgers via: (check all that apply) YES, I want to be informed about courses and related information through all other categories of UST services (i.e., installation, closure, tank testing, and corrosion protection) Learn the Basics for Environmental Applications still require the refresher course. The person responsible for conducting the remediation of a discharge Charge to my credit card Check, money order or Purchase Order Enhance Your Litigation Skills! from an unregulated UST who uses a Certiﬁed Subsurface Evaluator to remediate that discharge is required to employ an individual working for a business ﬁrm certiﬁed in the category of UST subsurface Environmental Forensics evaluation pursuant to the UST rules at N.J.A.C. 7:14B-16. This program will present you with the tools to: October 17, 2013 Methods for Age-Dating Contamination • Maintain your professional integrity within the context of courtroom Who Should Attend? procedures Name Anyone working on USTs needs a good understanding of the applicable • Develop, organize and present your testimony within the legal October 18, 2013 Advanced Petroleum regulations and guidance, especially tank owners, consultants, engineers, framework, including but not limited to: reports, depositions, exhibits, Forensics Geochemistry VISA contractors, health ofﬁcers, geologists, soil scientists and attorneys. If you are testimony, rules of evidence, and chain-of-custody renewing your certiﬁcation, you must take a NJDEP-certiﬁed course within Exp. Date one year prior to renewal. Professional engineers and plumbing contractors, • Present effective testimony without going beyond the bounds of your Mastercard AMEX Discover exempt from the certiﬁcation examination, must attend the course within one expertise Date NJDEP Case Study Training for LSRPs year of certiﬁcation. • Work effectively with attorneys and survive cross examination • Learn the terminology used in legal proceedings, including but not The Remedial Process from GIN to the RAO Instructors limited to: exhibits, testimony, hearsay, rules of evidence, and chain- CSV Code email October 22, 2013 Chris Dwyer, NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) of-custody. Stacey Felts-Bock, TRC Environmental Corporation yes ** Required Course to Sit for the LSRP Exam** Fee Edward Hogan, Esq., Norris, McLaughlin & Marcus Instructors Nonproﬁt Organization New Brunswick, NJ fax Kelly A. Giblin, NJ Transit Corp. Permit No. 153 Dennis J. Krumholz, Esq., Riker, Danzig, Scherer, Hyland & Perretti LLP US Postage Mark Gruzlovic, NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) PAID Lanny Kurzweil, Esq., McCarter and English See Inside for Details! no Leonard Lipman, NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Daniel A. Nachman, TRC Environmental John Olko, NJ Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Jeffrey M. Pollock, Esq., Fox Rothschild LLP Kenneth Siet, TRC Environmental Corporation Ira Whitman, Ph.D., Whitman Ofﬁce of Continuing Professional Education ** Approved for LSRP Regulatory CECs ** Geology, Hydrogeology Advanced Petroleum NJDEP Case Study and Chemistry Environmental Forensics Forensics Geochemistry Training for LSRPs Course Details Course Details Course Details Course Details October 16, 2013 Early Fee: $275 October 17, 2013 Early Fee: $275 October 18, 2013 Early Fee: $275 October 22, 2013 Early Fee: $275 New Brunswick, NJ Multi Fee: $255 Sayreville, NJ Multi Fee: $255 Sayreville, NJ Multi Fee: $255 New Brunswick, NJ Multi/LSRPA Member Fee: $255 Course Code: EW0106CA14 Registration Fee (after 10/2): $295 Course Code: EL0401CA14 Registration Fee (after 10/3): $295 Course Code: EL0402CA14 Registration Fee (after 10/4): $295 Course Code: EN0514CA14 Registration Fee (after 10/8): $295 This program is designed for the non-scientist and will provide students Environmental forensics is a multidisciplinary ﬁeld with the goal of This course will appeal to LSRPs and other environmental professionals This interactive one-day workshop will engage Licensed Site Remediation with a basic understanding of geology, hydrogeology and environmental understanding how and when contamination occurred, as well as who is who regularly deal with oil impacted sites and wish to learn more about the Professionals (LSRPs) and other environmental professionals to work chemistry. The fundamental principles will be presented in terminology that responsible for the pollution. Environmental forensics investigations may latest in advanced forensics techniques for petroleum releases of gasoline through a typical Site Remediation Program (SRP) Case starting with an makes it easy to understand… even if your only background is high school involve identifying and apportioning responsibility among multiple parties, and distillates. Since a majority of our sites are petroleum and many are old ISRA triggering event, through all the phases of remediation (PA/SI/RI and chemistry. You will also learn how to use this information when evaluating age-dating releases and/or determining exactly how a release occurred and comingled, this course is particularly relevant to practicing LSRPs. RA), including applying for and implementing a remedial action permit and environmental conditions at your site or property. with reference to insurance or other contractual issues. culminating in the issuance of an RAO. In-class examples and exercises related to on-site assessment and Featured Topics Determining the date when problems ﬁrst began is important because it remediation issues/concerns that may be encountered by practicing LSRPs ** This course will satisfy the pre-requisite course requirement in • Geological discussions will cover earth processes, rock and mineral allows attorneys and courts to determine who is responsible for the cleanup, will be included. Command of environmental chemistry, which includes an order to take the LSRP Licensing Exam OR will qualify for Regulatory identiﬁcation, sediments, soils and man-made ﬁll materials. insurance companies to determine whether or not an environmental claim understanding of gas chromatography and combined gas chromatography/ CECs. It will not count for both. ** occurred during their policy periods and government ofﬁcials to determine mass spectrometry, is strongly recommended. • Hydrogeology discussions will cover the water cycle, ground water For more information on all of our courses, including cecs or to register, ﬂow/movement, well construction methods and ground water supply who is responsible for recouping expended government funds. Featured Topics please visit: http://www.cpe.rutgers.edu. development and protection. • Advanced Petroleum Forensic Geochemistry Featured Topics • Petroleum Products and Formulation 4 CONVENIENT WAYS TO REGISTER • Chemistry discussions will cover natural ground water chemistry, This one-day program will address the following age-dating methods: • Leaded Gasoline: The Evolution of Leaded Gasoline Age Dating in common pollutants, the migration of contaminants through soil and Forensic Geochemistry. Phone: 732.932.9271, M-F 8AM - 4:30PM. ground water, sampling techniques, analytical methods and the • Site History: Reviewing historical documents and records Please have your credit card number ready. • Gas Mixing: Evaluating Mixing Effects of Multiple Gasoline Sources. interpretation of laboratory data. • Fingerprinting: Characterizing/Identifying spilled chemicals • Additives in Gasoline: Age Dating, Current and Future with Who Should Attend? • Hydrology: Calculating water ﬂow rates Oxygenate-treated Gasolines. Fax: 732.932.8726, 24 Hours. Please include credit card information or copy of your check, money order or purchase order with your fax. • Isotopes: Analyzing isotopes • Gasoline Weathering Caclns: Quantitative Petroleum Product This course is appropriate for those who: • Weathering: Calculating hydrocarbon degradation • Dendroecology: Analyzing tree rings for contaminants Weathering Indices in Gasoline. • Processing Data Files: Processing GC/FID Hydrocarbon Mail: Registration Desk, NJAES Oﬃce of Continuing Professional Education, Rutgers University, 102 Ryders Lane, New Brunswick, NJ • Develop, review or use hydrogeologic reports Fingerpainting Data Files. 08901-8519. Please make check payable to: Rutgers University • Purchase environmental services Who Should Attend? • Using Chromatograms: Hydrocarbon Fingerpainting - using Gas • Make decisions regarding environmental policies Environmental scientists, engineers, regulators, attorneys, environmental Chromatograms. Web: www.cpe.rutgers.edu consultants, the insurance industry, and government. • Distillate Aging: The Evolution of Petroleum Age Dating in the Payment Policy - All students must have prearranged for payment This seminar will also provide valuable information for real estate Technical Literature. to be admitted to the class (purchase order, check, VISA, Mastercard, professionals involved in property appraisals or transactions. Instructors • Weathering Site Evaluation: Mixed Subsurface Plumes and Use of American Express, Discover or money order). Gil Oudijk, Triassic Technology, Inc. Quantitative Petroleum Weathering Indices. Instructor Michael J. Wade, Ph.D., Wade Research, Inc. Refunds - You may withdraw from this course with a full refund Instructor (minus a $50 processing fee) provided our oﬃce is notiﬁed at least Daniel Nachman, TRC Environmental Corporation Michael J. Wade, Ph.D., Wade Research, Inc. three (3) full working days prior to the start of the course. Beyond that time, registrants may be responsible for the full registration fee. ** Approved for LSRP Technical CECs ** ** Approved for LSRP Technical CECs ** Substitutions are welcomed.
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